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Ernie Ball 3223 Super Slinky Electric Guitar Strings (Pack of 3 Sets)

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  • Ernie ball super slinky electric strings are played by jimmy page, jeff beck, and angus young.
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Size Name: Super | Style Name: 3 Sets

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Size: Super | Style Name: 3 Sets
Technical Details
Item Weight91 g
Product Dimensions11.4 x 2.5 x 14 cm
Item model numberP03223
Country Produced InUSA
SizeSuper
  
Additional Information
ASINB00CAUYNCO
Best Sellers Rank 155 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight100 g
Date First Available10 April 2013
  
 

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Size Name:Super  |  Style Name:3 Sets

Product Description

Value pack containing 3 sets of 2223 Super Slinkys.

Ernie Ball Super Slinky Electric Strings are played by Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, and Angus Young. These strings are precision manufactured to the highest standards and most exacting specifications to ensure consistency, optimum performance, and long life. Super Slinky wound strings are made from nickel plated steel wire wrapped around a hex shaped steel core wire. The plain strings are made of specially tempered tin plated high carbon steel; producing a well balanced tone for your guitar. Gauges .009 .011 .016 .024w .032 .042

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Ernie Ball 3223 Super Slinky Electric Guitar Strings (Pack of 3 Sets)


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Style Name: 1 SetSize: Power
The "Ernie Ball Power slinky 2220 electric guitar strings" are great for any guitarist. I tend to find that the power slinky strings excel in playing distorted rock or heavy metal (basically they are great for playing power chords).
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Style Name: 1 SetSize: Super
From .009 upwards, these fellas are light, easy to bend, work well with tremolos and sound great on any electric guitar.

For Stratocaster users, they've got the 'quack' sound that is so lusted after.

They're not the cheapest strings around, but they're hardly expensive, and decent (and new) strings do make such a difference to a guitar.

Ernie Ball have been making Slinky 9s since the Pleistocene era (well, for decades) and I wholeheartedly recommend them. And I haven't ever had them go astray in the post.
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Style Name: 1 SetSize: Beefy
I purchased these as a one off as getting back into playing guitar, and they perfict in every way. The sound is very clear crisp and when you need to bend hammer on and push out those riffs, they are the best I have used. Infact I dont know why I didnt use them before, they won't let you down.Beefy Slinky Electric Guitar Strings: Nickelwound 11's (.011 - .054)
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Style Name: 1 SetSize: Regular
Ernie' Ball (born Sherwood Roland Ball) was a musician and guitar seller hailing from California. Although he passed away in 2004, Ball's musical accessories are still sold across the globe, and renowned not only for their quality, but also for their affordability. The Ernie Ball brand is perhaps most famous for its Super, Extra, and Regular Slinky Strings, and today i'm taking a look at the latter. Legend has it that Slinky strings were developed in the 60's when Mr Ball noticed that the budding rock n' roll musicians of the day were having difficulty playing the third string of their guitars. At the time, the third string was typically of a wound construction and therefore thicker than necessary. Basically, Ball revolutionised guitar strings by bringing a thinner gauge across the range, making them easier to bend and ultimately more compatible with the genre of music that the decade was most famous for.

Constructed from nickel-plated steel (which has become the norm for Rock music), the strings are of the following gauges - 010 (top E), .013 (A), .017 (D), .026 (G), .036 (B), and .046 (bottom E). The strings are thicker than both Extra and Super Slinky, but still remain easy to bend and a pleasure to play. I find that the strings are light to the touch and are better to strum with than Super Slinkys. Like the other Ernie Ball strings that I have used in the past, the strings return a bright and clear sound with a pleasant tone. In my personal experience i've found that Regular Slinky strings last a long time, with the top E string (notorious for snapping first), time and time again surprising me with its longevity.
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Style Name: 1 SetSize: Hybrid
These Ernie Ball Hybrid Slinky strings are the dogs b***ocks. I use Fender guitars, Strats to be exact.Heavier gauge strings can be like cables on a Strat, with the ensuing tendonitis problems.I used to use Regular Slinky strings which sound amazing.These Hybrid slinky strings combine the treble strings from the Super Slinky range and the round wound bass strings from the regular slinky range. This allows for the bottom end 'grunt' you will get from a heavier gauge string.Married to the Super slinky top strings which bend easier,and accentuate that characteristic 'slap'valued by many Strat fans. This creates a 'win,win' situation. Even the overall string tension is very even. I couldn't recommend them more.Ideal for blues or metal.
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Style Name: 1 SetSize: Power
These are my preference of strings that i tend to always go for, the are eleven guage meaning they are of medium weight,
so can be used for any style of playing, but i find them good for getting a nice thick tone when playing some heavy music,
been using them for 8 months of playing everyday basically ( i know i should change them) but they still sound good
and haven't broken so would definately recommend.
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Style Name: 3 SetsSize: Super Verified Purchase
Simply the best, most versatile string out there. Perfect for those with high action guitars or less hand strength. If you can handle them, jump up to the .10 regular slinkys though. They have a fuller richer tone. I do use supers on my fender that needs more playability help than tonal help though. I use the regular slinkys on a lower action squier tele. Both guitars sound great now. Out of the box, the strat sounded like a purely rock guitar, and the tele like a pure country blues guitar, but after getting the ernie ball treatment, they're both all around monsters now. Everyone comments about how you can't get a bad tone out of the fender now, and even though nobody wants to admit that the squier sounds good, (including myself after forking out the $ for a fender), it has a much more usable tone now, but still keeping that classic twangy tele tone. Tried lots of other strings, but have gone full circle back to the balls. If you play alot of different styles or want a clear bright tone, there are no other strings besides ernie balls.
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