D'Addario EXL115 Electric Guitar Strings Reviews
Product Type: D'Addario guitars and bass guitars
Description:Brand: D'Addario / Type: Electric Guitar Strings / Model: EXL115 / Use: Blues/Jazz Rock
Newest Review: ... same cannot be said for other, cheaper varieties. You get a strong, clear sound from these strings, wether on an acoustic ... more
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Customer D'Addario EXL115 Electric Guitar Strings Reviews (5)
by - written on 09/06/11 (Very useful, 31 readings)
D'Addario are generally known among guitar players (especially in the UK) as being the best and most reasonably priced strings readily and commercially available in most stores. They are renowned for having a very clean and pronounced timbre which is absolutely ideal for playing rock, blues and jazz on acoustic and electric guitars and offers a very pronounced and distinctive sound without being tinny in the slightest. There are a wide range of D'Addario strings available and I have never known these strings to fray or perish as they appear to be made of much stronger stuff than that. The strings are of good quality and are exceptionally durable. Personally ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/11 (Very useful, 70 readings)
Back when I was 16 I decided I wanted to learn the electric guitar. It seemed like the thing to do at that age, I was into my 90's indie music and I wanted to be able to recreate some of the great sounds I was hearing. So I got myself a pretty cheap and nasty electric guitar. I must confess I wasn't very good, I tried my best to learn it but never really got very good. It wasn't until a few years later when I bought myself a nice acoustic guitar that I really started taking playing seriously and got a little better. Anyway, after having my first electric guitar for a while I decided I wanted some new fancy strings, so I bought myself a packet of these. D'Addario ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/02/12 (Very useful, 26 readings)
I bought a set of these strings for my Ibanez jazz-styled guitar as I was recommended them by a friend. I have to say that overall I am very impressed with the strings. They seem to last a long, long time and don't begin to splinter or blacken for many months (even when played every-day over this lengthy period). Here's my insight into why D'Addario have got it so spot on: The strings arrive in a brightly coloured card wallet and there is all the relevant information about the product on this card, including product codes, string classification and string weights. The card folds out nicely and can be resealed (not air tight) to keep everything together and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/12, updated on 25/01/12 (Very useful, 106 readings)
Based in New York, D'Addario is a company which primarily manufacturers guitar strings. Today i'm taking a look at their Nickel Wound Blues / Jazz Rock gauge strings, which currently retail at £4.87 from amazon.co.uk. I've always assumed that D'Addario are a cheap brand, but when compared to the competition their strings are a little more expensive - a pack of Ernie Ball strings for example are around 10p less. Specification, Performance & Longevity - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Regarding their thickness, the strings are of the following gauges - .011mm (top E), .014mm (A), .018mm (D), .028mm (G), .038mm (B), and .049mm ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/07/12 (Very useful, 26 readings)
I've played guitar for about 12 years & D'Addario have ended up being my strings of choice, having tried pretty much every kind on the market at one time or another. Most players I know tend to use them too, they tend to cost more than other brands such as Martin or Ernie Ball, but they can last 2-3 times longer & still sound fresh & bright a couple of months down the line. The same cannot be said for other, cheaper varieties. You get a strong, clear sound from these strings, wether on an acoustic or electric guitar, there are all kinds of D'Addario strings available, ranging in thickness from softer strings such as .011 (the kind I tend to use), ... Read the complete review
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