#1
Hey
i got a set of First Act ''222''(12-53
got them as a gift.

I was wondering are they any good?

Right now i got some Ernie Ball Slinky's 11-52 they are rather dull,but is it worth changeing them out for the First act ones i am just asking cause ive heard some bad things about First Act guitars. so wondering if the rest of their products are mediocre.
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#2
Yes, they'll be just fine. And a whole lot better than a set of dead strings.
#3
I like em. Not my first choice, but you can't really beat the price you paid for them

12s? Awesome. That makes it better.
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#4
Seeing as you got them as a gift/for free, I'd say try it.

Personally, I'd avoid anything by First Act like a plague. I've played around with one of their cheapo guitars you find at places like Wal-Mart. Honestly, that instrument-shaped object doesn't even deserve to be called a guitar...I think they're that bad.

Haven't messed around with their strings yet, but who knows. Personally, my favorite string brand is Elixir.
#5
Better than a set of worn out strings for sure, but I wouldn't look at it as a permanent solution. If you want long lasting and good sounding, take about $25 with you to a guitar shop and get some D'Addario EXP strings. They'll last you for 3-4 months easily
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#6
In my local guitar shop, the only Ernie Ball strings they had were coated with some plastic or something, like the Elixer ones. Wich ones are better? I'm looking to get a new acoustic and i'd like to get nice strings for it. All the rest of the strings they have in my shop are around €10, and only differ in brand or size...
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#7
Better than a set of worn out strings for sure, but I wouldn't look at it as a permanent solution. If you want long lasting and good sounding, take about $25 with you to a guitar shop and get some D'Addario EXP strings. They'll last you for 3-4 months easily

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In my local guitar shop, the only Ernie Ball strings they had were coated with some plastic or something, like the Elixer ones. Wich ones are better? I'm looking to get a new acoustic and i'd like to get nice strings for it. All the rest of the strings they have in my shop are around €10, and only differ in brand or size...

elixir nanowebs are awesome. consider phosphor bronze, it seems to have truer bass response in Elixirs than 80/20 bronze
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