#1
Hello! Can you tell me please what's the difference in the sound between the PURE Nickels and the Nickelplated Steels?
#2
What companies say is that pure nickels sound warmer than nickel plated, but I say that is BS because I have a set of pure nickels on right now and they sound no different IMO.
#4
daddario claim nickel plated steels are brighter, and for the bedroom guitarist fret wear will probably take a couple of years minimum before a refret/ fret dress is required, it is also dependant on how much it`s played and how much you play over certain frets the 12th and 14th,frets normally wear out quick as it`s a frequently used area of the neck.

should you worry about fret wear due to string construction...not really
#5
Pure nickel plated strings have a little bit less output since there is less steel in the string. They sound a little bit rounder and darker because of this, which can be good or bad depending on your genre. I would not suggest pure nickel strings for metal players, but they're a nice touch on a jazz or blues guitar. The difference is most easily noticed in the neck position where you'll get a little more ring and warmth than usual.

I have not noticed a huge difference in fret wear with the two types of strings, but the pure nickel strings are a little easier on my fingers.