#1
So I guess these strings made their debut at NAMM a few weeks ago, and I've been doing a little research on them. I gotta say, I'm pretty excited to try them out. I'm more so going with my own feelings of "wanting to try new things", more than going with the company's hype of them, but they still sound pretty interesting, regardless.

Here's their introduction video, it does a better job explaining them than I do:

http://www.youtube.com/embed/nxyW5osj2IE
#2
I only use strings made with pure searchbar.
Gear:

Gibson 2005 Les Paul Standard
Fender Road Worn Strat w/ Noiseless pickups
Marshall JCM 2000 401C
Marshall Vintage Modern 2266
Marshall 1960A cab (Dave Hill from Slade's old cab)
Ibanez TS9DX
EHX Little Big Muff
Freshman Acoustic
#4
"It's not hype - it's real."

Sounds an awful lot like hype... I don't know, it'll be interesting to play them when they're released I guess.
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#6
If they last as long as Elixirs, I'll give EB another go. Till then, it just sounds like hype.
#9
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One word "Gimmick". Or to be more precise a marketing gimmick.


I'm not so sure, there's a very real reason to use cobalt, the problem historically has been making it durable enough...
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#10
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I'm not so sure, there's a very real reason to use cobalt, the problem historically has been making it durable enough...


I hear their secret is making a Cobalt-testicle alloy