#1
I know that manufacturer's strings are generally considered inferior, I wonder if Fender's pure nickel strings are any different.
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#2
I've gotten Fender strings before, not sure if they were nickel or not, but they were so ****in bad. avoid them
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#3
I use them...serve me well enough.

If you've got a strat though you're best off getting the ones with bullet ends as the ball ends tend to get jammed in the bridge.
#5
i got Gibson 10's
excellent quality/price balance
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but yeah its fine
#7
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theyre great for strats



Mainly because anything with ball ends tends to get jammed in the bridge.

They're probably not the best strings around but they do a decent job.