#3
they suck. i used them once, they were oxidizing within a week.
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#4
They're horrible. The worst strings I've ever tried. Blue Steels are ok, but the standard nickel ones... they had rust 5 days after having put them on the guitar, and after 2 weeks they started to break.
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#5
I use blue steel, theyr pretty good to me.
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#6
i hate them. they don't even sound bright after you put them on and they just don't feel right.
#7
I've just bought them to put on a guitar i'm selling for £30 < should tell you alot

But they do come with amplitube Live for free
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#9
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i hate them. they don't even sound bright after you put them on and they just don't feel right.

Actually mine sounded really bright, i even made a thread about it thinking there was something wrong with it
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#10
I love the Blue Steels. They're probably the best strings I've ever tried, but they start break withing 5-7 days, so I don't use them. I switched to Ernie Ball instead.
#11
Good tone, but only for a very short period of time.

I use EB instead, they last way longer and are cheaper where I live.
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#12
Dean Markleys are terrible. I bought some blue steels. What a gimmick. Ernie Ball Skinny Top Heavy Bottoms are my favorites.
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#13
they started to break an hour of changing strings they all broke at gig and all my backup guitars and they all had dean markleys on them. i perfer Dr strings Hi beams very bright and very durable.
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#14
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they suck. i used them once, they were oxidizing within a week.


Yup.

DM's suck. Hard.
#15
I used to play on DM SLP's. They used to be great strings. I don't use em anymore. No real reason.
#16
they're okay, I used the Hendrix Strings for a while, didn't last very long though
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#17
Dean Markley strings have gone way downhill. I used them in the early 90s for a short period and they weren't bad, but wow the few sets I've tried recently on a friends guitar were a big difference from the Ernie Ball Power Slinkys that I use.
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