#1
I just bought a pair of 10s for my ibanez. Well I bought it a few days ago. They were nice and silver when i bought them. The next day, they looked bronze on the spots I tend to shred most.
#2
I tried them a while ago but they just didn't do much for me. I don't think they're worth the cash. I like D'Addarios personally, I just think they sound better, and I like the feel of uncoated strings. Bottom line; give the Cleartones a shot if you want, they might turn out to be your thing but I wasn't impressed enough to buy them again.
Last edited by Axe_Burner at May 7, 2008,
#3
But they went from looking silver to bronze, although their tone is still nice and bright. Anyone else have an opinion on the cleartone strings. Do they really last longer?
#4
Did they feel old? If they still felt and sounded good I wouldn't worry. My hands sweat a lot so I was going through one set of D'Addarios a week but recently I've been using Elixer Nanowebs. They feel the same as uncoated strings (or maybe a bit smoother) and they look, feel and sound great for a long time.
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#5
I tried em and they werent worth the extra money. The coating didnt seem to keep them from looking nasty after a few days of playing. Then one broke after a week never have that problem with ddarrios.
#6
i have had some on my acoustic since november and they still tune fine and so fairly decent , their tone wasn't that impressive to start with
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#7
Fast fret before playing fast fret after playing. Keeps your strings looking and playing good for quite a while.
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