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D’Addario EXL110-10P Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings, Regular Light, 10-46, 10 Sets



D’Addario EXL110-10P Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings, Regular Light, 10-46, 10 Sets

EXL110, D’Addario’s best selling set, offers the ideal combination of tone, flexibility and long life. The standard for most electric guitars. Buy 10 sets and save!

Your Strings Matter.
D’Addario’s XL Nickel Wound electric guitar strings are engineered to serve as the critical link between you and your guitar. XL’s are precision wound with highly magnetic nickel-plated steel to exacting specifications, resulting in strings with long lasting, distinctive bright tone, and excellent intonation. Ideal for the widest variety of guitars and musical styles, XL’s are the choice of countless professionals around the world.

Alloys 101 – Your Tone Palette

String alloys have a dramatic impact on your tone, feel and string life. D’Addario’s diverse selection of electric string alloys include:

Nickel-plated Steel — Renowned for their distinctive, bright tone, XL nickel-plated steel is the industry standard for many genres and playing styles.

Steel — Preferred by many rock, metal, country and jazz players for their super-bright, crunchy tone and highly textured feel.

Pure Nickel — Containing lower magnetic properties than Nickel-plated Steel strings, Pure Nickel is the alloy preferred by many vintage enthusiasts.

Choose Your Wrap Wire

Round Wound — The most popular and universal construction, Round Wound strings deliver the traditional textured feel most players are familiar and comfortable with.

Flat Wound — Offering a damped, mellow tone often preferred for jazz and twang, D’Addario Chromes utilize a flattened stainless steel “ribbon” wire polished to an ultra-smooth feel.

Half Round – Delivering a smooth feel similar to flat wounds, D’Addario Half Rounds maintain the flexibility and tension of a round wound string.

The D’Addario Difference
It all starts with our exclusively engineered and built string winding machines. There is literally nothing like a D’Addario string machine. The combination of the most advanced computer-controlled winding technology and stringent incoming wire inspection delivers unmatched consistency, string after string, set after set. Every D’Addario string is made in the U.S.A., ensuring the highest quality and performance.

Product Features

  • Buy 10 sets and save with this corrosion resistant 10-pack
  • D’Addario’s best selling electric guitar set
  • Round wound with nickelplated steel for distinctive bright tone
  • String Gauges: Plain Steel .010, .013, .017, Nickel Wound .026, .036, .046
  • Made in the U.S.A. for the highest quality and performance

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Roster222 says:

Great Strings I settled on the D’Addario XLs sometime ago. I use them on a Telecaster (actually 2 of them). Great tone and they bend well with no breaking strings. They sound fantastic when they’re first put on, and tend to settle in after about a week of playing. Tone stays nice and consistent until I change them which is every 4 to 6 weeks. I play daily and a total of about 8 to 10 hours a week. Peace.

M. Young "Davedvdy" says:

Great Strings, great price… I have been playing guitar for a little over 10 years and I really love these strings. I have tried brands such as GHS, Ernie Ball, Dr, and more, but these seem to have one of the best feel. They have a real clarity in tone and are a great match especially for someone starting out playing, it will help their fingers not bleed as much because of the feel. The only brand that I think is a bit better is Dean Markley Blue Steels. They last longer, are brighter, and I am liking the feel a bit…

From Detroit says:

Top notch strings for bargain price! I’ve been playing guitar for a fairly long time (13 years) and I used to work at Guitar Center, so I’ve tried most every type of string on the market. Reps would visit our store, and I’d go home with a new brand of strings on a semi-regular basis. Some of the higher-end strings were nice (DR and Blue Steel, for example.) But D’Addario would always run a very close second. And at 1/2-2/3 the price? It simply didn’t make any sense to use anything else. In the end, you get a great sounding,…

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