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GHS Strings GBTNT Guitar Boomers, Nickel-Plated Electric Guitar Strings, Thin & Thick (.010-.052)


From 1964 to now, the GHS Boomers series has been the flagship set of GHS Strings. Used by musicians in every genre, the Boomers have shown to stand up to any playing style. Now known as “The Power String”, GHS Boomers continue to make their mark on music across the world. The roundwound guitar set is made with Nickel-Plated steel wrapped tightly around a round core wire. The combination provides the string with its bright characteristic and long-lasting tone.

Introducing our brand new NitroPack singles! Each single string is sealed in a nitrogen environment, eliminating all oxygen, in a tear-resistant package. Whether you use one string or the whole set, the NitroPack guarantees straight from the factory freshness!


GHS Strings are manufactured in a state-of-the-art, climate controlled facility using precision equipment and only the purest of materials. The air-tight Fresh Pack locks in factory freshness that endures the test of time and locks out corrosion. When you buy GHS strings you get quality, consistency, lasting intonation and superbly harmonious sound!

GHS Strings – The String Specialists since 1964.

GBTNT Set: 010-013-017-DY30-DY44-DY52

Product Features

  • Model: GBTNT
  • Featuring the air-tight Fresh Pack & NitroPack singles, guaranteed fresh from the factory!
  • Roundwound Nickel-Plated Steel on a Hex Core
  • Offers a brilliant tone and powerful attack, THE POWER STRING.
  • Thin & Thick Gauge: 010-013-017-030-044-052

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Amazon Customer says:

My go to strings for forty years, and counting GHS Boomers were the first set of strings I bought when I started playing almost 20 years ago and they sound just as good now as they did back then. It is no wonder why so many world class musicians have used Boomers over the years. Great tone for the price and, like so many other reviewers commented on, the durability of these is great. I rarely ever break a Boomer and I tend to leave them on my guitar way too long but they still don’t break. I will occasionally try other stings and find…

DMGenest | says:

Hot and Bright: GHS Boomers Electric Guitar Nickel Plated Steel Strings [9-1/2 – 44] When I was a kid, I bought my first set of GHS Boomers. Forty years later, I’m still using them. I’ve tried most of the other brands, and they all have good and bad characteristics, but the GHS strings have always been the most consistent. They last quite a long time before they get too flat to sound in tune, and when I gig regularly, they’re inexpensive enough to keep fresh strings on the four to six guitars that play every gig. Different gauges work better for different scale length guitars…

Anonymous says:

You will always hear from a multitude of musicians about their personal preference in guitars,amps, stomp boxes, pickups, effects, and even picks. Well, that goes for strings as well. Theone relatively inexpensive thing you can do for yourself is to try different sizes and types ofstrings.Listen, who cares what Jimi or Jimmy used. Seek out and develop your own tone. Strings canhelp you do that. When it comes to the vintage sound there is pure nickel…

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