D’Addario EXL116 Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings, Medium Top/Heavy Bottom, 11-52, 3 Sets (EXL116-3D)

January 12, 2020 - Comment

Exl116 is a hybrid set with an .011 on top and a .052 on the bottom, giving the strings moderate flexibility on the high strings with booming, tight low end. Optimized for down tuning. Xl nickel wound, D’Addario most popular electric guitar strings, are precision wound with nickel plated steel onto a carefully drawn, hexagonally

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Exl116 is a hybrid set with an .011 on top and a .052 on the bottom, giving the strings moderate flexibility on the high strings with booming, tight low end. Optimized for down tuning. Xl nickel wound, D’Addario most popular electric guitar strings, are precision wound with nickel plated steel onto a carefully drawn, hexagonally shaped, high carbon steel core. The result, strings with long lasting, distinctive bright tone and excellent intonation, is ideal for the widest variety of guitars and musical styles.

Product Features

  • Hybrid gauges optimized for down tuning
  • Round wound with nickel Plated steel for distinctive bright tone
  • Environmentally friendly, corrosion resistant packaging for strings that are always fresh
  • Made in the U.S.A. For the highest quality and performance
  • String gauges: plain steel .011, .014, .018, nickel wound .030, .042, .052

Comments

Anonymous says:

Best-sounding, longest-lasting, best-playing, affordable strings for electric guitar First off, reviewing guitar strings objectively is extremely difficult. Any new set of strings will generally sound, feel, and play better than any old set of strings. Moreover, changing strings, tuning them, and breaking them in takes enough time that it is practically impossible to get an exact AB comparison across different brands in real-time. You need two otherwise identical guitars with otherwise identical wood, setup, electronics, fret age, etc, and you need to fit them both with new…

Anonymous says:

After years of searching, I won’t be using any other strings! This is written from the perspective of a guitarist from a metal band that uses Drop C tuning.I’ve gone through a good amount of strings in my 12 years of playing guitar. It has only been within the past 4 years that I really am adamant about changing strings every 3-5 months… I have a Floyd Rose on my main guitar, so as some of you may know, it can be bothersome to restring with that configuration. However, now that I have found these, I absolutely don’t dread the process…

Anonymous says:

my favorite all-around strings I spent years trying out different guitar strings from different manufacturers and time after time I kept coming back to these. They stay in tune well, they stay fresh for a long time, they sound well in every guitar I’ve put them in, and they’re competitively priced. I’ve played better sounding strings (that cost more), and I’ve played more comfortable strings (that cost *MUCH* more), but these fulfill all of the basic requirements I have for a guitar string, and I buy them bulk to put on all…

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