Dean Markley Blue Steel Cryogenic Activated Acoustic Strings, 12-54, 2036, Medium Light

August 18, 2019 - Comment

It’s simply amazing what a little -320° liquid nitrogen can do to a guitar string. Put a set of Dean Markley Blue Steel strings on your acoustic guitar and hear what all the excitement is about. Twice the tone and twice the life. Product Features Cryogenically frozen for amazing tone, sustain, and endurance. Medium Light

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It’s simply amazing what a little -320° liquid nitrogen can do to a guitar string. Put a set of Dean Markley Blue Steel strings on your acoustic guitar and hear what all the excitement is about. Twice the tone and twice the life.

Product Features

  • Cryogenically frozen for amazing tone, sustain, and endurance.
  • Medium Light Gauge: .012, .016, .025, .032, .042, .054
  • 92% Copper and 8% Zinc

Comments

Anonymous says:

Punchy, bright and present, these are amazing strings I have used Blue Steels on all my electrics for years and when I bought a lightly used Breedlove C250/CMe with the original D’Addario (And completely dead) strings I looked to Blue Steels. They are somewhat reminiscent of the Blue Steel electric strings in that they are very clear, crisp and somewhat bright but they are definitely an acoustic string. On my guitar they are very resonant and project very well. I generally prefer spruce topped acoustics but got this Breedlove with a cedar top…

Anonymous says:

Package included two D strings .. no B string 🙁 The string #2 for B is actually string #4 for D (two string D with indicator green in package). As you can see in the photo, string #2 should just be steel without the wounding and should be thinner . It doesn’t even sit inside the nut slot properly (sits at top)..Since I purchased it on July 2017, there is no option on the app to return or replacement. For this $6 add-on item, I really hate to go back and forth with amazon customer service via email, my time is worth more than…

Anonymous says:

Good Strings for the money I have an old Ovation Balladeer that is about 42 yrs old. I received it as a gift from my sister in law. I have never been particularly fond of the guitar’s voice, so have often changed strings brands, trying to dial in the sound that I am looking for on this instrument.I bought these elevens a few days ago started playing them. All I can say is that I think that I have finally hit pay dirt. These strings are well made and comfortable to play – no soreness in my fingers, despite playing…

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