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I bought some Curt Mangan strings and I've broken a couple strings already on two guitars. They are only about 10 days old, and I rarely break strings.
You again...Most likely a bad batch production thing. Which happens.
Given the ratio between happy campers and broken strings should not be a problem.
Logic dictates you would contact Curt first... but that would be silly.
Same thing happened to me. Bought a guitar from a friend that had a near-new set of Magnans on it. Broke a string at a gig a couple days later. That almost never happens to me. Back to D'Addarios.BTW, I put a set on my Collings I35 LC and broke one at the gig the next day, so they were brand new.
Then tonight in rehearsal I broke one on my my strat, those were about 10 days old and only about an hour.
No big deal, but I haven't broken a string in a couple years.
I'll call Curt and tell him about it.
I was reluctant to post on here as I did not want to seemingly pile on dirt on a company that has been cool to me in my dealings with them; BUT:same with me. i never brake strings on any of my guitars but happened with these, the Mangans. on 2 different guitars. i have no idea what would be the problem
otherwise i really really liked them. one of the best strings i tried. but the hassle of getting them over here in Europe, made me change my mind