put on my current set in March 2006 (11 - 50 guage) yeah this dude needs a new business model, cause I would like to order more strings but just don't have a need. they're still that good... rock on...
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I don't keep my strings three years, more like a month to a month and a half. I think you meant to quote the OPTrue but three years? Do you keep your guitar in a hyperbaric chamber or something?
Then perhaps you should post photos of similar brand that share the same proxy.I'm a big Snake Oil fan, but even if strings resist corrosion and oxidation better than other brands, they still wear out like any other string. An exaggerated example would look like this:
That's not going to sound good or intonate particularly well, no matter what the brand is.
Before you change:
"Man... they sound fine to me..."
After you change:
"Chit... and to think I almost blew two-grand on a new amp!"