StringDog strings

Discussion in 'Builder's & Retailer's Forum' started by teleamp, Aug 14, 2008.

  1. teleamp

    teleamp Senior Member

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    My Nocaster is sounding great with the Stringdog 10's. They have a great direct price of $39.95 for 10 sets, (that sounds like a good price to me anyway). They also include an extra e & B strings (I haven't seen any other string companies do that in years). They settled down within a couple of hours of playing. String bends seem as easy as with any other brand.

    Overall, I think they are an excellent value.
     
  2. deeval

    deeval Supporting Member

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    I also find that they stay in tune after many Hard bends and playing,very good strings.
     
  3. teleamp

    teleamp Senior Member

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    OK, these strings are doing great with three weeks on them (60 hrs), they hold tune well.
     
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    zovanou Supporting Member

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    agreed so far they seem to be holding up well 65 hrs
    on my tele
     
  5. beatnix

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    Got a couple weeks on mine (10's) and they're as good as anything I've played. I'll probably be ordering more.
     
  6. teleamp

    teleamp Senior Member

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    Well, I have over a 100 hours on mine and they are still sounding great. They are holding tune well and are very resistant to corrosion.
     
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    Very good product indeed AND great value!!
     
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    I put mine on my Les Paul DC Standard and really like them after only a few hours of playing them. Sweet tone so far and stable tuning. Nice harmonics and feel nice all around. I'll be using these from now on.
     
  9. SlideGuy123

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    I finally changed strings, and I'm impressed -- the stringdogs have a good feel, not too tight, not too slinky -- and the tone is not overly bright, but good and full sounding. Good strings, and the price is right.
     

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