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Webstrings

Blue Fin

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I'm sure this has been discussed here before but is anyone using strings from Webstrings? How do you like them?

Thanks.
 

bubbaheat

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313
I've used them for a while (electric .10s) as I was changing strings on three guitars monthly and I've decided I don't like them. I play hard and use thick picks and found that I was breaking a lot of strings on all of my guitars. I sent my Heritage 535 out for a setup and it came back with D'Adarios on it. I played the hell out of that guitar and realized two months later that I was shocked that I didn't break a string. That's when I decided to ditch Webstrings.
 

Blue Fin

Member
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2,513
Thanks for your input.

I've used them for a while (electric .10s) as I was changing strings on three guitars monthly and I've decided I don't like them. I play hard and use thick picks and found that I was breaking a lot of strings on all of my guitars. I sent my Heritage 535 out for a setup and it came back with D'Adarios on it. I played the hell out of that guitar and realized two months later that I was shocked that I didn't break a string. That's when I decided to ditch Webstrings.
 

BluesBoy

Member
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23
I have been using them for years. Rarely if ever break a string. I play blues with lots of big bends and I also use heavy picks. I wouldn't hesitate to string up with webstrings no matter what the gig. Can't beat the price and quality matches anything out there. Rumor has it there are only a handful of string factories and that string are sold by many different names.
 

telechuck

Silver Supporting Member
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71
I had a batch of bad acoustic strings from webstrings and they got replaced with more bad strings. The guy doesn't answer e-mails - you have to call him. Other than that the electrics I've had were fine.
 




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