|Product Dimensions||1.27 x 10.41 x 11.94 cm; 30 Grams|
|Item Model Number||19052|
|Number of Strings||6|
|Item Weight||30 g|
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Elixir 19052 Optiweb Coating Nickel Plated Electric Guitar 6-Strings, Light .010-.046 Gauges
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|String material type||Nickel|
About this item
- Lasts 3-5 times longer than ordinary strings
- Coating prevents contamination and corrosion
- Anti-Rust plating on plain steel strings resist tone-deadening corrosion
- Feels like a traditional guitar string
- Reduced finger squeak
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Elixir 19052 Nickel Plated with Optiweb Coating Electric Guitar String delivers the presence, punch and detail of traditional electric guitar strings. But when it comes to tone life, there is no comparison. Players report with Elixir Strings their tone lasts longer than any other string, uncoated or coated. Elixir Electric Nickel Plated Steel Strings with OPTIWEB Coating give you the performance of a natural string that crisp tone, natural feel and playable grip you know and love without sacrificing the signature long-lasting tone life of Elixir Strings. Includes Light .010, .013, .017, .026, .036, .046 Guages.
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This ’try’ simply showed me why Nano’s are my personal choice.
Nanowebs are smooth, they feel right to me....
Others in the reviews seem to like them, again it’s always subjective, and so I would say from my own subjective view, that they feel like fake Nanonwebs, a bad copy..
The only issue I find is that they are harder to stretch initially in order to maintain tuning stability, leading to more stretching and the occasional broken string.
I play every day and haven't had a set rust. Expensive but I was fed up of changing strings every other week... won't need to do that with Elixir coated strings.