Fender 350R Stainless Steel Electric Guitar Strings

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Reap the benefits of time-tested Fender quality

Fender Stainless steel 350 electric guitar strings deliver the high output and aggressive tone that's ideal fro heavier styles, such as hard rock and heavy metal. The stainless steel construction also creates a string with an increased lifespan.

Gauges: 10-13-17-26-36-46.

Fender has been an instrument of choice for many of the greatest musicians since 1946. Fender's popularity through the generations is a result of their design innovations and commitment to quality. These guitar strings reflect this legacy and are worthy of the Fender name. Attention to detail and the finest materials ensure that you will get the best feeling and greatest sounding strings, set after set.


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5.0

Definitely Worth a Try

By GraceKim

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Comments about Fender 350R Stainless Steel Electric Guitar Strings:

I'd always used nickel strings. I just wanted to try steel strings. It's said that they're better for metal, and I don't like metal, but I'm always up for experimentation. I'm the first one in the pool. So I went to my local guitar shop, and they only had nickel strings. What the heck? I thought. So I ordered these.

I didn't notice much difference in feel. They say that they're harder on your finger tips. I did not find that. As far as bending and any other playability, I notice no difference.

I did notice a distinct difference in sound. They sound more powerful. They sound like a good punch in the face. The difference is quite noticeable. They say that well they're a little loud, but that's what the volume on your amp is for. But no. It's not just louder. It's punchier. They're definitely worth trying out.

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