Kerly Music Sinister Strings Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings - 7-String Light

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Seven light-gauge strings with heavy-duty treatment.

Kerly Sinister Strings are nickel wound, light-gauge strings seasoned between -320F and +350F for 24 hours to reduce the micro-cracks that cause tonal loss and premature breakage. Thanks to the repetitive HOT/COLD tempering process, the micro-cracks close up, preventing the buildup of dirt and corrosion. Strength, sound, and string life are enhanced. Set of 7 strings.


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Sinister Strings Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings - 7-String Light Specifications:

  • Light-gauge - 9-11-16-24-32-42-52
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5.0

Best Strings I've Owned

By detranova

from Boston, Massachusetts

Comments about Kerly Music Sinister Strings Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings - 7-String Light:

I've been using Kerly's for about year now. I switched over from D'addario's and GHS's when I learned that Kerly's are made with metal tempering. Being a big believer in the process, I promptly bought a pair for my 7-string. 3 months later, my strings finally dulled, and I switched them out. With a little bit of love and care, these strings last just as long as coated strings, but play and sound brighter and heavier than any coated string could ever be. Overall, I won't ever be playing with any other set again.

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