Rogue P20 Bulk 020 Plain Steel Strings

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Gauge .020, Plain Steel—Acoustic or Electric

These are the same guitar strings Rogue uses in prepackaged retail sets. What's the difference? We package 12 strings of the same gauge in airtight vinyl bags with a packet of silica gel to protect against unwanted moisture, so they last longer than typical string sets. We also pack these bulk strings in big, loose coils to avoid compressing or stretching the windings, so they sound better than tightly coiled strings. Rogue Strings are made exclusively for us by a famous manufacturer, employing the finest materials and the latest manufacturing methods.

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  • 12-Pack
  • Plain Steel strings

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5.0

P20 Bulk 020 Plain Steel Strings

By benderb9

from Saint Petersburg, FL

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Pros

  • Consistent
  • Good Tone
  • Long Life
  • Strong

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      Comments about Rogue P20 Bulk 020 Plain Steel Strings:

      I've been using Rogue's single string sets for quite some time to make my own string sets. Whether steel, nickle or stainless guitar strings and even their bass strings that I used I have been VERY pleased with their performance. I have made custom string sets for my CBG's, Nashville tuned guitars and lite bass' and never been disappointed. For the variety, quality, consistant tonality, versitility and price point I have yet to find anything to compare.

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