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Gibson Brite Wires Ultra Light Guitar Strings (3-Pack)  

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Fantastic Gibson quality, times 3!

Brite Wires are specially formulated to give your guitar a crisp attack, with the nickel plating adding warmth to the overall tone. These strings feature Gibson's Swedish steel hex core for added tuning stability. Brite Wires tune up fast and hold their tone longer. No matter what style of music you play, you'll hear why Brite Wires are the choice of professionals worldwide!All Gibson strings are bench tested and builder approved to bring the best sound possible out of your instrument.

  • Bright crisp attack
  • Nickel plating for long life and added warmth
  • Swedish steel hex core

Brite Wires Ultra Light Guitar Strings (3-Pack) Specifications:

  • Gauges 9-11-16-24-32-42.
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Fresh Strings Served My Way!


from Denver, Colorado

Comments about Gibson Brite Wires Ultra Light Guitar Strings (3-Pack):

I'm a professional musician and to me fresh strings is like a breath of fresh air to a person with asthma! Problems in the past has sent me to the local music store to bring home a set of strings that had corrosion on them and the strings I had on the instrument were actually better than the new strings I just purchased. Brite wires are vacuum packed, I can buy several sets in advance and they will keep for years. The tone of Brite Wires are second to non and last longer. I use them on all my fine instruments now and the stretchability of bending certainly doesn't cause premature failure.

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