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I used GHS Bomers for years because they lasted a few gigs but after two fret jobs I decided to switch to Ernie Ball pure nickles in the interest of fret preservation. To everyone else - appreciate the poll ticks - definitely appreciate the commentary - finding this very interesting.
I made the switch 3 years ago and it has made a difference. FWIW, I don't know if anyone else have ever experienced this, but I picked up a couple packs of GHS Boomers (used to use them years ago and wanted to try them out again), and had no preconceived notions going in, other than that they're damn good strings.
They're really hard to find consistently, though, and not exactly inexpensive, either. general, I've found nickel strings are...* Not as bright; (Nothing I haven't been able to dial out by turning up the treble a notch or two, though.)* Not as fast (slower attack); (Nothing I can't live without by changing the pick I'm using.
Pick material makes a ** of difference.)* Wear more evenly;* Last longer; (Depends on the brand.
it’s a guide for confrontational angles or principle 2-party composite.They sound "okay", but they bend kinda chunky like, not smooth and slinky feeling. ) my fingers or something just don't interact with them at the chemistry level. I made the switch 3 years ago and it has made a difference.They've grown grey and tarnished looking and feeling very quickly - none of the other brands I've used have done this yet, or at least as fast. I made the same switch about 15 years ago for the same reason.Long story short, I switched back and bought some of the Nickel Lo Rider bass strings for my 7th and 8th strings as they seem to be closest to the guitar Hi Beam construction and tone. I used GHS Bomers for years because they lasted a few gigs but after two fret jobs I decided to switch to Ernie Ball pure nickles in the interest of fret preservation.
My comparison on my guitar, a 27" scale length bolt on, showed the DRs being less plinky on the unwound strings and very bright and cutting, but not thin overall. I actually liked the tone and feel so much that I went back to 10-46 with a 60 and 75 or 80 added on. I like tension, but on the longer scale, 11s were really pushing it. I made the switch 3 years ago and it has made a difference.
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