GHS GBZWLOW Boomers Heavyweight Low Tuned Electric Guitar Strings (6-String Set, 11 - 70)

GHS GBZWLOW Boomers Heavyweight Low Tuned Electric Guitar Strings (6-String Set, 11 - 70)

GHS GBZWLOW Boomers Heavyweight Low Tuned Electric Guitar Strings (6-String Set, 11 - 70)

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GHS GBZWLOW Boomers Heavyweight Low Tuned Electric Guitar Strings (6-String Set, 11 - 70)

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  • For 6-String Electric Guitars
  • For Lower Tuning
  • Heavy Round Steel Core Wire
  • Nickel-Plated Steel Wrap Wire
  • Long-Lasting Tone
  • Made in the USA
  • One Set
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These GBZWLOW Heavyweight Low Tuned Boomers from GHS are intended for electric guitars with lower tunings. They feature a heavy gauge/core wire combination which allows for tuning down without losing tone.

Made with nickel-plated steel tightly wrapped around a heavy round steel core, these strings provide a darker sound with plenty of attack and sustain. They are well suited for musicians looking to play in a lower key or for those who want to experiment with heavier guitar sounds.

Heavyweight Low Tuned roundwound string set made with nickel-plated steel, wrapped tightly around a round core wire
Heavy gauge/core wire combination allows for tuning down without losing tone
Produces darker tone with plenty of attack and lasting sustain
Made in the USA
UPC: 737681700010
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  • 1Description
Instrument Type Electric Guitar
Number of Strings 6
Gauge Range 11 - 70
Individual String Gauge .011p
.014p
.018p
.036w
.052w
.070w
Wind Material Bass Strings: Nickel-Plated Steel
Wind Bass Strings: Round
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.3 x 4.0 x 0.7"

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