GHS CR-GBCL Sub-Zero Boomers Electric Guitar Strings (6-String Set, 9 - 46)

GHS CR-GBCL Sub-Zero Boomers Electric Guitar Strings (6-String Set, 9 - 46)

GHS CR-GBCL Sub-Zero Boomers Electric Guitar Strings (6-String Set, 9 - 46)

B&H # GHCRGBCL MFR # CR-GBCL
Discontinued

Product Highlights

  • For 6-String Electric Guitars
  • Cryogenically Treated at -300°F
  • Nickel-Plated Steel Wrap Wire
  • Steel Core Wire
  • Bright, Long-Lasting Tone
  • Resistant to Corrosion
  • Improved Tuning Stability
  • Made in the USA
  • One Set
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These CR-GBCL Custom Light Sub-Zero Boomers from GHS are roundwound strings for electric guitars made with a quality steel core wire wrapped in a round, nickel-plated cover, and then cryogenically treated with liquid nitrogen.

The strings are frozen down to a temperature of -300°F and gradually restored to room temperature, a process which imparts the strings with increased brightness, heightened resistance to corrosion, and greater tuning stability.

Designed for heavy metal, rock, country, blues, and pop styles, these strings produce a bright, long-lasting tone, with the gentle feel of nickel.

Custom Light roundwound cryogenically treated string set made with a quality steel core wire wrapped in a round, nickel-plated cover
Strings are frozen with liquid nitrogen to a temperature below -300°F, imparting them with increased brightness, heightened resistance to corrosion, and improved tuning stability
Bright, long-lasting tone
Suitable for a wide array of musical genres
Made in the USA
UPC: 737681000523
Table of Contents
  • 1Description
Instrument Type Electric Guitar
Number of Strings 6
Gauge Range 9 - 46
Individual String Gauge .009p
.011p
.016p
.026w
.036w
.046w
Wind Material Nickel-Plated Steel
Wind Round
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.5 x 4.1 x 0.6"
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