get them before they are gone ...litterally
Just like all of dunlop strings they are built to last. If you do use the 10-60 set make sure your nut can hold the 60. I do not recommend this set for standard E tuning as it's just complete overkill on your hands and chances are you'll need a pro setup going from 9-42 or 10-46. This 10-60 gauge though is great because it's your regular 10-13-17 on the high strings and then its heavy for low tunings. I don't like how there is a 52 than a 60 it's like putting a low E from a 9-42 set on a guitar with 10-46. Pros will know what I'm talking about.
with les paul users put the stoptail up higher than the bridge if you do use the 10-60 set by the way.
what I like about these is they are individually wrapped and in plastic to keep them fresh as well as a unique packaging that you know from far they are Zakks. These are similar to the dunlop heavycore sound. I remember these being brighter in tone by a bit. If I was to buy these again I'd get the 10-46 set. I have use for 13-56 at times but a 60 for anything above C# is silly. Since Zakk is now in the works of making his own strings with wylde audio get these before they are gone.
Prosan unmistakable package
10-46 and 10-60 option
can be used on floyd roses and anything else not just les pauls
the 10-60 set makes tuning low easier
affordable compared to other signature sets
Consyou'll most likely need a setup if you go with the 10-60 set
a 52 A and then a 60 low E is too close together in size. I didn't like it (its a regular 10-46 set for the others)