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Ernie Ball 2839 Nickel Baritone Slinky Electric Guitar Strings 13-72

Item# EB_2839
$6.29List Price $12.00
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Item Description

Ernie Ball Nickel Baritone Slinky Electric Guitar Strings 13-72 are perfect for clarity and serious punch, optimal for A-A or B-B tuning combinations common on hybrid baritone instruments.

Artists like Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Pete Townshend have relied on Ernie Ball strings in the studio recording and in live performances for over 40 years. - ErnieBall.com

Ernie Ball Nickel Baritone Slinky Electric Guitar Strings 13-72 offer a maximal clarity and solid punch with a nickel plated steel wrap wire around a hex shaped steel core. The non-wound high carbon steel treble strings are put through a specially tempered tin plating process to balance out the guitar?s tone.

To guarantee consistency, maximal performance, and longevity, Ernie Ball maintains the highest quality control to exact specifications.

Gauges:
2839
Baritone Slinky 13 18 30 44 56 72

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All Ernie Ball strings have hermetically sealed foil packaging that defends your strings from humidity, ensuring fresh tone as if they had been made just for you, right here in the USA. All insert labels are made from 100% recycled materials.

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Reviews

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40% Recommend this product (2 of 5 responses)
By Kyle
Provo, UT
too short and thin
July 3, 2021
I saw another reviewer mentioning that he was trying to use this on a VI, and them being too short was not an issue with the string, so he gave it 5 stars still. It is a problem with the strings!

I've had this issue of Ernie's being too short in multiple cases! Maybe they save a bit of cash by keeping them short, but it is limiting for what you can do with them! This is one of the reasons that I often go with D'Addario over EB.

Even for the intended Baritone purpose, I feel these strings get too thin in gauge too quickly.

They are decent strings but them being too short is a huge problem in a lot of situations.
By Julio
Santiago, Chile
Good for the price
November 20, 2020
Was buying single strings for a 14-18-28W-38-48-68 set for drop A in 24.75 scale.
The heavy 5th string that every baritone set has drove me away from buying them, until I tried the EB baritone set, they are great for Standard B or Drop A, they don't feel too heavy, that 56 feels nice in E, it rings forever.
I don't have sweaty hands so they last me long enough. The only downside is that I prefer the touch of D'addario s.
ProsCheap Nice for downtuning gibson scale guitars
ConsThey are too short for 28+ scale guitars with bigsby or similar tremolo system
By Jules
Sacramento, CA
Does not work on Fender Bass VI
November 29, 2012
I wanted to try to convert my Bass VI to A to A tuning... looked at the 29.75 scale and thought they would work. They aren't long enough due to the vibrato system.

It's not a string problem so I rated it at 5, but for my purposes it's a 0.
By Jeremy
Great strings for low drop tunings
January 5, 2011
I use this set for B standard on a les paul (24.75" scale). I like having 10-52 (skinny top heavy bottom) on E standard tuning and I have been searching for heavy strings that'll give me similar tension in B.
I've tried Beefy slinky and Not even slinky but they were all too floppy for me.
With this set I finally found the right feel I've been looking for.
Added tuning stability and sustain can't hurt either! :D

A word of caution though, I've had to drill through low e tuning peg to fit the gargantuan low string.
By Mike
Ernie Ball Baritone Electric Guitar Strings
October 6, 2010
Great strings for drop G tuning!

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