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Ernie Ball 2212 Nickel Primo Slinky Electric Guitar Strings 9.5-44

Item# EB_2212
$5.99List Price $8.99
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Ernie Ball Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings are made from nickel plated steel wire wrapped around tin plated hex shaped steel core wire. The plain strings are made of specially tempered tin plated high carbon steel producing a well balanced tone for your guitar. Gauges .0095, .012, .016, .024, .034, .044

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67% Recommend this product (2 of 3 responses)
By DanGoodShot
Oxford, CT
Best of 9 gauge and 10 gauge with none of the down.
December 4, 2020
I'm very surprised these strings aren't far more popular. I think it's because most guitarists don't think about in-between gauges. You get the easy playability of 9 gauge and the tuning stability of 10 gauge. They're not so stiff that ye lil finger tip gets all sore doing them bends and not so light that when ya get all into the groove and apply a tad too much pressure them notes start to sound a touch sharp. As for tone, these sound great! Not too bright. Not too dark. Just right. I play a lot in drop D using a Floyd and these are the perfect string. Not too stiff, not too light. Perfect for noodling around the fretboard. I mean, these are 5 bucks a set. Buy a set and check em' out. I'm sure as hell glad I did. As far as stuff getting on your hand as one reviewer stated, well uh, I think that's a dirty bridge and fretboard. Definitely not the strings. How would that even be possible??
  • Everything stated in my review.
  • I didn't discover these sooner
By Rocky
New Orleans
Tele player
January 24, 2020
These strings have a very nice tone as well as bend easily. I have had no trouble with any black rubbing off on my hands as another reviewer experienced. Maybe they changed something up? I simply love these strings and will be ordering more for my Strat and Tele's.
  • Better tone then the 9-42's and bend easily.
  • None that I found
By NuCazZ
New Jersey
They'll leave your fingers black.
January 7, 2020
I was first excited to see EB finally decided to make half sets. I gave them a shot. They left my fingers black. After reaching out to EB customer service, they denied this is a result of manufacturing/QC. I've never had that problem with PRS/D'addario or Curt Mangan strings. I guess the Primo name suits these strings. It will be the first and last time I use em.

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