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Dunlop Rev. Willy's Mexican Lottery Brand Electric Guitar Strings RWN0738 Super Fine 7-38

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Dunlop Rev. Willy's Mexican Lottery Brand Electric Guitar Strings RWN0738 Super Fine 7-38
Dunlop Rev. Willy's Mexican Lottery Brand Electric Guitar Strings RWN0738 Super Fine 7-38
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Dunlop Rev. Willy's Mexican Lottery Brand Electric Guitar Strings - Billy Gibbons String Lab Series

Soulful, rich, articulate and smooth, Billy Gibbons' big fat Texas tone has been described as “hot, blue, and righteous”. Dunlop has developed Reverend Willy’s Strings in collaboration with Billy himself—aiming to make strings that offer a real punch and still stay articulate and clear when performing his legendary leads and pinch harmonics.


RWN0738 No. 7 Super Fine 7-9-11-20-30-38 --- Billy's Signature Gauge!

RWN0840 No. 8 Fine 8-10-12-20-30-40

RWN0942 No. 9 Light 9-11-16-24-32-42

RWN1046 No. 10 Medium 10-13-17-26-36-46




Dunlop Rev. Willy's Mexican Lottery Brand Electric Guitar Strings RWN0738 Super Fine 7-38
Dunlop Rev. Willy's Mexican Lottery Brand Electric Guitar Strings RWN0840 Fine 8-40
Dunlop Rev. Willy's Mexican Lottery Brand Electric Guitar Strings RWN0942 Light 9-42
Dunlop Rev. Willy's Mexican Lottery Brand Electric Guitar Strings RWN1046 Medium 10-46

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By Steve
Ohio
Best to date
May 21, 2020
A friend said he heard of them but never used. I bought some and haven't bought anything but these ever since. Once stretched, they stay in tune unbelievably well. They almost never break and I bend the shit out of them! They do take a bit of getting used to, do to being so light, like bending strings in a chord or pushing down harder on one string or another. Less string tension on a floating bridge setup has some problems also. If you have a heavy pick, you can get some spring warble, which I hate. Probably not good for cheap guitars with soft frets either. Bending is where these strings shine. I play the solo from Pink Floyd's Time several times a day, as it's one of my favorites.
I was going to say they don't have that "new string sound" as long as other strings but as I was thinking about it I realized I play much longer with these strings. I also drop-d and do some Disturbed and many others and they just crunch away. I have been working on the spring warbler like loading the spring with foam to no avail (maybe slight improvement). I do have a set of .008 that I bought with my first order of 5 packs of the .007 but haven't tried them, I just keep ordering more of the .007. It is a bit of time involved in trying such a light gauge with a floating tremolo set up, like truss rod and removing spring(s), I only use 2 springs and they are backed way off, intonation needs adjusted as well. So if you like heavy strings it might not be worth the bother. My favorites in over 40 years of breaking strings. Just my 2 cents.
By Louie
Fredericksburg Va
Such a Deal
October 24, 2019
A friend turned me onto these strings. WOW Going from .046 to .038 E on my Strat, I had to adjust the truss rod and reset string height/intonation. I like a relatively flat neck so I set relief at .008 as opposed to .012. It was totally worth it. Like the man says, Let the strings do the work. The bending is much easier and the speed is there. These strings have a fabulous chime. EXCELLENT
ProsEase of operation and great tones.
ConsDrops strings into the nut rather deep. Need to check before intonating

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