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Pyramid Gold Chrome Pure Nickel Flat Wound Round Core Electric Guitar Strings

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Pyramid Gold Chrome Pure Nickel Flat Wound Round Core Electric Guitar Strings
Pyramid Gold Chrome Pure Nickel Flat Wound Round Core Electric Guitar Strings
Pyramid Gold Chrome Pure Nickel Flat Wound Round Core Electric Guitar Strings
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These Pyramid Gold Chrome Pure Nickel Flat Wound Round Core Electric Guitar Strings will bring the yesterdays tones to the tunes of today!

"Pyramid Flatwound strings bring back the tone that made me fall in love with the 12-string electric guitar and they last much longer too!" - Roger McGuinn

Pyramid Gold Chrome Nickel Flat Wound Round Core Electric Guitar Strings offer a warm, yet brilliant vintage tone, perfect for all types of music. The flat wound wrap wire provides low finger noise and a smooth feel, while the long sustain is only outmatched by the extra long life of the string!

Note: On Round Core Strings, please be sure to tune the strings to pitch before cutting off the excess at the headstock.

Light 10-13-19-30-35-46.5
R411 Medium 11-15-20w-30-35-48
R412 Heavy 13 17 24w 33 42 52
R413 True Vintage 13 18 26w 36 47 56
R414 Medium Heavy 12 16 22w 33 42 52
R416 Medium Special 11 15 20w 30 40 50

Since 1850, Pyramid as been making legendary strings of unsurpassed quality. Taking into account material qualities and basic principles of acoustics, Pyramid uses sophisticated equipment with expert hands to make strings of the highest quality and precision, for a wide range of musical instruments. Pyramid strings ring reliable, perfect, and true.

See Pyramid's expert hands in action under our "Product Video" tab!

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Check out this video and see how Pyramid Strings are wound by expert hands to ensure the highest quality!


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83% Recommend this product (5 of 6 responses)
By Cody LR
Reading, PA
April 9, 2018
Best Strings I've Tried
I never write reviews but I just had to for these strings. They stand out so much more than any strings I've played. So easy on the fingers and great for sliding. Highly recommend! I play mostly rock and they definitely bring a near sound to the mix. Plus, I played them for hours after slapping them on my Gretsch and only tuned them once!!
By Amanda
Roy, WA
June 8, 2016
Pyramid Gold Chrome Pure Nickel Flat Wound Round Core Electric Guitar Strings
Writing a second review on this second set of Pyramids because they were actually a disappointment. I got 9 months of daily play from the first set! Best for any string I've used. After stringing them up, second evening, pop goes the B string. I threw a spare Ernie Ball on there and ...well, yuk! A whole set of $20 strings shot because nothing else sounded 'right' with them. Have a spare set around! I still can't figure why it just snapped. Perhaps you guys could sell these separately?
By Ray
June 3, 2016
Pyramid golds are decent
After 10 months on my Strat, I decided it was time to replace the Thomastic-Infeld Jazz strings. The T-I's were still sounding good at the time of removal. I was curious about Pyramid Golds after reading all the great reviews. I do agree that the Pyramid Gold strings sound good, they are slightly brighter than the T-I's. The Pyramids also intonate accurately up the fret board. To my feel, the Pyramids are not as smooth as T-I, but they are still a smooth string. Visually, the Pyramids are also rougher in appearance. I hope the Pyramids last as long as the T-I strings.
ProsVery good tone and intonation
ConsSlightly rough feel for flatwound strings
By Ralph
The forest in Ontario (Canada)
May 19, 2016
Terrific strings!
These are almost perfect flats. I rate them only slightly lower than the TI Jazz Swings and that's because of the weird gauge steps. I use the 10-46.5 and the jump fro the 16 third (I like the unwound - easier to bend) to a 30 fourth string is a huge one for me. However it's not all that bad after you get used to it and actually makes some sense. I've got them on a home built Tele with a TV-Jones Hilotron at the bridge and Fender CS Nocaster neck pup, and they nail that early rock sound: Brit invasion, Byrds, (some) Tom Petty, etc. Sorry to ramble but I've had a love/hate relationship with pyramid flats in the past but I think I just didn't give them the right vehicle. On this guitar they are absolutely fabulous. I've changed my mind. It's a tie with the TIs, and they're $6 less. They may not be for everyone but with the right pickups these guys just sing. And they last for months - I suspect years. We'll find out......
ProsFeel, tone.
ConsThat big leap from 3rd to 4th, but it can be overcome.
By Rob
San José, Costa Rica
May 3, 2013
Pyramid NIckel Flat 11's
Best strings I've ever tried so far, and the service from S&B is just incredible , they were quick and they even send me picks and an advice note about the strings. Good job guys, you earn a loyal client for the rest of my guitar life.
By Aster Boyton
January 23, 2011
Gold Flats 0.11's
I just strung these up on my new Gibson 1962 Reissue J-160E. Absolutely love them. Feels like butter on my fingers, ring nice and hit that British "Beatles" sound I was looking for just great. Will have to try the hex in heavier gauge maybe next time. Would keep these on the 160E and may try on my Casino Elitist too. Also, best price I've ever seen on the internet & you can get free shipping with a modest size order too. Can beat that. Aster

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