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They sound "okay", but they bend kinda chunky like, not smooth and slinky feeling. ) my fingers or something just don't interact with them at the chemistry level. I made the switch 3 years ago and it has made a difference.They've grown grey and tarnished looking and feeling very quickly - none of the other brands I've used have done this yet, or at least as fast. I made the same switch about 15 years ago for the same reason. well, it doesn’t really matter for a singular character or sex poses.it’s a guide for confrontational angles or principle 2-party composite.
Upon testing, the DR Hi Beams immediately jumped out at me with their tone and feel. For bass I use nothing but Ernie Ball, Hybrid slinkies. NYXL on everything else, they’re even tension strings are the shit. If I’m looking for a treated or coated strings I go with Cleartone.
I just thought it was a little weird and surprising. I ticked Ernie ball, but recently switched to d'addario as EB don't seem to have the gauge I like (11-56), for the tuning I'm in now.
I just tried a set of the nyxl, but they're too pingy(? Had to put a piece of foam behind the nut to stop the ringing.
What kinda difference are you noticing - Longevity? I know there are a few cats here that have mentioned "body chemistry/finger oil issues with strings", I've never had this problem.
But since installing a couple sets on different axes, they've all done the same thing in the last 2 weeks..feel gummy and sticky and almost as though there's grime on them. Mo I used GHS Bomers for years because they lasted a few gigs but after two fret jobs I decided to switch to Ernie Ball pure nickles in the interest of fret preservation.Finally took the time to do a real comparison, and it's really just the bridge type.