GHS GBL Light Boomers Electric Guitar Strings (10-46)

 
4.3

(3 reviews)

SKU: GGBL-P

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Roundwound Nickel-Plated Steel Passion, Power and Performance. The Dynamite Alloy Boomers continue to be the standard to play by. The bright, long-lasting tone continues to be THE power string. GHS strings are the music industry's choice whether you want a fat, bright tone, or a bluesy, warm & mellow tone. Before they leave the shop, each string is meticulously inspected by hand by quality assurance people.

Gauges: .010; .013; .017; .DY26; .DY36; .DY46

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  • Guitar String Set

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Ghs Gbl Light Boomers Electric Guitar Strings (10-46)
 
4.3

(based on 3 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good tone (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

No Best Uses
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4.0

The Only Strings I Play (almost)

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from Chicago, IL

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Pros

  • Consistent
  • Good Tone

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Ghs Gbl Light Boomers Electric Guitar Strings (10-46):

      *27 years ago* I started using GHS Super Steels, but they became harder to find as the years went on. So I switched over to GHS Boomers and haven't looked back. I use .010 - .046 gauged sets on my Fender Telecaster and Gibson SG. I use .011 -.049 gauge on my Gretsch G5120. They produce a great tone and good sustain. A brand new set settles in quickly without a whole lot of stretch and re-tuning. I tend to manually force stretch a new set of strings anyway. They maintain their brightness for a long time before starting to sound dull just before a string change. I do change strings often (as often as every week) depending on how much I play. I recently bought a 5 pack of D'Addario EXL110 on sale, but I'm not happy with them. I'm way too used to the GHS Boomers - to me, putting on a new set of Boomers is like putting on an old pair of just washed blue jeans that are fresh out of the dryer.

       
      5.0

      The Very Best !!

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      from Lakewood, Ca

      About Me Experienced

      Pros

      • Consistent
      • Good Tone
      • Long Life
      • Strong

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Backup
        • Concerts
        • Practicing

        Comments about Ghs Gbl Light Boomers Electric Guitar Strings (10-46):

        I rode 4 miles on my bike to sam ash looking for new strings, and i ended up stumbling on a hell of a set of strings. I came home and put them on my strat and then plugged into my amp, and they blew my mind. My distortion sounds great with these. They make very defined sounds, even the lower strings.

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        4.0

        pretty good

        By 

        from va

        About Me Experienced

        Pros

        • Fun To Play
        • Good Feel
        • Good Pick Up
        • Good Tone
        • Solid Electronics

        Cons

        • a little fret buzz

        Best Uses

        • Jamming
        • Practicing
        • Recording
        • Rock Concerts
        • School Bands
        • Small Venues

        Comments about Ghs Gbl Light Boomers Electric Guitar Strings (10-46):

        They last awhile and have good sound.

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        Material Nickel
        Model GBL Light Boomers
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