Ernie Ball Classic Pure Nickel Rock N Roll Electric Guitar Strings

SKU:
EB-RANDR-ELC
UPC:
EB-RANDR-ELC

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  • Ernie Ball Classic Pure Nickel Rock N Roll Electric Guitar Strings
  • Ernie Ball 2251 Classic Pure Nickel Rock N Roll Electric Guitar Strings
  • Ernie Ball 2253 Classic Pure Nickel Rock N Roll Electric Guitar Strings
  • Ernie Ball 2255 Classic Pure Nickel Rock N Roll Electric Guitar Strings
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Ernie Ball Classic Pure Nickel Rock N Roll Electric Guitar Strings

Ernie Ball Classic Pure Nickel Rock N Roll Electric Guitar Strings are the strings used by the legends Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, Steve Vai and Slash!. Ever since they developed, the slinky strings by Ernie Ball have become classics due to their pioneering spirit. The Classic Pure Nickels are made with pure nickel wrapped around a hex high carbon steel core wire which gives the string their distinct tone.

The Classic Pure Nickel is warm and rich in tone. If you are looking for that vintage sound that is very versatile, look no further. This set comes with trebles made from a tempered high carbon steel which balances your guitar's overall tone.

All Ernie Ball strings have hermetically sealed foil packaging that defends your strings from humidity, ensuring fresh tone as if they had been made just for you, in the USA. All insert labels are made from 100% recycled materials.

Nickel Rock N Roll Electric Guitar Strings summary:

Gauges:

2255 Extra Slinky 08 / 11 / 14 / 22 / 30 / 38
2253 Super Slinky 9 / 11 / 16 / 24 / 32 / 42
2251 Regular Slinky 10 / 13 / 17 / 26 / 36 / 46
2252 Hybrid Slinky 09 / 11 / 16 / 26 / 36 / 46
2250 Power Slinky 11 / 14 / 18p / 28 / 38 / 48

Nickel Rock N Roll Electric Guitar Strings and us...

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