D'Addario Strings

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Daniel, Aug 6, 2012.

  1. Daniel

    Daniel New Member

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    Give you a quick guess as to what this is... If you have ever tried or owned a set of D'Addario strings, this is a good place to talk about them. Have you ever wanted to try them? Ask questions. I have used them, and will continue to use them, for a very long time. Enjoy
     
  2. Andew

    Andew New Member

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    Never used them before. Used GHS boomers, Fender strings and Elixir ones. Liked Elixir the best. How it's with D'Addario?
     
  3. mrspiffy

    mrspiffy A member of the Spiffy Club.

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    Several of my Deans came stock with the D'Addario. I've been underwhelmed thus far and they seem dead after a couple of weeks. I much prefer Ernie Ball (and based on my guitars with the EB Cobalts, they're worth the extra money).
     
  4. StringsDirect

    StringsDirect Strings Direct - Online Guitar Strings

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    I would tend to agree with the above, I'd recommend Ernie Ball above D'Addario for quality and durability. We sell both though at very competitive prices :)
     
  5. Namelyguitar

    Namelyguitar Super Strummer

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    Yes, I've tried them. It's one of the most popular brands available in the U.S.

    Some users string all of their guitars with D'Addario. My favorite brands are Ernie Ball for electric guitar, and DR for bass, and Elixir for acoustic guitar.

    Try the D'Addario brand strings!
     
  6. SnappyFerret

    SnappyFerret This ain't rock 'n' roll, this is genocide!

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    I use D'Addario 10's except on my Rickenbacker, which I use the Ric 10's on. I like the D'Addario 45-105 set (nickel round wounds) on my bass. The quality has been uniformly excellent, but they do go dead after a while (like any string will).
     
  7. Seveneight78

    Seveneight78 New Member

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    I use D'Addario long time ago. In the past this strings have nice clear sound but now this day for me this strings sucks. Dead sounds about week, low quality. I use Dunlop Zakk Wylde or Ernie Ball Slinky, very nice strings and great quality for the price. By the way, welcome to all !

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