GHS Boomers Electric Guitar Strings

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Ultra Light: .008, .011, .014, .022w, .030w, .038w.

Extra Light: .009, .011, .016, .024w, .032w, .042w

Custom Light: .009, .011, .016, .026w, .036w, .046w

Light: .010, .013, .017, .026w, .036w, .046w

T-N-T: .010, .013, .017, .030w, .044w, .052w

Medium: .011, .015, .018, .026w, .036w, .050w

If choosing a "3-pack" each sleeve includes 6 packs of 3 strings each ex. three E gauge in one sleeve and three A gauge in a separate sleeve etc.
If you have additional warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer at 800-388-4447
(23 ratings)
Submitted February 15, 2019 by John D in Garland, TX
"Completely shocked"
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I've been a devout Ernie Ball string user for my whole journey so far as a guitarist, venturing off the path trying different brands over the years only to be disappointed and return to Ernie Ball. I tried GHS Boomers in the late 90's and hated them. Always associated them with Zakk Wylde. I decided on a whim to try them again in 2019 and was completely shocked at how smooth and great the strings felt. I play 9-42 btw. They sound so clear and crisp, yet warm and yummy on my Fender strat. I've had the string on the guitar for a month and a half and play almost daily. The strings are still holding up very well whereas in the past few years quality at Ernie Ball is slowly going down. I should know since I have to buy sets more often than I used to. I will not dog Ernie Ball but I think next week when I order my new guitar I'll pick up a few sets of GHS Boomers 9-42 also.
Musical Background:
I'e been playing 17 years. I play guitar and bass. I play lead guitar in my band
Musical Style:
I play mainly metal/rock but usually I'll just play whatever I'm inspired to play
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