GHS Boomers Electric Guitar Strings

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GHS Boomers are highly popular, durable electric guitar strings. With nickel-plated steel wrap, GHS Boomers sound great and are built to last.

These roundwound strings are GHS' most popular electrics. They feature nickel-plated steel wrap and are designed for Heavy Metal, Rock, Country, Blues, and Pop styles.

About GHS Strings
GHS produces a full line of strings for fretted instruments - electric, acoustic, and classical guitar; electric bass; banjo; mandolin; pedal and steel guitar, and much more. All GHS products are manufactured with one objective: to provide players around the world with products that continually exceed their expectations.

The founders of GHS had a wealth of string making experience when they started the small family-owned business in 1964. Now, after 35 years, GHS has grown to one of the leading manufacturers in this music specialty. GHS is staffed with dedicated personnel trained and experienced in string technology.

By combining its years of experience and its reputation for quality GHS will continue to provide strings for players everywhere for many years to come. When looking for performance from your strings, look to GHS - the Strings Specialists.

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

NOTE
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.

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 800-388-4447
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Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 4 out of 5 stars. (24 ratings)
Submitted February 15, 2019 by John D in Garland, TX
"Completely shocked"
Overall: 4 out of 5 stars
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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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