Stringjoy 6 String Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings - Drop Tune Medium Plus Gauge (11.5-58)
We know what you're thinking, “Why do I need a set of strings specifically for drop tunings? Won’t my current set work fine?”
Yes, using a regular set of strings will work “fine”, but who wants they’re strings to be just “fine”. You wouldn’t want a haircut that looked just “fine”. You wouldn’t want a hamburger that tasted just “fine”. Fine is bad, and we don’t like bad.That’s why we have sets of strings that are specifically made for drop tunings, like Stringjoy's Drop Tuning Medium Plus set, which, since you’re reading this, you have already expressed
an interest in.
What they’ve done is they’ve taken everything that’s great about our Heavy Bottom Medium Plus gauge strings, but they’ve slapped a thicker sixth string on the bottom to make sure your drop tunings sound better than “fine”, we want them to sound extraordinarily marvelous.
If you play in drop tunings and you’re sick of your sixth string flopping around all willy-nilly like, then you’re gonna need a set of these.
Gauges: .0115 – .015 – .019p – .032 – .044 – .058
To put it simply, fresh guitar strings, made with quality materials and genuine care just sound and play better.
- Stringjoy guitar strings are made by a small team in the USA, out of all American materials: top quality nickel alloy, hand wound around a high carbon steel core wire.
- The combination of better materials and more careful craftsmanship creates a more natural-sounding, longer lasting string, without the tone-deadening effects of string coatings.
- Stringjoy are known for their quality control. Their strings are wound in small batches, and they use real human beings at every step of the process: the winding, the coiling, the packing, you name it.
- Every string is inspected individually before it goes into your set. If anything is wrong with a string, from the way it’s secured around the ball end, through the entire winding, it doesn’t make the cut.
What does a higher quality set of guitar strings mean for you?
- Better tuning stability for the life of the string
- Longer string life and less breakage, when cared for properly
- Smoother, more balanced playability across the neck of the bass