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Rotosound RH10 Roto Blues Electric String Set 10- 52

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SKU: RH10

ROTOS

Nickel on Steel
Having recently celebrated 50 years of producing the worlds finest music strings, we at Rotosound proudly offer our nickel on steel electrics in a wide range of gauges for 6, 7, 8 and 12 string sets to suit all playing styles and the needs of todays musician.

 

Our highly secret core to cover ratios used in their making offers such brilliant sustain and tonal nuances few others can equal. The longer European eye adds extra strength at the ballend.

Our unsurpassed quality and constant care to detail throughout every stage of the production process culminates in a string equally geared to the professional and non-professional alike.

All Rotosound music strings are manufactured in England.

Guthrie knows a thing or two….

The humble guitar string seldom evokes the same kind of excitement or obsession as instruments, amps or pedals. Nonetheless, your strings are a vital component of the sounds you make – your entire rig would be distressingly quiet without them! – so it really does make a lot of sense to pick the right ones.

I do some fairly barbaric things to my strings on a daily basis, so I’ve experimented with many different brands over the years, in a quest for maximum consistency, tuning stability, durability and all-round tonal splendour. After much research, the conclusion I reached was simply this: Rotosounds rock

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