Ernie Ball strings have been a top choice for players of all types since the early 1960s, when guitarists came into Ernie Ball's music store, customizing their string gauges to make their axes easier to play. After fruitless attempts to interest major guitar manufacturers in a lighter set of strings, Ernie Ball decided to start making his own. When you open a pack of his strings today, you know you're getting a quality set of strings designed to give you great tone, reliable performance, and long life. You can't go wrong when you string up with Ernie Ball strings!
Ernie Ball’s 2626 Not Even Slinky electric guitar strings are made from nickel-plated steel wire wrapped around a tin-plated, hex-shaped steel core wire. Guitarists at Music Experience have found that they offer a great balanced sound that’s neither too bright nor too dark.
Ernie Ball Slinky Electric Strings are Ernie Ball's top selling set, and are favored by many musicians around the globe.
What Ernie Ball says about the 2626 Not Even Slinky strings:
Ernie Ball Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings are made from nickel plated steel wire wrapped around tin plated hex shaped steel core wire. The plain strings are made of specially tempered tin plated high carbon steel producing a well balanced tone for your guitar.
Ernie Ball 2626 features:
- Type: electric, 6-string
- 0.012, 0.016, 0.024p, 0.032, 0.044, 0.056
- Balanced sound
- Tin-plated hex steel core
- Nickel-plated steel wrap
|Plain String Material
||Nickel Plated Steel
|Manufacturer Part Number