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Dean Markley NickelSteel Electric
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Guitar String from Dean Markley belonging to the NickelSteel series.

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  • No hands! Oxidation unpacking

    Dean Markley NickelSteel ElectricPublished on 02/09/14 at 13:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    How long have you use it?
    6 months occasionally a secondary guitar

    Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    Dunlop Ernie Ball only (excluding original D'Addario)

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    The most? Nothing
    Least? This oxidation unpacking, no sound (I love snapping Ernie Ball). The strings are all in one bag, maybe this is the cause of oxidation.

    How would you rate the quality / price?
    The price is generally low, but the quality is at the same level

    With experience, you do again this choice?
    Oh no, certainly not, and then another range for this manufacturer.

    In summary:
    I do not know how you can sell this type of......
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    How long have you use it?
    6 months occasionally a secondary guitar

    Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    Dunlop Ernie Ball only (excluding original D'Addario)

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    The most? Nothing
    Least? This oxidation unpacking, no sound (I love snapping Ernie Ball). The strings are all in one bag, maybe this is the cause of oxidation.

    How would you rate the quality / price?
    The price is generally low, but the quality is at the same level

    With experience, you do again this choice?
    Oh no, certainly not, and then another range for this manufacturer.

    In summary:
    I do not know how you can sell this type of product.
    I am still says he is a defective bag and I redid a purchase, but no different then not I stop charges.
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  • Dean Markley NickelSteel ElectricPublished on 05/07/13 at 15:50
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    versatile but very good omens on an acoustic, but I find that it is too standard, they are good for all styles of music does not wear out too quickly
  • satisfied for many years ....

    Dean Markley NickelSteel ElectricPublished on 06/28/12 at 12:01
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    I use these strings for several years ... and I am satisfied ...
    I tried ernie ball, fender, elixir ...
    ernie ball ... not slide in top ...
    fender ... I have not been marked ...
    elixir ... top slide in but not age well and break quickly ...
    The Dean Markley 10-46 signing are not slamming too new (it goes after day qq) and have a good durability (resistance, accuracy and brightness). In any case they do not break .......
    brief they suit me ... especially since I have several guitars and you can find them at a very affordable price on certain sites ... So soon as it gets dull, I change ...

    ps: I never had a problem of oxidation on a new game! info / intox!

    ...
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  • Dean Markley NickelSteel ElectricPublished on 05/24/12 at 15:06
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    purchased by the lack of anything else available (I'm used to Fender pure nickel) to change the strings on my Squier stratovolcano.
    I had initially fears related to bad memories of a set of Dean Markley Blue Steel farting in my fingers to the first tuning.
    finally this one seems to bear the excessive bends (intro to Pink Floyd) and behaves rather well (given the proper tuning, its nice ...).

    that is, not disappointed and I am tempted to buy ...
  • it is possible to have new ones with no signs of rust?

    Dean Markley NickelSteel ElectricPublished on 04/26/12 at 09:49
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    Well now, I can not say the sound it has, because when you open the package ropes were stitched, black points of a millimeter wide, see more or less all the way ...

    Normally when my strings are like this on my guitar, I live exchange, but there ... they leave the package .... :-(

    Ok this is the first package "signature series" I buy, but before I ordered a "Dean Markley vintage 1973" in a different vendor, and so does ... claim on the vendor to send me another floor (still new) and rebelotte ...

    on three floors, I've always had strings stitched (rusty) ... So I will not insist on the brand, despite all the good that I like it, either I have no luck, now it really is the m .........
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    Well now, I can not say the sound it has, because when you open the package ropes were stitched, black points of a millimeter wide, see more or less all the way ...

    Normally when my strings are like this on my guitar, I live exchange, but there ... they leave the package .... :-(

    Ok this is the first package "signature series" I buy, but before I ordered a "Dean Markley vintage 1973" in a different vendor, and so does ... claim on the vendor to send me another floor (still new) and rebelotte ...

    on three floors, I've always had strings stitched (rusty) ... So I will not insist on the brand, despite all the good that I like it, either I have no luck, now it really is the m ...
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  • Dean Markley NickelSteel ElectricPublished on 04/23/06 at 03:37
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    Hi,

    I just use a game, (I talk about my opinion on the D'addario)
    H b I will remove these accursed strings and D'Addario to submit the same shooting 9 / 46!

    I tried these strings because I have seen commercials and heard the users happy to use Dean Markley, am quite frankly the sound obtained do not like it at all. Touch is hard, his poor and lifeless. I use strats with the vibrato and the Dean are still dsaccordes, while with the D'addario I can do a really great use of vibrato without losing the tuning!

    Here I am DSOL for those who love these strings, but they do not sound.

    As for the life of a set of strings, I read a lot of funny stuff, like what a game only lasts a......
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    Hi,

    I just use a game, (I talk about my opinion on the D'addario)
    H b I will remove these accursed strings and D'Addario to submit the same shooting 9 / 46!

    I tried these strings because I have seen commercials and heard the users happy to use Dean Markley, am quite frankly the sound obtained do not like it at all. Touch is hard, his poor and lifeless. I use strats with the vibrato and the Dean are still dsaccordes, while with the D'addario I can do a really great use of vibrato without losing the tuning!

    Here I am DSOL for those who love these strings, but they do not sound.

    As for the life of a set of strings, I read a lot of funny stuff, like what a game only lasts a month etc. ....
    I change my strings every 15 days, or every week (very rare) because when we do concerts and rptitions, strings wear out really quickly. Will the same legendary Steve uses a same set for two concerts, because it breaks APRS!

    Anyway, I probably do not Rasht Dean Markley one day, or he will have the sound and feel Exceeds that of D'addario.
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  • Dean Markley NickelSteel ElectricPublished on 04/29/06 at 07:17
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    I just purchased these strings to put on my semi-hollow ..
    Cargo appoints blasters, because in game two, which REPRESENTATIVES also the only advantage of these strings ... that is lamentable, the potato, cold metal of nanard any resea ...
    I do not that choice would do, then yes it's cheap, but not after it wou fte
  • Dean Markley NickelSteel ElectricPublished on 05/11/06 at 06:03
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    I like the sound of strings, made a little dull and muffled in fact I do not like the bright sound of new strings.
    Trs good performance in time, I keep several months making sure to wipe off the handle after each use (but my fingers are dry that sweat almost never).
    These strings have a really great sound in blues, jazz, rock.
    Fans of metal, punk rock, heavy, these strings do not suit you for sure.
    Report quality reasonable price.
    I use them for some years dj.
  • Dean Markley NickelSteel ElectricPublished on 06/12/06 at 05:07
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    Nobody has an opinion on the best power cords on the market?
    I thought it odd that there were followers of markley.je use them for 8 years (the brand, not the game!) including 6 and 2 on my epiphone on my jackson.

    In short, I found these strings because they equip the guitars Hammett, of Mustaine and Friedman (Megadeth in his day). so I said, I will try, if they use them they must be good for both the rhythmic and solos.

    it was my goal: finding strings fairly accurate, bright and clear for solos and clear, and with sufficient presence, "punch" to sustain and hit for rhythmic. and found. very pleasant to the touch, it allows an ease of playing far beyond the average. they are much......
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    Nobody has an opinion on the best power cords on the market?
    I thought it odd that there were followers of markley.je use them for 8 years (the brand, not the game!) including 6 and 2 on my epiphone on my jackson.

    In short, I found these strings because they equip the guitars Hammett, of Mustaine and Friedman (Megadeth in his day). so I said, I will try, if they use them they must be good for both the rhythmic and solos.

    it was my goal: finding strings fairly accurate, bright and clear for solos and clear, and with sufficient presence, "punch" to sustain and hit for rhythmic. and found. very pleasant to the touch, it allows an ease of playing far beyond the average. they are much more flexible and does not scour bcp fingers!

    to say I preferred my epiphone DM with my jackson with ernie ball slincky!! (Level hit, flexibility and comfort of strings) There's not a worry?

    Finally, they suit me perfectly, and I would not change for anything. after they sure will not be appropriate for everyone (I think the neo-metal and others), each has his tastes, but what is certain is that there are strings of very good quality (for € 7.50 it worth, rarely broken, except at the end of 1 year / 2 times a game!) they keep their "son" several months, and are fully transferable.
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  • Dean Markley NickelSteel ElectricPublished on 07/11/06 at 06:22
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    For two days I have on my Ibanez RG1820 montes and feedback, I will turn ...

    I tried the Blue Steel dj before, I t trsdu sound and especially their strong (a rope PTEDIT the first tuning). Well l have to say that I do not see much diffrence except that nothing has rope cass.

    The sound is too sharp, snapping, trsmtallique, lifeless.
    I have much more noise, I do not understand why ...
    C'es true even if the sound is thanks to treble boost, it's unplayable.

    Try playing with a clean sound is not the top, a frieze on the frets: incomprhensible.

    In short, I'm going to try to give Dean Markley and D'Addario and at worst, return to the Ernie Ball. ...
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    For two days I have on my Ibanez RG1820 montes and feedback, I will turn ...

    I tried the Blue Steel dj before, I t trsdu sound and especially their strong (a rope PTEDIT the first tuning). Well l have to say that I do not see much diffrence except that nothing has rope cass.

    The sound is too sharp, snapping, trsmtallique, lifeless.
    I have much more noise, I do not understand why ...
    C'es true even if the sound is thanks to treble boost, it's unplayable.

    Try playing with a clean sound is not the top, a frieze on the frets: incomprhensible.

    In short, I'm going to try to give Dean Markley and D'Addario and at worst, return to the Ernie Ball.
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