Dean Markley NickelSteel Electric
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Dean Markley NickelSteel Electric

NickelSteel Electric, Guitar String from Dean Markley in the NickelSteel series.

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Average Score:3.2( 3.2/5 based on 21 reviews )
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GrAmSou02/09/2014

GrAmSou's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" No hands! Oxidation unpacking"

Dean Markley NickelSteel Electric
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.
Doherty's05/07/2013

Doherty's's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dean Markley NickelSteel Electric
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
edenstef06/28/2012

edenstef's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" satisfied for many years ...."

Dean Markley NickelSteel Electric
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!

http://edenlegroupe.com/

love ... stef
franfranky05/24/2012

franfranky's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dean Markley NickelSteel Electric
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 ...
celtwyn04/26/2012

celtwyn's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" it is possible to have new ones with no signs of rust?"

Dean Markley NickelSteel Electric
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 ...
Voivod K03/18/2010

Voivod K's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dean Markley NickelSteel Electric
I use them for 3 years on a Standard Lag Rockline.

Drawing light, I have used the CDs that are a bit expensive, even if it's (very) good rope.
Nothing to say, they do the job, the sound is clean, the good life (besides, I have no problem with any brand, just to sweat without a doubt, and yet I am of death metal!).

My opinion is contrary to previous opinion ... that's life.

8 / 10 since the DR sound better, but they are catching up on the price (I have the game to 5.50 euros) and life.
Scabiei10/13/2009

Scabiei's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dean Markley NickelSteel Electric
I'm in my second game of this type. The first difficulty is 3 months.

I recently fell to a two-tone tuning lowest (open C) and wanted a game not too expensive deep-draft history to see what I could now pull the best match.

I tried the 13-56 and 12-54 at Dean Markley. The 13-56 gives a powerful attack in this tuning for rhythm but arrived in attempts to solo technique I guess it must be a little more hardu, though quite feasible, however. I do not shred, but I noticed right away that the bends required a little more candid. Level tapping it does not interfere more than that.
The 12-54 is a little softer (logique. ..) but equally suited for this tuning, and lets just walk on to the handle a little easier.

In terms of lifespan, it is frankly not that great ... The diameter that to break a string, it should really strive above but after two months I already had the beginnings of problems keeping agreement after a few big shots of Floyd. Problem that did not feel was so fast with Ernie Ball for example.

on the other hand I really appreciated that although the proposed pulling the strings, even the most severe, are not high-voltage cables and they are thin enough and pleasant to the touch. One of the reasons that made me abandon the Ernie Ball when I was playing in 10-46, too round and thick for me to even small drawing.

So to summarize, they are worth their price, 4 € for pennies closely, but rather to reserve a rhythmic game only because their life is short. I think I fold in the medium term on the Dean Markley Blue Steel 12-54.

I said it had tested only those strings playing metal (rhythm and solo) on a hi-gain amp lamps.
03/01/2009

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dean Markley NickelSteel Electric
For me were of very good strings.
I have used one year and not fart FREQUENTLY (every two months I changed) ...
Note that I played 2 hours a day and sometimes I "Burin" ...
I play with a lot of mtal and are suitable for me. although preferred for small Ernie Ball ... have strings that ensures better now when solo rhythm!
even given in drop c it takes too much curl but no good will be taking a higher veiled welcome =)
a + +
eFDay02/24/2009

eFDay's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dean Markley NickelSteel Electric
Good strings to 6 € play, I ride it for years without worries or surprises.
I tried Addario lately, not unpleasant but less bright, I do my stop them.
Mi(ni)me06/20/2008

Mi(ni)me's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dean Markley NickelSteel Electric
One of the brands that are less Chres little find ...

They last me three months and are quite rsistantes. IDAL pulling for Drop C tuning as or 1 / 2 tone lower. Noise mtallique strings disappears when they are new APRS a good week of play his brilliant and enjoyable.

I do not understand why Dean Markley strings are deprecated on Audiofanzine opinion. I still use them on my guitar and I'm Premire Fully satisfied: Longva sonnorits enjoyable and cheap!