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Dean Markley NickelSteel Electric
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All user reviews for the Dean Markley NickelSteel Electric

Guitar String from Dean Markley belonging to the NickelSteel series.

Average Score:
( 3.2/5 based on 21 reviews )
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  • Dean Markley NickelSteel ElectricPublished on 03/18/10 at 12:05
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    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.
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