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Dean Markley NickelSteel Electric
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Dean Markley NickelSteel Electric

Guitar String from Dean Markley belonging to the NickelSteel series.

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GrAmSou GrAmSou

«  No hands! Oxidation unpacking »

Published on 02/09/14 at 13:31
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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