I like this kind of shooting for a long time, I do not know it is so far. I used Dean Markley 11-52 but it was not great so I went to D'Addario nickel wound 11-52 that I still use, only one of my Strat because they do not sound too bright. I ended up trying the 11-50 Gibson pure nickel, out of curiosity because the price was good on ebay.com (U.S.) and I found the more open, clear, and I thought it was great so I continues.
A note states as these strings are part of the series Les Paul Reissue without specific status and are very cheap ... Finally when I ordered my last stock because it may be a recent trick to sell more??
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Linn Sondek's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Pure Nickel strings.
They have a sound that I like, both very homogeneous over low E to high E and the length of the handle, a rather soft sound compared to what gives the game "Brite wires" of the same brand. Recent equip all of the original Gibson Standard, Traditional and Studio while "Vintages" are found on the Custom Shop Reissues.
This is the game I prefer Les Paul.
Note that these stabilizing ropes very quickly and keeps more agreement than Brite.