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on Sep 06, 2020

These Glarry Bass Strings went far beyond my expectations, the tone, and quality is better than expected, I have put them on my Johnson Bass, My Aria Pro ll Bass, and my 1966 Hofner Bass, and I am very pleased with the performance, and sound.... I will continue to be a Glarry enthusiast, and, a believer in their product....... Thank you for putting out Quality, at an affordable price......... Duane Norman............ Port St. Lucie, Florida

on Jan 17, 2022

there costumer service was amazing. they gave me a refund that was enough for me to pay for new strings which is what was broken so i am really happy rn. Ill be honest it was a sketchy sight at first but they are serious and deliver on time.

on Oct 04, 2021

They're Great.

on Sep 02, 2021

Ive used thos on gigging basses and they sounds as great as the $40 ones

on Aug 16, 2021

Nice, bright bass strings. Medium light weight. Great for funk and articulate playing.

on Jul 20, 2021

So affordable I can change 2-3 times per year vs. once.

on May 17, 2021

Nice-sounding medium-weight strings. I recently fell in love with extra-light RotoSound Swing Bass strings, because they're so easy to tap. These strings aren't too much heavier than those, and they sound great.

on May 17, 2021

We had a very old Ukulele sitting around the house. It used to belong to my wife's grandmother, I think. These strings are no joke! I tuned the thing up and the saddle ripped right off the body. LOL After some Gorilla Glue, and a swap of the tuners, I'm glad to say we brought the old thing back to life, and it sounds great.

on May 17, 2021

Great strings. I use them for heavily distorted metal riffs, and after they've stretched out, they stay in tune nicely. Nice, full tone.

on May 17, 2021

Thanks Glarry for the Burning

Guitar strings are made out of various materials that are more suited to the particular type of guitar. Generally, acoustic guitars will use bronze wound strings, electric guitars will use nickel wound strings, and classical guitars will use nylon strings.

Changing guitar strings is as important as turning your guitar. You have to check the strings regularly to see if anyone of them is missing or worn. Old guitar strings are hard to play and make your guitar out-of-tune quickly. Your fingers will always get hurt. But putting new strings on your guitar will help you produce brighter and greater guitar sound with ease. A medium size of strings will be suitable for guitar beginners. Thinner strings can also produce great guitar music.

As a starting point for guitar strings try the brands Glarry.