Dean Markley 2556 Blue Steel Electric Guitar Strings - .010-.046 Regular

.010-.046 Regular Gauge Electric Guitar Strings, Cryogenic Activated
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Dean Markley 2556 Blue Steel Electric Guitar Strings - .010-.046 Regular
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Dean Markley Guitar Strings!

Among the artists who have turned to Dean Markley's strings are guitar hero Yngwie Malmsteen, session bass player Will Lee, George Strait and his entire band, Joe Bonamassa, Mike Mushok with Staind, Phoenix with Linkin Park, Sarah McLachlan, Metallica, Korn, Fallout Boy, Toby Keith, Misfits, George Strait, Michael Anthony, Dick Dale, The Edge-U2, Avril Lavigne, Atreyu, Fishbone, Neil Young, Queens of The Stone Age - we could go on and on. If you want to get the most out of your axe, put on a set of Dean Markley Strings and join the club.

The Original cryogenically treated electric guitar string. Cryogenic processing realigns the molecular structure, producing a more brilliant, longer lasting string.

Dean Markley Electric Blue Steel Guitar Strings Features at a Glance:
  • Regular gauge
  • .010, .013, .017, .026, .036, .046
  • Roundwound
  • Steel
Get Twice the Tone and Twice the Life from Dean Markley Blue Steel Guitar Strings!

Tech Specs

Guitar Type Electric
Number of Sets 1
Coated No
Gauges .010, .013, .017, .026, .036, .046
Core Material Steel
Winding Material Stainless Steel
Winding Type Round Wound
Manufacturer Part Number DM2556

Customer Reviews

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5/5

Great strings at a great price

Having played for 40+ years, I've tried practically every string out there. Gibson, Fender, D'Addario, Ernie Ball, etc. The Blue Steel are without a doubt my new "go to" strings. They deliver great tone on my 71 LP and on my Schecter Tempest. They last forever and stay in tune very well. As mentioned, I have tried many other and more expensive brands and they haven't pushed the Blue Steels out of the picture. They don't get much attention with all the "new" "high tech" (and MUCH higher priced!) strings. It's enough to make any guitarist go mad, even though we're all GAS'ers at heart. I use the tens and they work great for me. Don't see any reason to stop using them and I recommend giving them a try.
Music background: 40+ years experience, lead and rythym guitar.
5/5

Fantastic strings!

I'm blown away by these strings, they are lasting longer than any other strings I've used. They stay in tune longer as well, even with solid bending. I've used them for weeks now and there's no visible wear or deterioration.
Music background: Home guitarist
5/5

Best Stings I have Used

People's opinions about guitar strings are like so many things in life; there seem to be 2 sets of opinions: # 1. Some people tend to stay loyal to different brands for different reasons because they have tried so many & value trial & error# 2: . There are people like my brother in law, a loyall chevy lover & Ford hater. I asked him one day what was his bad experience with a Ford. "None" he replied, "I've nver owned one". Well, my guitar string experience is like # 1 listed above. I have tried many strings over my 30+ years of playing. I was loyal to Ernie Ball for a while, then to GHS & then D'Addario. all the while trying other brands in between. My conclusion is that these Dean markley Blue Steel strings are the best strings I've ever used. They sound great, last long, & I've never had one break (come to think of it the only string I ever had brerak on me during a gig was D'Addario. I broke several of those on different occassions). I teach guitar now & I use these strings (electric & acoustic) because of the value. they don't break the bank & I don't have to change them very often. I really like these strings, they are the best value I have ever found.
Music background: 30+ year guitar veteran, pro level, music instructor
5/5

Last Forever

I am blown away by how long these strings last. I play between 1-6 hours a day and the only reason I changed them after 2 months, that's right, 2 months, was because I changed some electronics to include a blend pot and put in an SH-13 Seymour Duncan. Jobs like that are a lot easier without strings on. I kept the old set in case I break a string. I haven't broken a string yet from either set and I do a LOT of bends. I can honestly say I will probably stay with these on my Omen-6 for the life of the guitar.
Music background: I feel I consider myself a hack but a lot are saying I am doing good.
4.5/5

Great Strings!

I have been a professional musician for over 40 years, and have used just about every brand of string out there. Dean Markley Blue Steel strings are always very consistant out of the package, and seem to last quite a bit longer than most other brands. I change my strings very often, but with the Blue Steels I can often get 5 or 6 shows before they start to loose that crisp tight sound. Other brands I have tried start going dead 1/2 way through a show. It also matters who you get your strings from. Some companies buy in such a huge quantity so they can get a price break. Nothing wrong with that per se, but if they don't sell those strings fast enough, they can start to go bad in the package. I have recieved "brand new" strings from a company that claims to be my "friend" that were so old they were tarnished right out of the package. Never had that problem with Sweetwater!
Music background: Full time/long time professional musician, live sound engineer
See also: Electric Strings, Dean Markley, Dean Markley Electric Guitar Strings