Ernie Ball 3121 Coated Regular Slinky Titanium RPS Electric Strings

.010-.046 Regular Slinky Gauge Electric Guitar Strings, Coated, Titanium Reinforced
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Ernie Ball 3121 Coated Regular Slinky Titanium RPS Electric Strings
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These Great-sounding Electric Strings are Built to Last!

Ernie Ball strings have been a top choice for players of all types since the early 1960s, when guitarists came into Ernie Ball's music store, customizing their string gauges to make their axes easier to play. After fruitless attempts to interest major guitar manufacturers in a lighter set of strings, Ernie Ball decided to start making his own. When you open a pack of his strings today, you know you're getting a quality set of strings designed to give you great tone, reliable performance, and long life. You can't go wrong when you string up with Ernie Ball strings!

Ernie Ball's Coated Electric Titanium RPS Regular Slinky Strings combine the latest technological advancements in string manufacturing. All wound strings are treated with a micro-thin layer of enamel that prevents decay and corrosion up to five times more than uncoated sets. In addition to treating the wound strings, each plain string features a rust-resistant plating along with a patented reinforcement winding of titanium wire. Titanium's inherent strength prevents string breakage, string slippage, and is proven to keep your guitar strings in tune better than conventional plain strings. Ernie Ball Coated Slinky guitar strings maintain the feel and sound of uncoated sets, combining the added protection with the vibrant tone Ernie Ball customers have relied on for over 50 years.

Ernie Ball Coated Electric Titanium RPS Regular Slinky Guitar Strings Features at a Glance:
  • Type: Electric, 6-string
  • .010, .013, .017, .026, .036, .046
  • Balanced sound
  • Tin-plated hex steel core
  • Nickel-plated, titanium reenforced steel wrap
Ernie Ball Coated Titanium strings sound great and stand up to serious abuse!

Tech Specs

Guitar Type Electric
Number of Sets 1
Coated Yes (Enamel and Titanium Coating)
Gauges .010, .013, .017, .026, .036, .046
Core Material Steel
Winding Material Nickel-plated Steel
Winding Type Round Wound
Manufacturer Part Number P03121

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Simply The Best

Ive used the regular Ernie Ball Slinkys for years (10-46 green pack). I started playing some tunes with my band that require a harder attack lately and had a few strings break on stage - not fun. So I decided to give the Titanium Slinkys a try and wow what a wonderful set of strings. Expense? Yes! Will you care about the price once you try these? NO!! They feel wonderful and so far have been 100% reliable. Of note (pun intended) is the tone of these strings is really amazing and a step up from the regular slinkys. Punch, clarity, and quack, etc that really makes your guitar and amp come to life like never before. Get them!
Music background: Gigging Musician

Great strings

These are really very good strings! I use these on my '09 Gibson LP Traditional and I get a very good tone and long life from them.

These are dope.

I play with alot of overdrive and ive used these on a few of my guitars. I have no complaints. They don't seem to break easily, they bend very comfortably and they have a really biting and clear tone. They feel silky and reduce the string noise between playing notes. The coating dosent seem to kill the tone too much if at all. I used the cobalts and these are nice too. I think the titanium base maybe gives more response on the higher notes for legato / solo stuff. Give em a shot, you cant go wrong. I like the feel of them, and they sound articulate. I usually go with the hybrids for that added maneuverability in the G, B, E.
Music background: Classic Hard Rock, Alternative, Post Punk ish
See also: Electric Strings, Ernie Ball, Ernie Ball Electric Guitar Strings