D'Addario EXL110 Nickel Wound Light Electric Strings 25-Pk

.010-.046 Regular Light Gauge Electric Guitar Strings, Nickel Wound, 25-pack
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Get Great Electric Tone with this D'Addario 25-pack of Strings!

Save money and get more strings with this 25-pack of D'Addario EXL110 Nickel Wound electric guitar strings. These light-gauge nickel-wound electric guitar strings run from .010-.046.

D'Adarrio's XL Nickel Wound electric guitar strings, their most popular string, gives your guitar a bright and detailed sound with spot-on intonation. Sweetwater knows that choosing the perfect string is vital to a musician's sound. The hexagonal high carbon steel core is wrapped with nickel-plated steel for a long-lasting string that's ready to tackle any style of music.

D'Addario - Making strings for over 300 years

Behind every set of D'Addario strings are over three centuries of fine craftsmanship. The D'Addario family tradition began in the tiny town of Salle, Italy in 1680 where they made assorted instrument strings for over two hundred years before relocating to New York in 1905. As the modern string making industry began to develop, the D'Addario family emerged as innovators by designing the winding machine most string makers still use today. And while their techniques have modernized, the pride that goes into each set of strings dates back to the D'Addario family's earliest roots.

D'Addario EXL110 Nickel Wound 6-String Electric Guitar Strings Features:
  • Regular Light Gauge
  • .010, .013, .017, .026, .036, .046
  • Bright tone
  • Round wound
  • 25-pack of EXL110 sets
D'Addario's XL Nickel Wound electric guitar strings give your guitar a beautiful, bright tone!

Tech Specs

Guitar Type Electric
Number of Sets 25
Coated No
Gauges .010, .013, .017, .026, .036, .046
Core Material Steel
Winding Material Nickel-plated Steel
Winding Type Round Wound
Manufacturer Part Number EXL110-B25

Customer Reviews

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Best string deal around

I have been using these 25 pk. boxes of strings in my shop for more than 6 years now and have used the same string in single packs for more than 15 years and I have used them on just about every brand of major guitar made and these strings sound perfect on anything. I started using the 25 pk. because I was using so many and it does save me money which is a good thing, you can not go wrong with this box of strings.
Music background: Pro musician


Seriously? You're asking me to REVIEW the same strings that I've been using for 30 years? I've been using them for 30 years. That should say enough... I am glad that they come in this convenient package at a great price though. How about a 50 or 100 pack at a further discount? Not gonna stop using them anytime soon.
Music background: Pro musician

Great strings, cool package.

In my opinion, these strings hold they're own with the NYXL virsion. I get the same life out of either set, as well as clarity and sustain. The 4.5 was because they don't use strong enough plastic wen it comes to the thicker strings. The spool bends out on the .46, and tends to pop off wen I'd rather it didn't. Over all though, i'll be buying again!
Music background: Bar bands

Economical purchase

I have used D'Addario EXL 110 strings for years. They have great tone and are very stable. I have recently started gigging again on a regular basis and I put a new set of strings on before every gig. It just makes sense to buy the strings in bulk like this. I will say this, though, there is a learning curve for getting the strings out of this packaging. While it seems pretty obvious that one would simply grab an end and pull, it's not that simple. Especially, with the first few sets and more so with the wound strings. The trick is to not kink the string in your frustration. I have found that working the string in and out a little bit usually allows me to get the string out nicely. It does get easier as you use them. While you can't beat the cost of buying strings this way, I really wish they would revisit their packaging.
Music background: Guitar player for 40+ years

Really Good strings

If I just had to rate the strings I'd say 4 stars but the problems with the packaging I had inspired the earlier one-star review by me above. I'll probably try the 25 set bulk pack again and hope that the messed up one I got the first time was a fluke. I like the way these strings feel, sound, intonate and last. I have four electrics and I'm mostly a blues / blues rock player so I'm hard on strings. I'm liking these D'Addario's. Had to switch from the brand of strings I've used for many years due to quality control issues, odd kinks in the strings, corrosion right out of the packs, etc..
Music background: Got my first Strat in 1973 at age 15
See also: Electric Strings, D'Addario, D'Addario Electric Guitar Strings