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I've tried a number of different strings over the years, and unfortunately, found that these ones aren't as high quality as most others that I've tried. Much better option to go with Regular Slinky.
I really didn't enjoy the lack of volume these strings have. Sure they have really sharp tones, but as someone who seeks the deeper tones in a guitar, having these paired with single coils is the way to go. The high E always broke for me too, which was pretty annoying some times.
These are great quality strings, definitely extremely slinky being very light gauge and surprisingly last a decent amount of time. Never had a problem with these sets with breakages etc. For me raising my stop bar/tailpiece on my guitar created even more slinkyness for me! So I can literally bend like crazy with these now, very easy playing strings. Love them overall.
I use it on my Gibson Les Paul Studio. It's incredibly smooth and enjoyable to play. It stays in tune and it is amazing since I am using it on a Les Paul, that is known by having some "staying in tune issues".
The low strings EAD are made out of the normal nickel but the high strings GBE are the RPS string. They're strong, sharp, and last longer than the nickel strings even though the high strings have more tension.