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Once you try these, you dont go back
best strings I've ever tried. The 3 lightest strings are normal 10, 13, 17 as the regular slinkys are, allowing you to solo and bend as much as you want. The 3 top strings a little heavier than you'd tend to expect from a regular 10 set (10-46). These top 3 strings are 30, 42, 52, meaning they have a little more bass and bite to them, which I love, compared to the regular slinky set. I'd recommend!!
Best set of strings I've owned!
They are really great strings for Punk Rock music, because of the thickness of them, pick sliding sounds really awesome. If you want strings that will sound great with power chords and pick sliding then skinny top and heavy bottom strings are the way to go. Solos also sound amazing due to the thickness. I am really happy using this strings and I don't want to use any others. I use them all the time in my punk rock band "Unwired Society"