The Boomers series has been the flagship set of GHS Strings. Used by musicians in every genre, they have shown to stand up to any playing style.
Now known as "The Power String", GHS Boomers continue to make their mark on music across the world.
Each string is made with nickel-plated steel wrapped tightly around a round core wire, providing bright characteristic and long-lasting tone.
For nearly 50 years, GHS has been the tone of Rock, Country, Blues, and Bluegrass. Isn't it time you tried on a set?
- Seven-string electric guitar strings
- Roundwound nickel-plated steel
- String gauges - .010, .013, .017, .026, .036, .046, .060
- Made in U.S.A.
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Solid StringsBy: Ben on 5 July 2016I have been playing guitar for about 18 years now and have started using these strings for about a fortnight. I was previously playing with 11-70s and I was concerned that the 60 would be too light. I must say that I have been impressed with the 10-60 combination. All seven string guitars sound pretty muddy IMO in the bottom end when you go lower than the B standard tuning, not to mention the 'tuning woes' with detuned strings that are too light. These strings were no different in that respect, but if you are sticking to standard tunings or using a capo then you'll have no problem with this set.