Ernie Ball Cobalt Regular Slinky - Electric Guitar Strings - .010-.046 Gauge

Item # GS9641046
| Mfg # P02721
| UPC # 749699127215
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Engineered to maximize output and clarity, Ernie Ball Cobalt Slinky Guitar Strings are the latest innovation in string technology. Seeking to provide guitarists and bassists with a new voice, Cobalt strings provide an extended dynamic range, incredible harmonic response, increased low end, and crisp, clear highs.

Cobalt provides a stronger magnetic relationship between pickups and strings than any other alloy previously available. Cobalt Slinkys are also soft and silky to the touch, making string bending a breeze.

.010-.046 Light Gauge
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