RotoSound Seven (7) and Eight (8) String Guitar Strings
Rotosound has been making guitar strings and bass strings since the 1950s, when James How was looking for new strings for his Austrian zithers and decided to make his own. The company is now led by the second generation of the family, Jason C. How, and continues to produce a wide selection of strings with input from famous musicians who have sought out the company over the years in search of a specific sound. Rotosound strings have been used by performers such as Jimi Hendrix, John Entwistle and Sting, among many others. Just Strings carries the Roto Pinks and Roto Yellows seven-string electric guitar string sets. In both sets, the four bass strings are wound, nickel on steel. The RotoSound Nickel Electrics Roto Pinks are a thinner gauge than the RotoSound Nickel Electrics Roto Yellows. These Roto Pinks and Yellows have a reputation for adding life and additional depth to your guitar’s sound.