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DR Strings HiDef Phosphorescent Orange Electric Light, .009 - .042, NOE-9

DR Strings HiDef Phosphorescent Orange Electric Light, .009 - .042, NOE-9
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By Dan M.
December 7, 2010
These strings setup like any other string. I use them on a 6 string Ibanez 1990 S with original Edge and an Ibanez RG7620 with Lo Pro Edge (with a bass string for the 7th string).

If you're playing a floyd and you change string gauge/brand you're going to have to set your guitar up.

These are a stainless steel hex wound string just like many other brands.

There is no problem with these string. They look killer, They sound killer, They stay good forever and the coating doesn't come off under your fingers. It'll wear a little were you pick and if you bend a whole bunch but other than that it's golden.

Best strings I've ever used.
By G W.
Not what I expected.
November 15, 2010
I just put my first set of DR Neon Orange 009 gauge Strings on my Ibanez. I'm not sure if anyone else experienced this but after putting them on, my string height was all off. Every note past 12th fret on the 1st string (high e) frets out and is dead. I had to increase the bridge height on that side so I can play them. The strings are likely wound differently and are therefore looser. This fact should be CLEARLY mentioned by DR Strings. No other strings behave like this on this guitar in the tuning I use. Also - my floating trem isn't floating so much with these. It's all the way back as the pull in the strings is so slack. The strings sound fine, and they look awesome...but since they are all slack like this, and I don't want to re-setup my guitar for one kind of strings, I can't use them.
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