20% Recommend this product (1 of 5 responses)
By Ken W.
What's not to like?
December 2, 2019
I back up a singer who strums in a vicious sort of way and can break E and B strings before the first break. I thought I'd give titanium a shot and see if they might last a whole gig. They did make it through an entire evening and mid way into a second gig. So there you go. I'm happy. They sound great when first strung up. I haven't let them get rusty yet so I couldn't gauge their longevity.
EB Super Slinky
September 5, 2012
Only strings I use. Been using them since I was a kid. Super quality, super long lasting, super sound and super feel. As for Joe Shmow, that makes no sense.
Ernie Ball Coated Strings
September 9, 2010
I started using Ernie Ball RPS strings about 6 years ago when I found out that Clapton used them on his strats straight out of the factory. I have a lot of strats...some masterbuilt by Todd Krause who builds a lot of EC's guitars. The RPS strings mean Reinforced Plain Strings which made the first three (thinnest) strings coated. Now EB comes out with all coated. I can't remember breaking strings at all with these strings and they last forever. I change them just because they've been on so long sometimes (not that they need it). Joe Shmo who wrote they broke all the time duped anybody who didn't buy them because of what he said. I hope "you" didn't listen to that idiot. JS Probably works for competitor or doesn't even play!
By J G.
Ernie Ball Titanium 10's
April 19, 2010
Great tone and long wearing, plus I've never had one break.
By joe s.
March 8, 2010
i bought these strings a week ago, played twice they all broke, due to horrible quality.