09-46 Nickel Wound Six Pack

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Curt Mangan 9-46 Electric Guitar Nickel Wound Set.

Gauges: 9-11-16-26w-36-46

String Length: 43 inches

Nickel-Plated Steel wound strings were introduced in the late Sixties and have become the most popular alloy for electric guitars and bass. Nickel-plated steel tends to offer the most balanced tone.

Nickel Wound strings are created by wrapping Nickel-Plated Steel alloys around a hex-shaped core wire which is made from tin-plated high-carbon steel (same as plain strings, but hex-shaped). The core-to-wrap ratio is the combined diameters of the core wire and the wrap wire which creates the overall diameter of the string.

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4 Reviews

  • 5
    Fusion Matched Strings

    Posted by Al Padgett on 10th Jun 2020

    In the past 50 years I have gone through many different brands and gauges of strings. Curt Mamgan makes strings that are about as good as you can get. Hybrid Gauge are for me E, A & D are from a 10 gauge set and give a really nice punch on the bottom end while the G, B & E are from a 9 gauge set. Retain their brilliance and snap 2 to 3 time longer than the Ernie Ball Hybrids I use to use. And all this at really great prices! Best thing though, if you call with a problem - most likely Curt himself will probably answer the call and personally take care of you! It just doesn't get any better that that! Thank you Curt! Alp...

  • 5
    9-46 Nickel Wound

    Posted by Bruce Blevins on 1st Feb 2020

    Loved these strings from the very first set! I had been using the same brand for years and have tried many others. I put these on and never looked back. Minimal stretch to get the first tuning, stay in tune and long lasting. Thanks Curt!

  • 5
    10-46 Nickel Wound

    Posted by steve reynolds on 19th Dec 2015

    Tunes up quicker, stays in tune better, and sounds better than any string I've ever used. Awesome product. Steve R

  • 5
    Great Strings

    Posted by Unknown on 11th Nov 2014

    Curts strings are great I use them on all my guitars. They hold tuning well and when you put a new set on you don't have to stretch them alot to get your first tuning. they also last a long time between changes. I have an old telecaster that I had them on for almost a year and they still sounded good when I changed them. Keep up the good work C.M.

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