Product Review: GHS BOOMERS Electric Guitar Strings – 10-46 Gauge

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AS SEEN IN GUITAR GIRL MAGAZINE ISSUE 6

Believe it or not, after over 20 years of playing guitar, I have never tried GHS Boomers strings! I recently put them on my guitar and played two shows with them, and I love them. They feel great, stay in tune, and although I can’t yet speak for their longevity, the word in the guitar community is that they are long lasting and rarely break. 

I put these strings through some paces. I am heavy handed when I play rhythm chords, and I really like to dig in and bend the strings during solos. These strings held up perfectly – despite being put on recently. The tone was great, and they felt good under my fingers.  

At a cost of around $5 a set, I can’t believe I haven’t tried them sooner. These strings are round wound nickel plated steel. I tried the 10-46 gauge strings, but they come in a wide assortment of other gauges to suit different players and different needs.  

Considering their feel, durability, and cost, it makes them a great choice for people with multiple guitars and those who gig often and need to change them frequently. A solid string at an affordable price, what more can you ask for?  

GHSStrings.com
$5.19 

SOURCEGuitar Girl Magazine Issue 6
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Born and Raised in Miami, FL, Vanessa started playing music at a young age. Progressing through high school, Vanessa was playing and performing on multiple instruments including guitar, piano and trumpet. She was awarded a scholarship to attend Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. During her time there, she studied the guitar playing of such influences as Pat Martino, Slash, Pat Metheny, John Scofield, Eric Johnson and many others. After graduating with a degree in Music Business, she went on to work with such artists as Pat Metheny and Christian McBride. After years in the business end of the industry, she decided to pursue her own performing career and moved to Atlanta, GA. Once in Atlanta, she was playing with several groups, and doing recording sessions.  A year later, she was chosen as a finalist by Beyonce to audition for her all-girl backup band. Vanessa has traveled the world playing guitar, visiting countries such as France, Germany, Egypt, Italy, Japan, South America and the Caribbean. She has performed on the bill with such renown artists as Darius Rucker, LA Sno, KISS, Skid Row and Paramore. She is currently recording and performing as the front woman for rock trio, BAST. www.vanessaizabella.com

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