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D’Addario EXL110-3D Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings, Regular Light, 10-46, 3 Sets

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Your Strings Matter.

D'Addario's XL Nickel Wound electric guitar strings are engineered to serve as the critical link between you and your guitar. XL's are precision wound with highly magnetic nickel-plated steel to exacting specifications, resulting in strings with long lasting, distinctive bright tone, and excellent intonation. Ideal for the widest variety of guitars and musical styles, XL's are the choice of countless professionals around the world.

Round Wound

The most popular and universal construction, Round Wound strings deliver the traditional textured feel most players are familiar and comfortable with.

Nickel-plated Steel

Renowned for their distinctive, bright tone, XL nickel-plated steel is the industry standard for many genres and playing styles.

Hex Core

D'Addario Nickel Wound strings are wound with nickelplated steel onto a carefully drawn, hexagonally shaped, high carbon steel core. A high carbon steel alloy that is six-sided in cross section. When usedas the core or “center†of a musical string, the 6 edge points firmly grip every turn of the wrapwire, ensuring a tight wrap and longer-lasting string.

The D'Addario Difference

It all starts with our exclusively engineered and built string winding machines. There is literally nothing like a D'Addario string machine. The combination of the most advanced computer-controlled winding technology and stringent incoming wire inspection delivers unmatched consistency, string after string, set after set. Every D'Addario string is made in the USA, ensuring the highest quality and performance.

String alloys have a dramatic impact on your tone, feel and string life. D'Addario's diverse selection of electric string alloys include:

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Nickel Wound

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Chromes

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Pure Nickel

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Half Round

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Pro Steel

Mellow

Bright

Super Bright

Round Wound

Flat Round

Half Round

Customer Reviews

Best-sounding, longest-lasting, best-playing, affordable strings for electric guitar

19 people found this helpful.
 on April 9, 2016
By yep
First off, reviewing guitar strings objectively is extremely difficult. Any new set of strings will generally sound, feel, and play better than any old set of strings. Moreover, changing strings, tuning them, and breaking them in takes enough time that it is practically impossible to get an exact AB comparison across different brands in real-time. You need two otherwise identical guitars with otherwise identical wood, setup, electronics, fret age, etc, and you need to fit them both with new strings of the exact same gauge and type but different brands, in order to really assess the differences between two brands objectively. Which is close to impossible.

Good Strings At A Good Value!

19 people found this helpful.
 on July 10, 2015
By Mr. Martay
I am a gigging musician and have been using these strings for years. They are relatively inexpensive, have a pleasing tone (to my ears) and they last a long time without eventually getting a “dead sound.” Once installed, I find that these strings stay in tune nicely.

my favorite all-around strings

3 people found this helpful.
 on December 30, 2016
By C. Jackson
I spent years trying out different guitar strings from different manufacturers and time after time I kept coming back to these. They stay in tune well, they stay fresh for a long time, they sound well in every guitar I’ve put them in, and they’re competitively priced. I’ve played better sounding strings (that cost more), and I’ve played more comfortable strings (that cost *MUCH* more), but these fulfill all of the basic requirements I have for a guitar string, and I buy them bulk to put on all the guitars I set up and have not received a single complaint. Even from people who are used to playing 11s with a wrapped G. It’s my personal opinion that 9s are only useful in situations where you don’t want to bother setting up the action and intonation, and in every situation I’ve personally encountered, a guitar set up properly with good fret dressing, good action, and proper pickup height sounds best with 10s on it.

Great for Heavy Handed Players!

9 people found this helpful.
 on March 25, 2014
By Gordon Tubbs
I regularly play acoustic and electric guitar and so my playing technique is very “heavy handed”, which is somewhat necessary for playing an acoustic guitar if you really want good intonation and presence. Unfortunately, electric guitars require more finesse and dexterity if you want to get the most of your vibrato or bends, which is why 0.9 to 0.11 gauge string sets are the de facto preference for every player.

Is your guitar acting a bit "high strung" lately? If not, try these!

One person found this helpful.
 on January 5, 2017
By Techie
Having just recently been made aware of Nashville Tuning or “high strung” guitar tuning, I started by grabbing a bunch of old, but unused strings of different manufacturers… just to try it out. The end result was WAY less than acceptable. So I sent for a set of acoustic and another of electric “Nashville Tuning” strings. What a difference! D’addario makes some of the best strings in the world, and this set-up is amazing when you have great strings.

Works for short-scale ERG’s with standard tuners

4 people found this helpful.
 on March 7, 2015
By Reader Rabbit
A user-friendly, economical string set for short-scale, 7-string (yes, 7-string) guitars. On my 25″-scale (PRS-inspired) 7-string, the .074 string — intended as an 8th string in this set — holds reasonably tight tuning as a 7th string downtuned to low A.

The Perfect Gauge String – Finally

One person found this helpful.
 on May 21, 2017
By Eric Madis
I have used D’Addario for about as long as they have been in business, and used other brands for years before that. I strung my electric guitars for years with .010s, and then about 20 years ago, I started stringing them with .011s. The thicker gauge gave me a warmer, darker tone, allowing me to open up the pots on my pickups more and not constantly turn the treble down a half a notch on the amplifier. And I still use .011s for some of my gigs. But generally, I have found that, for my real string-bending gigs and sessions (where I might need to play repetitive bending licks), the .011s are a little more limiting and they tend to be even a little too warm (for let’s say blues gigs). This EXL100+ set with .0105s is the perfect half-way between the two gauges, and in fact I have been saying for years that D’ Addario needed to make this gauge, since they make a .095 gauge that has made many rockers happy. So check out this strings…..get the warmth of .011s with a tiny bit more presence and flexibility, or get the flexibility of .010s with a bit more warmth.

Best Strings Around

One person found this helpful.
 on October 26, 2016
By Amazon Customer
Great string. When I first started playing guitar, I chose Ernie Ball (because that seems to be the most well-known brand). Those strings always seemed to break after a while, though, and so eventually I moved on to trying new string brands. After I tried D’Addario, I really haven’t used any other brands. They are color coded at the bottom to easily differentiate which string is which and the strings always sound great after they’re broken in. They always seem to last forever, and I only really get a broken string after many, many months. Some of my guitars have had the same set of D’Addario strings for a few years and haven’t broken yet. Overall these are great strings. I always use .10’s, but I have used the .09’s before and they have the same quality as well. I would definitely recommend this brand of strings, and I would also advise any potential buyers to spend the extra money for a 3-pack. Even though these strings are the best quality I’ve ever used, they will still break from time to time. That’s just how strings are. So save yourself some time and money and get the 3-pack (unless you’re still testing out different string gauges, in which case a 3-pack might be a waste of money).

Simply the best strings

2 people found this helpful.
 on October 27, 2016
By R. Jackson
I’ve been using D’ Addario strings for a few years now and they’re simply the best performers at least for me. They keep their brightness longer than any I’ve ever used and in 4 years I only broke one string (and that was my fault), I use standard 10’s on my Hamer Studio and I use the skinny top / heavy bottom hybrids on my Les Paul. Wouldn’t change them for anything else. If you’ve never tried them you should grab a set and give them a go. you’ll be glad you did. Oh yeah one more thing, the prices for these here on Amazon are the best. I can’t come close when buying locally. I’m talking a HUGE difference.

Excellent gauge heavier players in Standard E tuning

One person found this helpful.
 on August 26, 2016
By Patrick
I’ve been an Ernie Ball man for almost 20 years and their Not Even Slinky strings were my favorite for tuning to drop C on a 25.5″ scale guitar. However, after playing in standard E tuning for several years consistently, I’ve been slow tweaking my gauges and this might just be my favorite. I always felt the Ernie Ball Skinny Top Heavy Bottom set to be to skinny on top, and the Power Slinky set to be a little thin on the bottom. Beefy Slinkys were just a bit too heavy, so this set is just what I was looking for. They feel slightly different than the Slinkys (they don’t have as much of the “springiness”) but that’s a personal preference and a very minute one at that.

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XL STRINGS D'Addario EXL110-3D Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings, Regular Light, 10-46, 3 Sets EXL110, D'Addario's best selling set, offers the ideal combination of tone, flexibility and long life. The standard for most electric guitars. Buy 3 sets and save! Your Strings Matter.D'Addario's XL Nickel Wound electric guitar strings are engineered to serve as the critical link between you and your guitar. XL's are precision wound with highly magnetic nickel-plated steel to exacting specifications, resulting in strings with long lasting, distinctive bright tone, and excellent intonation. Ideal for the widest v
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