When I switched strings, the strings on the DR Blues 010 are harder to bend and the guitar lost some of the glassy sound and is now meatier. It's almost like a different guitar. Anyone else find this difference when switching strings?
Back in the mid-80's I worked for a company where I could Get Boomers for $1.00 per set. I was dirt-poor, but they sucked so much I opted for something else. Maybe they've improved them since then.DR Tite Fit is the brand I have been using for awhile now , can't remember how I found them , used GHS Boomers for years before the DRs
DR makes bangin’ bass strings.Yes I've found that. It's rewarding to try as many different kinds as possible and see which stand out for you. I actually like PRS strings quite a lot.
DR sells a liquid polymer product and you can actually coat non coated strings or rub down your existing ones with it and they last quite a lot longer than without. Not a big fan of DR strings but the coating is nice if your favorites don't have a coated option.