Dean Markley Blue Steel LTHB .010-.052
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Dean Markley Blue Steel LTHB .010-.052 E-Guitar Strings
Dean Markley Blue Steel Light Heavy Botton .010-.052 2558 LTHB .010 .013 .017 .030 .042 .052 ELECTRIC STRINGS
Blue Steel™ Electric
That's right, this is the one everyone's been talking about. It's simply amazing what a little -320º liquid nitrogen can do to a guitar string. If I were you, I'd put on a set and see what all the noise is about. Twice the tone and twice the life.
“I’m cold,” she murmured, hugging her knees on the couch beside me. Wuthering Heights was on the coffee table, closed and carefully bookmarked. I hadn’t realized that she’d stopped reading.
I was nearly finished restringing the electric with Blue Steels; she was watching me with casual interest.
The Experience continued...
shoulder, “I heard on the radio that it was only a few degrees away from being a record low today.”
I brought another string up to pitch. “Well, at least we’re not in Montana.”
“Why? Could it really be that much colder in Montana?”
“Their record low temperature,” I explained, “is seventy degrees below zero.”
“Is that right?” she asked playfully, nuzzling against my neck. “I wonder how the people there stay warm.”
By this time, I was in tune.
“Let me show you.”
-70°F is cold all right, but it’s not even close to being cold enough for us. In order to cryogenically treat our Blue Steel strings, the temperature has to reach –320°F (roughly the temperature of Neptune, a mere 35 million miles farther from the Sun than Earth).
Blue Steel… for a sound that’s out of this world