GHS Guitar Boomers GBZW 10-60 Zakk Wylde Signature : tjon901 のユーザーレビュー (content in English)
"A Beefy setup"
The GHS Zakk Wylde Signature boomer strings were my preferred set of strings for as long as I could get them. When I was playing very intensely my primary tuning was D and the more tension I could get on my low strings the better. When I was a little kid I remember stareing at the Zakk Wylde GHS adds in magazines and marveling at how thick his low E string was. Playing these I can appreciate having good tension on the low strings. I can handle light strings for every other string but if my low E is too floppy I cant play at all. I will be pushing it out of tune constantly. This is a problem I have often when trying out different guitars that are not my own personal guitars. I used these strings in just about every tuning. Being 10 – 60 gauge they are the ultimate in light top heavy bottom. I used these strings in everything E standard to drop B. Like I said the tension on the other strings does not bother me just the low E. GHS strings to me feel like they are slightly a heavier gauge than other strings. I feel like a GHS 10 is bigger than an Ernie Ball 10 or another companies 10. The shop I got these at stopped selling them and I had to start buying 7 string sets to get my low E tension. Even then the low E was only a 52. That will tell you how crazy the Zakk Wylde set is when it comes to the low E. With that super thick low E you may need to file out some space on your nut to get it to sit properly but once your guitar is setup for the 60 it rings like crazy. Whatever tuning you do there is always good natural twang from the string and you get it nice and clear through your amp. If you are looking for the heaviest set of 6 strings you can find this is a good option if your hands are strong enough.