Dean Markley 2550 Blue Steel Electric Guitar Strings XL 8-38
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.
-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 2.8 billion miles farther from the Sun than Earth).
Blue Steel… for a sound that’s out of this world.
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