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Stringjoy Orbiters | Balanced Light Gauge (10-48) Coated Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings

Hold on to your guitar picks, because Stringjoy Orbiters Balanced Light Gauge (10-48) Coated Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings are about to rock your world – and then some!

These strings are like the Swiss Army Knife of guitar strings – versatile, reliable, and always ready for action. Whether you’re strumming open chords or shredding through a face-melting solo, these strings will give you the perfect balance of tone and playability.

But that’s not all – these strings are coated with a special enamel that’s tougher than Chuck Norris on a bad day. That means you can play as hard as you want, without having to worry about your strings giving out on you.

And the sound? Oh, the sound. These nickel-wound strings will give you a tone that’s so sweet, you’ll forget all about that pint of ice cream you were about to dive into after practice time. And thanks to their balanced tension, you’ll be able to play for hours on end without even breaking a sweat.

So whether you’re playing for a crowd of thousands or just your cat (hey, we don’t judge), Stringjoy Orbiters Balanced Light Gauge (10-48) Coated Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings are the way to go. Get ready to rock like never before!

Gauges: .010 – .0135 – .017 – .026w – .036 – .048


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Typically, it takes 1-2 business days (M-F) to process your order, regardless of the shipping option selected at checkout. We run on a lean manufacturing model, so when you order strings directly from us, they were made fresh just for you. In rare cases we experience extremely high demand and it may take a few extra days for your order to ship. We ship Monday through Friday, excluding weekends and holidays. You will receive a confirmation e-mail with a tracking link once your order ships.

Almost certainly. We make our strings longer than just about any company to ensure that they will fit on all guitars. All plain steel strings are 43″, wound guitar strings are 46.5″ total with a 39.75″ winding length, and bass strings are 54″ total with a 48″ winding length (or 45″ for short and medium scale bass strings). Bass strings and guitar strings heavier than .060 have varying taper lengths, for full details please see “How long are your strings?” on our FAQs page.

Our goal is to make strings that sound fuller, feel smoother, and last longer than the other strings on the market. Having a slightly higher price-point enables us to be more selective with which materials make it into your set, and to afford the skilled staff that we need to craft strings that are a cut above the rest.

Yes, we make all our strings in our shop in Nashville, TN. We know that many brands do not, but we’ve never wanted to be like the rest of the string brands out there. It’s our mission to make the best strings in the world, and we couldn’t do that unless we could own and master every portion of the process ourselves. We obsess over every single detail of our strings, and we believe that once you install them, you’ll immediately be able to tell the difference a quality string makes.

Yes! International shipping rates are quoted at checkout and we subsidize them to keep them as low as possible. All import duties or fees are the responsibility of the recipient. International orders typically take 1-4 weeks to arrive, depending on the destination. With the exception of AFO / DPO / FPO Military Mail, we are unable to ship to the following countries: Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Burundi, Cote d’ivoire (Ivory Coast), Croatia, Cuba, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Liberia, Libya, Moldova, Montenegro, Myanmar (Burma), Nigeria, North Korea, Paraguay, Republic of the Congo, Russia, Serbia, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, South Sudan, Syria, Togo, Yemen and Zimbabwe.

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