Slide ULTRAMAG TYPE 52 ALLOY STRINGS FOR ELECTRIC GUITAR

MATERIAL

Type 52 alloy roundwound

GAUGE

10 • 13 • 17 • 26 • 36 • 46

TONE

MID PRONOUNCED

OUTPUT

HIGH
Rotosound Ultramag Ultra Mag Yellow UM10 UM 10 Electric Guitar Strings. Nickel on steel British handmade quality best instrument string. giutar stings srings wire type 52 alloy roundwound round wound plain wrapped wrap high output set premium

Ultramag Regular | 10-46

High energy at your fingertips!

Our new Ultramag strings are made with type 52 alloy – a highly magnetic material made from 52% nickel and 48% iron.

This blend gives Ultramag strings more power, sustain, and a longer string life than traditional nickel or steel strings.

State of the art

Ultramag strings deliver a strong output with pronounced mid and low frequencies – perfect for powerful lead lines and driving riffs.

We use type 52 alloy designed for use in the aerospace industry allowing Ultramag strings to maintain their tuning in the most extreme environments.

To top this all off, type 52 alloy has corrosion resistant properties so your great tone keeps going for longer.

 

This innovation continues Rotosound’s proud legacy of cutting-edge string design that started with our roundwound strings in the sixties.

British quality

Manufactured in the UK to precise tolerances and using only the finest materials, you can rely on Rotosound strings for consistent tone and performance in every packet.

Every Ultramag string is manufactured on custom built machines designed and built in the UK by Jason How.

type 52 alloy

This high-end range uses a premium material to produce a stronger, longer lasting string with an unrivalled tone.

Type 52 alloy combines the excellent resonant properties and magnetic response of steel with the accentuated middle and bass frequencies offered by nickel.

Tension chart

note

Diameter

Tension

E

0.010″

13.70 lbs

B

0.013″

12.84 lbs

G

0.017″

16.16 lbs

D

0.026″

18.86 lbs

A

0.036″

18.81 lbs

E

0.046″

17.71 lbs

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