Stringjoy Broadways | Heavy Bottom Light Gauge (10-52) Pure Nickel Electric Guitar Strings

Some folks call this gauge “Skinny Top”, some call ’em “Light Top, others call ’em “Thin Top”. But everyone agrees, they’ve got one heck of a heavy bottom. Our Heavy Bottom Light Broadways are a particularly fun set because the added flexibility of the wound strings offsets the extra tension... Read more
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Some folks call this gauge “Skinny Top”, some call ’em “Light Top, others call ’em “Thin Top”. But everyone agrees, they’ve got one heck of a heavy bottom. Our Heavy Bottom Light Broadways are a particularly fun set because the added flexibility of the wound strings offsets the extra tension nicely, giving you a set that’s plenty powerful, but also plenty playable.

If you’ve ever played Pure Nickel strings before, these strings have even more nickel in them than the strings you’ve played in the past. That means more of that rich, full tonal character. It also means more flexibility, since the round core is thinner than it is in other sets. But these don’t sacrifice when it comes to strength or durability either, and they hold tune with the best of ’em.

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Gauges: .010 – .013 – .017 – .030 – .042 – .052





How do we make our strings?

  • Stringjoy Broadways electric guitar strings are made by a small team in Nashville, TN, USA, out of all-American materials: our top quality pure nickel, wound around a round core wire.
  • The combination of better materials and more careful craftsmanship creates a more natural-sounding, longer lasting string, without the tone-deadening effects of string coatings.
  • We’re known for our quality control. Our strings are wound in small batches, and we use real human beings at every step of the process: the winding, the coiling, the packing, you name it.
  • Every string is inspected individually before it goes into your set. If anything is wrong with a string, from the way it’s secured around the ball end, through the entire winding, it doesn’t make the cut.

What does all that mean for you?

✓ Better tuning stability for the life of the string ✓ Longer string life and less breakage, when cared for properly ✓ Smoother, more balanced playability across the neck of the guitar

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