• Stringjoy Signatures | Single Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings

    From: $1.50
    Single strings ship free in the USA with any order over $20

    Single strings are always a good idea. Nothing wrong with having a few extra of that string that always seems to break on you — just in case. Even better, grab singles in a few gauges that are slightly different than the set you’re getting, that way you can try a few variations and see what you like best.

    Choose your gauge, enter your quantity, and then click add to cart. If you need more than one gauge, just come back to this page to add the others.


    Wondering what P and W stand for? String length questions? Click to expand...

    What do the P’s and W’s mean?

    • All gauges lighter than .018 are plain steel, all heavier than .026 are nickel wound.
    • On gauges where we overlap, a “p” signifies plain steel, a “w” signifies a wound string.
    • So, if you see a .020w, that’s a wound string. A .020p is a plain string. If it doesn’t have either letter we only offer it as a wound string (if it’s heavier than .026) or a plain steel string (if it’s lighter than .018). Got it? Good.

    How long are your strings?

    • All our strings are at least 41″ from ball-end to tip. They’ll fit extended range and baritone guitars no problem.
    • Gauges heavier than .062 have a slight taper at 37″ from the ball end, and can also be unwound to fit into smaller tuning pegs, with a pair of needlenose pliers. If you’re having to do that often, it’s better to have a tech file out your tuning peg.

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  • Stringjoy Signatures | Bulk Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings – 25 pc.

    From: $28.00

    Need to seriously stock up? Have we got you covered? Boy howdy, do we ever.

    Our bulk strings come in packs of 25, coiled in individual envelopes.


    Wondering what P and W stand for? String length questions? Click to expand...

    What do the P’s and W’s mean?

    • All gauges lighter than .018 are plain steel, all heavier than .026 are nickel wound.
    • On gauges where we overlap, a “p” signifies plain steel, a “w” signifies a wound string.
    • So, if you see a .020w, that’s a wound string. A .020p is a plain string. If it doesn’t have either letter we only offer it as a wound string (if it’s heavier than .026) or a plain steel string (if it’s lighter than .018). Got it? Good.

    How long are your strings?

    • All our strings are at least 41″ from ball-end to tip. They’ll fit extended range and baritone guitars no problem.
    • Gauges heavier than .062 have a slight taper at 35.5″ from the ball end, and can also be unwound to fit into smaller tuning pegs, with a pair of needlenose pliers. If you’re having to do that often, it’s better to have a tech file out your tuning peg.

    Select options
  • Stringjoy Brights | Single Acoustic Guitar Strings

    From: $1.50
    Single strings ship free with any order over $20

    Single strings are always a good idea. Nothing wrong with having a few extra of that string that always seems to break on you — just in case. Even better, grab singles in a few gauges that are slightly different than the other acoustic sets you’re getting, that way you can try a few variations and see what you like best.

    Choose your gauge, enter your quantity, and then click add to cart. If you need more than one gauge, just come back to this page to add the others.


    Wondering what P and W stand for? Click to expand...

    What do the P’s and W’s mean?

    • All gauges lighter than .018 are plain steel, all heavier than .026 are 80/20 bronze wound.
    • On gauges where we overlap, a “p” signifies plain steel, a “w” signifies a wound string.
    • So, if you see a .020w, that’s a wound string. A .020p is a plain string. If it doesn’t have either letter we only offer it as a wound string (if it’s heavier than .026) or a plain steel string (if it’s lighter than .018). Got it? Good.

    Select options
  • Stringjoy Naturals | Single Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings

    From: $1.50
    Single strings ship free with any order over $20

    Single strings are always a good idea. Nothing wrong with having a few extra of that string that always seems to break on you — just in case. Even better, grab singles in a few gauges that are slightly different than the other acoustic sets you’re getting, that way you can try a few variations and see what you like best.

    Choose your gauge, enter your quantity, and then click add to cart. If you need more than one gauge, just come back to this page to add the others.

    Wondering what P and W stand for? Click to expand...

    What do the P’s and W’s mean?

    • All gauges lighter than .018 are plain steel, all heavier than .026 are 80/20 bronze wound.
    • On gauges where we overlap, a “p” signifies plain steel, a “w” signifies a wound string.
    • So, if you see a .020w, that’s a wound string. A .020p is a plain string. If it doesn’t have either letter we only offer it as a wound string (if it’s heavier than .026) or a plain steel string (if it’s lighter than .018). Got it? Good.

    Select options