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Thread: When will we see the M Steels?

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    Of course! Can't wait to hear what you think. It'll be the first review on the forum (unless somebody else beats you to it)!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mysticman13 View Post
    I just received my jp6 last week and the shop got a few packs of m steels! I left with the first set out of the shop as a thank you! The will get on the guitar this week!
    Any one want me to come back with a review?
    Hi. I would be very interested in a review. Thanks.
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    Awesome, I read earlier on Twitter they are available.
    Can't wait to try them!

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    Just ordered a few sets, looking forward to trying them out.
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    I have a nickel allergy and currently use Ernie Ball stainless slinkies because of much lower nickel content. Are these M-steels going to replace the stainless? Also, I'd be interested in the percentage of nickel content in the M-steels, including the plain strings. I don't know what the nickel content is for the stainless, but I can use them without rash breaking out. Is it possible the plain strings are the same for both M-steels and stainless? Would like to try these new M-Steels.

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    Hey savemenow,
    great question! The M-Steel and Cobalt Slinkys are both great candidates for players with nickel allergies. There is ZERO NICKEL in Cobalt Slinky strings and the only nickel in M-Steels is in the core wire on the wound strings, so you won't have any problems. The outside of the wound strings is iron and cobalt - no nickel at all. The plain strings are also nickel free. Stainless will still stick around for those that prefer stainless.

    I would definitely recommend checking out the new M-Steels. You shouldn't have any problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCStingray View Post
    Hey savemenow,
    great question! The M-Steel and Cobalt Slinkys are both great candidates for players with nickel allergies. There is ZERO NICKEL in Cobalt Slinky strings and the only nickel in M-Steels is in the core wire on the wound strings, so you won't have any problems. The outside of the wound strings is iron and cobalt - no nickel at all. The plain strings are also nickel free. Stainless will still stick around for those that prefer stainless.

    I would definitely recommend checking out the new M-Steels. You shouldn't have any problems.
    Hey, thanks!! That's great to hear. Last I read, 6% of the population has a nickle allergy. I will definitely try out the M-steels!!

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