The new trio of slinky strings offer an array of different guages and thicknesses, adding to the recent release of Ultra and Burly Slinkys that slunk to shop' shelves in March.
Back in March, Ernie Ball unveiled their first new string guages in over a decade with the drop of the Burly and Ultra Slinkys.
And they've kept up the momentum here, with Primo Slinkys on the range between Regular and Super Slinkys, with guages of 9.5, 12, 24, 34 and 44.
Mega Slinkys will produce that thicker sound, with guages at 10.5, 13.5, 17.5, 28, 38 and 48.
Meanwhile, the Mamoth Slinkys are designed for drop A, B and C standard tunings, with 12 - 62 guages.
Head to CMC Music to find out more.