Do SIT (stay-in-tune) brand strings really stay-in-tune better than other brands of strings? I have bought them on occasion and did not really notice any length of time in-tune difference from the Ernie Balls that I usually use. There are guys that I know that swear they really stay in tune longer, but that could be:
1) Person bias
2) A side-effect of being a local company (Akron, Ohio)
3) A real difference on different (lower quality?) guitars
I usually play a good quality Stratocaster that stays in tune quite well anyways, so maybe this is not the best guitar to judge these strings by.
The company does state that they add a special "stay-in-tune" process to the manufacturing, but that could be:
1) total BS
2) a chemical treatment?
3) a special grind operation?
4) something else?
Does anybody know? Have any hunches?