The Smooth and Balanced Strings are made of bronze and have a rustproof coating. Each set include 6pcs guitar strings. Light gauge:.014.023.030.67531 A very practical tool that will help you restring the guitar easily and quickly is included in the 3-in-1 Restring tool. Accurate guitar tuning and No Buzz guitar capo will protect your guitar against scratches, and make tuning quick and easy. You can change the tone by keeping the frets locked. Both capo and tuner are perfect for instruments like guitar, ukulele, violin, and bass. The pick with 3 corners of different thickness:.020,.030, and.040. You can change the thickness whenever you please. The leather pick holder with key ring is so convenient and easy to find when you are carrying guitar out for performing. The front view of the guitar is shown with the letters representing the names of the chords. Left to Right strings from 6th, 5th, 4th, 3rd, 2nd and 1st. The cards are printed on both sides. It's convenient for beginners to practice and carry, so they can be familiar with guitar chords.
👤The strings are pretty good for the price, the clip-on tuner is pretty decent, and the Capo is a good musical instrument. The way the strings were packaged was not good, for although they arrived intact, all strings are in two seperate bags and there is nothing labeled by size. If you need to fix a broken string, you have to take all the strings out of the plastic bags and figure out which size you want to use, and then wrap them all back up again.
👤It was exactly what I was looking for, thanks for putting it together. I'm a beginner with the guitar and I really like the small compact chart. The capo and turner were in a sealed package. I don't know much about guitar string repairs or replacements, but I appreciate the tools. I like the finger protectors, they fit my fingers nicely, but they are too thin. I'm not sure how much protection they'll give me, I'll add on to that review later. I like the key chain leather pick holder, it held all 6 picks, but I would prefer the kind of pick holder I could keep with my guitar. The finger picks weren't snug enough on my fingers, and they didn't fit at all. 3 of the 6 picks weren't good, but that's the only bad thing about this kit. One was damaged and used up, the other was chewed up. They were my favorite colors and I was disappointed.
👤Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned musician, this may be the best deal you can find. The package is well put together. You have an assortment of picks, strings, a clip-on tuner tool, and a 3 in 1 tool which is a string cutter and acoustic guitar pin removal, all for a very low price. An extra set of pins, and a saddle are all you need for your acoustic guitar. The strings are usually worth about 6$. The clip on tuner adds to the value and comes with a battery. I was surprised by the starter kit. The three set of strings are not labeled and come in separate packaging. You have to sort each string in a certain order. There is a I've been playing for a while and know my strings well, so it's a minor issue for me. The string looks and sounds good so far. You get about 50$ worth of stuff for 16 dollars usd after taxes.
👤The strings are clear. It's an amazing product.
👤This is a great starter kit for beginners. The guitar setup kit is the most complete I have ever seen. It has everything you need to repair or set up your acoustic guitar. The kit contains a small acoustic guitar tuning that clips to the headstock of the guitar, a set of 4 fingertip guards, and a string cutter. A complete set of finger picks, 1 thumb, and 4 finger pack of assorted guitar picks, 2 sets of string pegs, 1 white, and 1 black nut and bridge sets, and a key ring with 2 guitar picks are included in the heavy grades. The items are in a complete kit. I have to admit that some of the things in this kit are not the best quality, but for the price and all it comes with, it's still a good deal. A great starter kit.
Extra light for playing. A bright tone mixed with a deep and projecting bottom end. Plain steel.020,.014,.023,.030,.039,. Always, the packaging for fresh strings is resistant to corrosive elements. It was made in the U.S.A. for the highest quality.
👤3 star strings are medium. Went mellow too soon. Light is 5 stars. Light ones should be on my new Yamaha. The sound is bright and long lasting. The video was recorded without an amplifier.
👤They are falling apart because they are only playing for two months. The G string has tiny burrs at some fret contact points. The lower strings have a nice sound, but the high E is very bright to the point of almost sounding sharp even when perfectly tuning. I like D'Addarios. I put the extra-lights on for ease of bending, but I got a bad set. If you're buying a D'Addario gauge, take the reviews with a grain of salt, unless they list the specific gauge you're buying.
👤I've been buying D'Addario strings for 15 years. They were my go-tos for my first acoustic when I had my electrics set up. I have never had a sound or string break in the box. They usually play for at least 4 months. These have been the same. I took them off to try another set from a different brand, rolled them up in a new wrapper, and then put them back on and they sounded just as good. Good quality, economy strings. They are great for the price point, but they could be better. They don't sing or sustain indefinitely like the other more expensive strings, which is my only complaint. It's more of a case of being spoiled by the other strings than it is of the bad strings. I would always want to keep a set of these on hand. The rewards program, helpful ball end colors, and anti-corrosion packaging are all things you can't go wrong with.
👤I have been using D'addario strings for 25 years and always recommend them to my students. Maybe I never strung up a pair of the 80/20 Bronze because I would have seen it. D'addario should remove these from their catalog. My wife said something to the effect of "that is really hard to listen to" with the first few bars after stringing em up. D'addario was requested to send me a pack of the bronze and remove it from their product line.
👤The bass has the right amount of brightness in it. The gauge makes it easy to get the right tension. Istrum with a pick and play both fingerstyle and strum with a pick. After 4 months, they're maintaining their tone well and holding the tuning well, unlike other strings which are stretched or stiffened in a month. When I put on new strings, this will be my second set.
👤INRDeals In a concert. Fourteen years ago, when I first started playing, strings were just strings. I learned a lot about the things that happen. If you play daily, you should change the strings every month to two months. Either give or take. This was the information I was given. I would go for a year and a half during busy times. I like to try different strings every month because it has been on a daily basis. I had a bluegrass mix last time. I may have to have a few of these packs. I like these with my cedar top.
The D'Addario's bestselling electric guitar set is called the XL Nickel Wound Electric Guitar Strings. Your extra string sets are kept fresh by the packaging and the distinctive bright tone of the XL's. For the ultimate performance, D'Addario nickel wound strings are wound with nickel-plated steel onto a hexagonally shaped, high carbon steel core. These are the best electric guitar strings for a wide range of guitars and musical styles. Many professionals across many genres choose the XL. Plain steel is included in the electric string set's gauges. 012,. 012,. The nickel wound is. . 036,. 048 D'Addario uses centuries of string-making experience and advanced computer-controlled winding technology to bring you the most durable, consistent and long- lasting guitar strings. Only D'Addario strings are sealed inside and out.
👤It is extremely difficult to objectively review guitar strings. Any new set of strings will play better than the old ones. Changing strings, tuning them, and breaking them in can take a long time, so it's hard to get an exact comparison of the brands in real-time. You need two guitars with the same wood, setup, electronics, fret age, etc, and you need to fit them both with new strings of the exact same gauge and type but different brands, in order to really assess the differences between two brands objectively. Which is close to impossible. I own four electric guitars and the studio I work in has about a dozen more. Over the past 15 years as a musician, sound engineer, and stage hand, I have almost certainly played or recorded over 100 times. I can say a few things, but I can't say I did a scientific head-to-head double-blind test. I've tried a lot of different string, from the store brand to the mail-order brand. I prefer other brands over D'Addario for bass. The D'Addario nickel wounds are great. They have a high-quality sound for a new guitar string, straight down the middle of how a roundwound nickel string should sound. Longevity is a story that is often not understood. Here are the things that compromise metal guitar strings. There is metal fatigue. When bending and vibrating a piece of metal, it becomes brittle and can develop tiny cracks. It's because of tension, stretching, and deformation that coated strings that are never played become dull and dead sounding after a couple months of sitting on a guitar. If you just leave them sitting on your guitar, the strings will wear out faster. D'Addario strings are among the best in terms of staying supple, soft, and flexible in the mainstream guitar strings. 2. The surface oxidizes. This is where we can help. The corroding effect on metal strings is caused by exposure to air, sweat, and skin oils. The black, coppery-smelling stripes that you get on your fretting hand are the result of a chemical breakdown in the alloy your strings are made from. The marketing materials for coated- strings often exaggerate these effects, but they are not close to the first thing that kills a set of strings. People think that if they keep their strings shiny, they will sound and play like new, but it's not true. Not true. The problem of surface corrosion is a real one, but it is a minor one for most players who keep their guitars in conditioned spaces and who play with clean hands. Even coated strings need to be changed even if they have never been played or taken out of the case after a couple weeks of being installed at tension. 3. The final and most unavoidable symptom is physical deformation. Unless your frets are made of softer metal than your strings, playing your guitar inevitably creates "flat spots" on the strings, where they contact the frets. The bridge and nut are similar. These become physical deformities in the string's resonance characteristics, as well as increasing metal fatigue and compromising surface integrity at those points, affecting both of the above. If you want soft, supple nickel strings that won't chew up your frets, I think these are your best overall choice. If you have serious problems related to surface corrosion, due to bodilyPH imbalances or outdoor gig, you might benefit from coated strings. The strings are going to wear out from metal fatigue, and that will affect the sound and playability.
The acoustic guitar strings are made with bronze wrap wire. It was played for a bright tone and presence. Ultra-thin NANOWEB coating provides a more traditional textured feel. Their patented coating technology protects against common rust, which is why it is more effective than any other brand's coated strings. The light gauge is.012.016. .053
👤It's money well spent if you want to get into a set of Elixer strings. I was a college student and could never justify spending more money on something I had never heard of. I have been playing Elixers for the past 10 years after trying a set. I can tell you that these strings make any guitar sound better, even if I don't know the science behind it. They give a bright, even, and deep tone that is 888-270-6611 They last twice as long as needed to be replaced. The webbing on these strings makes them much easier to use for beginners and experienced guitarists alike. You won't be as bad as other brands if you slide up and down the strings. One point of clarification is that you should buy the NANOWEB instead of POLYWEB. The Poly coating on your guitar can make you uncomfortable to play and make you feel bad for being civilized. Your baby will be good to you if you keep her looking good. If you remember correctly, the poly-coated strings held their sound and playability even longer than the Nanoweb coating, so if that's more of a priority for you, you don't feel bad about it. If you're looking for the best guitar strings on the market, you've found them. Order some strings if you don't know the correct weight. I don't think you'll regret it.
👤Have a Yamaha acoustic that has a polyweb light. The performance was destroyed by that. I was amazed at the difference strings can make. I know they can. An upgrade. Forget "Poly". It's called "Nano" from now on as well as 80/20 Bronze. It's like I bought a new guitar and a new car at the same time. All strings are brighter, longer and truer. The increased force to fret the strings is the sacrifice, even though I now know that a full body needs a heavier string. I have to strengthen my left fingers. It is easy to feel. I feel I made two changes that were in the right direction.
👤When is the time to replace a guitar string? That's easy. When it stops. Not quite true, but with these strings you might be more likely to have the sting break before they need to be replaced. I will get a lot of flack for that, because some people think that strings need to be bright sounding once they are gone. I don't agree. The string will fade when it starts out bright. They got into a mellow tone with more pronounced bass and smoother treble after that. They start to sing. You get a smooth sound after the sustain builds. The music hits everyone's ears when the last tone shift hits. When should you change them? The strings don't stay in tune after a song or two for me. I play about an hour a day and sometimes more on the weekends, but I haven't noticed a need to replace them after a few months. The technology is amazing. Buy Elixor and never look back. If you are wondering, I play an acoustic Taylor 216.
It's easy to clip on the guitar and change it quickly. It can change the keys during a song. This capo can be used for acoustic and electric guitars,banjos,mandolins and ukuleles. Perfectly balanced pressure for that clear tone with a strong spring. The guitars are protected from scratches with a high-grade aluminum alloy material and thicker silicone pad. The unique beautiful wood finish capo with 5 medium picks which are shipped by random,might not be the same color as the picture, but the same quality and also super beautiful. This capo comes with a lifetime warranty.
👤I would have known about them. Just returned a poor quality, and decided to try this one. What a difference! Strong spring action. It was almost half the price. Wingo rocks!
👤I bought this item back in November. It is in my box. The only thing this capo does well is de- tune my guitar, specifically on strings 1 - 3. The geometry of the capo is not universal to all guitars. The spring tension is mediocre and there is no tensioning adjustment to compensate between the requirements of different instruments. There are wide-ranging differences between guitar, ukulele and bass necks. It's hard to imagine how a wooden capo with a spring would support all three instruments. Unless one is lucky enough to have a guitar that fits perfectly, I wouldn't recommend the product. The model was replaced with a tensioning screw/knife.
👤I am an idiot. I remember nothing even though I took Lessons as a kid. I saw a guitar on a vine and was excited. I have been trying to relearn. I have to hide from my cat. Quietly, she is aware of it. I decided to go to the old city bar for the holiday and couldn't figure out why it sounded so bad. I pulled up diff versions and they were terrible. You have to capo the 3rd fret. How did I miss that? I used a pen after I ordered this. Wow. What a difference! I'm still awful, but it's a better version. This is perfect. Good price and no buzz, but it looks nice.
👤This is a nice capo. The wood grain look is great for my acoustic guitar. Who cares if it's not real wood? It doesn't allow string buzz and has nice tension. The tension is strong for them to open easily. I didn't think it was a problem. I would take a strong one over a weak one. The extra picks are nice.
👤I have had capo for 50 years and it has worked better than others. One string was left inadequately depressed, making it impossible to use.
👤I thought I'd give this brand a try after the Kyser capo's silicone protectors gave up the ghost after 25 years. It works as well as the Kyser for half the price. I have a variation of the wood grain Kyser that looks better than the black one. The Kyser is the gold standard for this type of spring loaded capo, and this one feels just as stiff. I have not noticed that the strings are out of tune after applying this capo. The advantage of this over the Shubb Deluxe is the ability to adjust the tension knob without messing with the head stock.
👤I have an issue with this capo being too tight for some of the strings so it makes a buzzing sound. I have found that if I change the positioning of the capo a bit, it works. It's easier to work with than some of the other capos I've used. The way the handle is made for this one must be better.
Steel outer wrap. It was a perfect blend of highs and lows. It's suitable for all styles of music. 012, 014,
👤I fell in love with these strings because they were the stock strings on the 59 reissue. The magic was gone after I changed the strings. The guitar was harder to play. Put these back on and they felt right again. They have less tension than most popular nickel wound strings and sound warmer. I use them on my vehicles.
👤You can usually get a 3-pack of these for less than a 3-pack of D'Addario. They are priced right compared to those two. They are good strings, but restrained in tone compared to other brands. They wear out quicker than the Slinkys. I wear strings out fast because I play a lot. The extra money spent on the other brands is worth it, as I like the tone better on the other brands and they both last longer. These do sound good, if not remarkable, and represent a great value for the money. If you don't look for something with a heavier or brighter tone, they are a good value. Reviewers who said they had strings snap while putting them on, or within 10 minutes of playing, are doing something wrong. If they are strung up correctly, that shouldn't happen.
👤I don't like giving negative reviews. The quality control seems to be run by monkeys. Dumb ones. The fender 250 strings cost me $180.00 in a doctor's bill. The metal got so deep in the finger that it needed to be lanced by a doctor and chunked out. Its miserable. I saw the horror that is fender strings after looking with spy glass. So angry.
👤I used the original strings from my Squire Bullet and the ones from my Vibe 60. They were decent, but not much to make me want to buy more sets. I changed my mind at the last moment, when the strings were on a good sale price. Both guitars sounded like they had just received a $10,000 upgrade after restringing with the new NPS 9's. I oiled the fret board and cleaned and polished the frets during the string replacements. I think the guitars came with a bit of a beat from the wear and tear on their strings, and also from the shipping process. If you own any of the Squire series guitars, and you're not sure what to buy, try out a fresh Fender NPS's. I think they're good strings, make that better than average strings for the price.
👤I paid $9 for a set of 3 in December of 2021. I tried them out on a '86 Japanese Squier. They sound great, bend and feel great, and they have been playing for a month without tiring. These are not the bullet ends that I have used before, but they are holding their tune with non-locking tuners and tremolo use just as well as the Bullets, but with a slightly more flexible feel for the 9 gauge. I thought I'd try these because of the 1/3 lower price for 3 and they seem to be as good as my normal strings. If D'Addario makes these for Fender, that would explain it.
The electric guitar strings of the '50s and '60s were made with pure nickel. Regular Slinky's 10-to-46 gauge has become the industry standard. The Slinky feel is signature. Made in California, USA, with the finest and freshest materials.
👤I've tried many pure nickel wrap strings, but these are the best and last longest. The low end of these is different from the others and seems to set them apart. They're not boomy or bassy, there's just a muscular and resonant character to them. They must have nailed the core/wrap size. They have the rich/warm vibe that pure nickel wrap is known for, a bit less output than plated steel wrap, and tried and true EB plain strings to top things off. The lows are a bit duller, and the pure-nickel "speed-bump" thing tends to get going pretty quickly after some use, but I like the Gibson strings almost as much. To me, the sound and feel of DR and GHS is terrible. These are cool.
👤I have used the Earnie Ball strings for a long time. I like them because they are reliable, sound good, and feature a small thing that means a lot to me: Each string is in it's own package. Many companies sell two string per bag. I don't mind the extra cost of using 6 envelopes instead of 3. It is easier to store my old strings in the proper size package in case of an emergency. It's easier to do a string change with each string in its own pack. I need all the help I can get. I try to experiment with different brands, but most of the time I am disappointed. I am trying a brand I have never tried before, I am sure these are not the best strings out there. I rate these strings 5 stars because I don't like surprises, and there are none with this brand. Premature strings have never broken or gone dead. I find this brand easy to work with. It is recommended.
👤Light strings on electric guitars are what I like. It's usually 09's or.10's. I saw an add for Rev. Willy's.07's, but it was all back ordered. I found these balls. I like Slinky. I ordered them. I've only put them on my house. I have the Les Paul on my Tele's. I was surprised at how well they played. They have the same power and punch as my strings. I was worried about them cutting into the fingers being so thin. The index finger is sliding up and down the neck. These are like butter. It was easy on the hands and fingers. I feel stupid for not trying these before. It's easy to bend in either direction. They won't cut the tips of your fingers if you're a new player. I love them. I will keep them in my string box from now on. I'll try the.07's as well. You can't go wrong with these strings for $5. I finally got my order of Reverend Willy's. Also made by the same company. These are also great strings. These.08's are the absolute best. They will change your life if you haven't tried them.
👤Don't stop making these strings. I like them. I settled on these after 15 years of trying different ones. I've been using them on my primary guitar ever since I got them from a Brooklyn mom n' pop store clerk. I play rhythm and lead. I bend harshly. I rarely break a string. I change them every few months after they start to get deadish. I wash my hands before I play, unlike most guitar players who would rather ignore advice from Allmans. They sound great on my hollowbody. It adds to the sound of british rock very well. The highs are nicely rounded. I've been playing guitar for almost 30 years and have never found a better one. 3 Julie Bee used her sisters account.
The world's most popular flatwound strings, D'Addario XL Chromes electric guitar strings, are loved WORLDWIDE. They have a perfect balance of smooth feel and warm, mellow, fat tone. Your strings are always fresh because of the resistant packaging. For the ultimate performance, D'Addario strings areribbon wound onto a complex series of interlocking under-windings and polished for an ultra-smooth feel with virtually no finger noise. The ideal strings for jazz and more are the XL Chromes, they deliver a round, full low end without losing punch. The electric string set includes Plain steel.020,.028,.038, and.048. D'Addario uses centuries of string-making experience and advanced computer-controlled winding technology to bring you the most durable, consistent and long- lasting guitar strings. Only D'Addario strings are sealed inside and out.
👤I have been playing this guitar for 20 years. There were many sets of strings. I used to have light strings that gave me a "Fenderish" accent. My taste in sound mellowed as time went on. I wanted to get strings that were jazz-inspired. These strings were what I was looking for. They offer a wide range of tones and can achieve a very mellow sound that is most attractive to me. I don't want to have excessive bright tones. When my grandson comes over for a jam, my guitar is not bright enough. I can fit in without being harassed because I am an old man. I show him some of the more conservative licks. He asked what strings I was using. It sounds like he is mellowing. Score one for the old man. Score one for D'Addario.
👤These strings changed my mind about a lot of things. Until last year, I never played a flat wound string. I'm watching a local finger style blues player fly across the stage, and it occurs to me that he must be using flats. He says he is. I play the guitar. Can I play in flats? I bend every note. I am in the studio working on a song in open G that has a lot of busy work and I am scratching the strings every second. I purchase a set of chromes. Put them on. They feel a lot different. I play with them a few days. I get to know them. I can still change everything. There's no string noise anymore, I can still do everything I did. I had a lot of concerns about the transition but now all of my guitars have flats on them. I don't remember what I was worried about. The strings have lasted longer than any I have owned. I have been buying singles to account for the fact that the E and B are just normal strings. I have played the same set on my main guitar at least 30 times. I know this sounds crazy but it is the truth. These are the best strings I have ever played.
👤I was worried when I strung up my guitar. The strings have more tension. The tremolo/vibrato was lifted too far forward. I thought I made a mistake, but I was going to give it a try anyways. It plays like a dream after I set it up. I want to slide up and down the strings for fun. I believe that Hendrix's style makes a lot more sense when he uses flats. They might feel like they have an unnatural stickiness to them, but after a little playing that disappears. You would think that they would be harder to bend as they are a little heavier, but that is not the case. The left hand is more natural and they bend very easily. The TONES are gorgeous and have improved in play-ability. You'll notice the improvement in the quality before you plug in. It's easier to sound with Harmonics. If you've never tried them before, give it a try. You will not regret it. You will need to set your guitar up again. Follow the instructions and you will be fine. 1. The saddle height should be lowered at the bridge. The amount of lift on your bridge will be lessened. The strings are higher in the saddle. 2. If you are replacing strings that are heavier than the ones you are replacing, you will have more pressure on the neck, so you will need a 4.5mm wrench to tighten the rod. I'm not responsible for the damage to your rod. If you feel like you have to force it, proceed with caution. 3. Unless you're using a hard tail, you'll need to tighten the springs on your bridge's tremolo. When you get your normal 15 degree lift on the bridge, you should check the saddle height again and season to taste.
3 individually wrapped sets are included. The tone is bright and balanced. The wound strings are wrapped around the steel core wire. The string life is extended by keeping strings as fresh as the day they were made. Made in California, USA, with the finest materials.
👤The acoustic strings are great. They're bright and zingy early on, but not brittle or harsh. From the first tuning, the low strings show nice round bass tones. Drop D tuning sound is particularly deep and sonorous with these strings. I put these on with an older acoustic. The guitar is full and has opened up since it was 10 years old. I played for 2 to 3 hours on these over the course of 2 days. The high end takes on a cystal clarity with supporting mids and audible Harmonics. When tuning, you have to keep adjoining strings quiet because they will ring out. They are responsive. The strings I used to use were only 2 weeks old and sounded as good as the ones I used to use. People are debating how long you should wait before changing strings. Changing strings every gig or every session is too much. You'll hear from roadies of famous touring guitarists that they change strings every gig. It's easy to do when you're making $45,000 a show. It might be difficult to play the blues club for beer and wings. Unless you sweat very acidic sweat, I don't think changing strings should be done until you notice they don't sound right. Over time, the sound profile of a string changes, but I like a set of strings that have been worn on a rhythm guitar. If the wrapped strings are turning black or gunk is found in them, then change them. The back of the neck is nice and fast, and the strings get slick and fast without feeling coated or sounding muffled. I feel like a mandatory guitar case item, because of the spray, at under $5 at Amazon. You will find your strings if you try these and many others. I've been playing for over 20 years and have had a lot of trial and error. I like to check things out, but more than likely I'll go back to my favorites, since the Martin strings on my acoustic were put on to try. The way the acoustic.11's of the Ernie Ball don't feel slinky like some other brands "Extra Light" or.11 gauge packs can be is something that makes these Earthwoods stand out. I'm a big fan of the.09's of the Fender 3550 Bullets, but I'm also a fan of the.05's of the Ernie Ball Cobalts, which are $5 on Amazon. Give them a good 2 to 3 weeks of solid playing before you make a decision. All my opinion, be cool...
👤I'm a woodworker. I build guitars. I also restore guitars. Light or medium light strings are recommended for old archtops. You have to respect the old age of these instruments, even though they were built for heavy strings. Light to medium light strings are appropriate. I've used a lot of string brands. If you own a vintage guitar, you have to find the right strings that won't damage it, because archtops require strong strings. Finding strings that combine the right strength, gauge, and sound can be a challenge for old ladies. The 80/20 bronze strings bring out a lovely voice in these instruments. I like the idea of using the Ernie Ball Earthwoods for archtops. They hold their tuning very quickly. These guitars have strings that hold the ring forever. The highs and mids ring in the bass. The guitar design intended for them to project as intended. They are reasonably priced. These are the things I use for archtop restorations. They are made for archtops. They sound great on acoustic guitars too.
3 individually wrapped sets are included. Slash, Jimmy Page, and Eric Clapton are just a few of the legends who play the Ernie Ball slinkys. Regular Slinky's 10-to-46 gauge has become the industry standard. The string life is extended by keeping strings as fresh as the day they were made. The tone is bright and balanced.
👤I started learning how to play the guitar a month ago. I started playing with the standard string. My fingers are still hurting even though I practice frequently. One of the solutions I came up with was to get a different set of strings. I bought the super slinky because it seemed to be the best for me. I can honestly say that setting up the strings and doing a practice session made a difference. The strings were easier to play with and my fingers did not hurt as much. It is not a magic set of strings that will make a beginner's fingers easier to use, but it will definitely help if you are buying it for a child.
👤A good set of strings. The strings from D'addario are a better value than the others. In the years that I have been playing, I have not once asked, "what kind of strings are these?" Great guitars play and sound great, even if you are using decent strings. Every guitarist has their go-to strings, as do I, but they are not strings. The quality and consistency of these strings is great across a number of different brands because of the attention that is paid to the manufacturing of these strings. I can't tell you much about the difference between brands. If I want to change the tone, I will get a different string gauge, and this is the same for slinkyness. I will pick the fresh set over the worn set 10 times out of 10. It's very cheap for 3 sets of strings, which means you can change more often, which in turn means that these strings will feel and sound better longer than vintage strings, but most coated, modern strings will be comparable. I would only base this recommendation on price and great value, because strings are strings, and given a good set of strings, I would only recommend that. If you are just starting out, I recommend you try a number of different strings to find your preference, but usually in a pinch whatever my local shop has on hand has worked just fine.
👤I don't know if I need to review these, they are the gold standard for guitar strings. I've been using them for 25 years. I try a d'addario or some other similar thing, but I always come back to these. The sound is balanced. Not too muddy. Great feeling. Not too slippery. I go through the high E-G strings before the low strings need to be changed.
👤I started playing the guitar three months ago. I bought one that was suitable for beginners at my local music shop and have been using it ever since. I try to practice after the kids have eaten. It is the only time I can really play with my kids because they are always running out of energy. I thought it was just a matter of getting used to it. The problem never went away. I found out that it might be due to my strings. I asked my instructor for some suggestions, and he told me to get the strings. He told me about the help that I can use to focus. I tried to get the strings in my area. I bought it online because they didn't have it at the store I usually go to. It took me a few days to get here because I don't have prime membership. I got it while it was on sale. I got a pack of three sets for under 15 bucks and I feel like I got a good deal. I have never bought guitar strings before, but from what I can tell, they are great. It is made in the USA so that is always a good sign. It took me a little while to switch the strings but that is just me being an amateur and has nothing to do with the actual product. They had a nice balanced sound when I put them on. There is a noticeable difference in how they feel compared to the old ones. It makes a big difference when I practice, my fingers are not as bad. People say that they produce a better tone. The only thing I disliked about it was the packaging. The neon yellow color is nice but each set comes in a plastic bag that you have to tear apart. It isn't a zip lock design so you have to use all of the strings at once. This was not a problem for me since I was replacing all of my own. anyway It can be annoying for someone who only wants to replace one. You would need a place to put it. I am happy with my purchase. I was worried that the guitar strings would be expensive, but they are pretty affordable. I don't know how long these will last but I wouldn't hesitate to buy another pack if I have to. Is it a good idea to recommend them? I am not sure if I will recommend anything yet. There are a lot of people who know more about these products than I do. They work great from my experience.
3 individually wrapped sets are included. The tone is warm and rich. A bronze wound on a steel wire. The string life is extended by keeping strings as fresh as the day they were made. Made in California, USA, with the finest materials.
👤The earthwood pbs shine on my acoustics in a way that is incomparable. I have 10 sets of these as backups. Unless I get a new acoustic that demands a different set of strings, I will never change string brands. Even though I have very clammy hands, these sound good. These are my favorite strings so far in my acoustic playing life. Highly recommended.
👤I want to say I really wanted to like these strings. These are cheap because I change strings often. I was tuning when they broke. I bought an extra set. There is no big deal. The real issue was when I got the strings on. They sounded lifeless. As the days went on, they got worse. I couldn't take it anymore after about two weeks. I took them off and went back to my stuff. It immediately sounded like a completely different guitar, and I'm not exaggerating. I don't know, maybe I got a bad batches. I don't understand all the ratings for these things. I won't be giving them another chance to find out.
👤I ordered a bunch of strings last week. I like to use different brands. I like light strings but sometimes I like 12-54. I like the strings for acoustic guitars. I don't care about fancy coating, I change strings frequently. I change every 100 hours or 45 days on Seagull acoustic. I only used Elixir strings when I had the Taylor 714ce. I like to try different strings on the Seagull. If you've never checked Godin's Seagull brand, check them out. A good sound, under $1,000, made in North America. Anyway... I put these balls on the table today at 3pm. It took a couple of hours to break the strings. Sounded great from the beginning. It's normal for new strings to have to be tune up every 30 minutes. I came back around 8pm with some ideas in my head. I recorded the entire 40 minute session with my guitar. I didn't need to pause or tune up. It was bright and had all the delicious tones that a Dreadnought should have. I just powered on from idea to idea while I was playing. It's warm and humid. I played the recording back after I put the guitar down. The strings sound great. 40 minutes of playing with string, picking and palm muting. There are a lot of hammer on/offs. The strings were bright as the sun set. They both sounded good. Wow. I'm going to order a few more sets and have them around. Next month I will try a different set of balls.
👤I am rating the Earthwood acoustic strings. The gauge is.020 to.050. These are for guitars that can't hold strong tension, or for beginners who don't have to worry about their fingers. The thickness is not made for most professional grade acoustic guitars in the U.S. as you will get buzzing on the higher strings, or rattle the whole guitar. If you want better sustain and richer tone, you need to go with regular string packs that show.012 or better as the highest E string.
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Lomeve, D'addario and D'addario are some of the best brands that chosen by people for electric acoustic guitar strings. Find the detail in this article. Elixir, Wingo and Fender are also brands that their products are worth to check.