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DAddario EJ10 Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings, Extra Light

Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings, Fresh Strings, Extra Bright Tone, Daddario Ej10 Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings

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H&F Rating 1,487 reviews
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What We Like

  • Comes in lightweight design allows easy carrying while traveling
  • Features bright tone mixed with deep that offers good quality sound
  • Made of high-quality material that makes it durable

Disadvantages

  • may produce echo at times

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Around 86% of reviews were positive and about 11% were negative.

Final Score:

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9.73 out of 10, based on these 7 factors:

  • Easy to install
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  • Value for money
  • What buyers say about DAddario EJ10 Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings, Extra Light


    I have been using Daddario phosphor bronze strings for a long time, they are nice, but they sound better than they do. I always wondered how they got that bright tone.


    Most people say these are their favorite strings for non coated music, but I can't find strings that sound good in high cords.


    I love the sound and feel of these strings on my guitar and they have the exact bright twangy country tone I was looking for.


    If you like your strings to fight your fingers, then use these in standard, even though I think they are very tense in any tuning above C.


    These are some of the best strings I have ever played, and they are very easy to set up and play, making them a good choice for anyone who wants to replace their acoustic guitar strings with a worthy set of strings.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    Do these come in ball end versions or are they just the ball end versions?

    A:

    All D'Addario string packs come with ball ends.

    Q:

    How many strings are in the pack?

    A:

    It's not a dumb question that Amazon is sending out single strings instead of complete sets in some cases.

    Q:

    I'm sensitive to high pitches and tones so I'm looking for warm low mellow strings. Which set of strings?

    A:

    The strings will be a little heavier but still have enough finger strength to fret. I like a midrange tone and use the orange package on a Seagull S6 cedar acoustic.

    Q:

    Does this set have a wound that is third?

    A:

    Yes. There are the gauge types: Plain Steel.012,.015, Bronze Wound.022,.032,.042, and.052.

    Q:

    Is this a pack of 12 string?

    A:

    I buy strings that have six strings per pack, but that's not how they are sold.

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