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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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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


  • may produce echo at times

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9.73 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • 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


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


    All D'Addario string packs come with ball ends.


    How many strings are in the pack?


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


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


    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.


    Does this set have a wound that is third?


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


    Is this a pack of 12 string?


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

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