Elixir Strings 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings w NANOWEB Coating
Bronze Wrap Wire, 20 % Zinc, 80 % Copper, Vibrant Presence, A Crisp, Elixir Strings Bronze 80/20 Acoustic Guitar Strings W Nano Coating
What We Like
- Features ultra-thin coating that makes it comfortable to use
- Made with high-quality material that makes it durable
- Equipped with elixir Strings that coats the whole string that prptects outer string surface and the gaps between the windings
- Strings may produce dull sound
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What buyers say about Elixir Strings 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings w NANOWEB Coating
I bought these because I heard good reviews and they fit perfectly on my guitar and the price is the lowest one out there.
I wasn't sure if I liked it, but they have a wonderful ring to them, and the last thing I liked about them was that it reduced finger squeak from chord changes up.
I have over 15 years playing experience and I don't have any other strings on my guitar, so I've tried many different brands and even the $1/pack I found online, but there is nothing else on the market that's close to what I'm used to.
If you want a good quality guitar, you should buy one with these strings. They are great, and if you want a high priced one, you might just want to buy one without them.
The strings have mellowed out a bit, and have lost a lot of the sparkle and snap that I usually associate with new strings.
Which one is better, the 80/20s or the Phosphor Bronze nano web?
80/20s require less tension to be in tune, so for ease of fingerings, you'd prefer phosphor-bronze.
I don't know which bronze to use for the Wasburn D10N 80/20 guitar. Any suggestions?
I've used almost every brand of string on my acoustics and Elixirs are the best. Phophors-bronze have less nuanced tone but still excellent, and need changing about every 2-3 months max for a daily player.
Which is less bright, the poly web or the nano web?
I'm not sure if Polyweb strings work for me yet but I'm really liking them. They have a warm and bright tone throughout the strings and make my Yamaha acoustic sound like a much more expensive guitar.
Is there a difference between light and medium strings?
The thickness of the set of strings is referred to as the thickness of other sets of strings.
I bought a cheap guitar and I'm not sure if I'll use the strings. Do you know if anyone has used these on a jasmine guitar?
I've been playing for over 40 years, and I've been using Elixir as the only strings that I can buy, so they're the most cost effective strings you can buy.