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Ernie Ball Aluminum Bronze Medium Light Acoustic Set

Aluminum Oxide Provides A Significant Corrosion Barrier, Without Coating The String, And Note Separation, Featuring Maraging Steel Hex Cores, Element Shield, A More Expressive And Dynamic String, For Greater Low-End

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What We Like

  • Features patented technology that allows to produce a rich range of sound
  • Made of high-quality aluminum that makes it durable
  • Equipped with aluminum Oxide that provides a significant corrosion barrier without coating the string

Disadvantages

  • may produce metallic sound

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  • What buyers say about Ernie Ball Aluminum Bronze Medium Light Acoustic Set


    It is not necessary to find the right set of strings for the right guitar for the ears if you are listening to what your owner is playing.


    If you use phosphor bronze strings, the aluminum bronze ones are worth trying out, they are more springy and have lighter string tension.


    I play in a full drop down and sometimes have problems with string buzz due to the low tension, but these didn't bother me at all. 10 out of 10 will buy again. I used to use daddario phosphor bronze strings which I was quite happy.


    While many lighter strings I have tried in the past, such as the DAddario and Elixer sets, they don't sound the same with a heavy bottom-end and bright highs, and they did seem to lose their fullness.


    I have been playing these guitars for about a month now, and I am amazed at how well they sound. When brand new, the strings are a bit too bright, but they tone down after a while of playing.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    I haven't bought strings before, so I want to check if this comes with all 6 strings.

    A:

    Yes. The strings are the best, most amazing strings I have ever used, and they are just as loud and powerful as the trebles.

    Q:

    Is the string wound medium or dark?

    A:

    Yes, it's that way with most acoustic strings.

    Q:

    Is anyone using these on a resonator?

    A:

    I'll check out the resonator sites and see what they have to say, these were for an old acoustic guitar.

    Q:

    Can anyone tell me if they have the same tone and playability as D'addario nickel bronze?

    A:

    I bought a pack because they didn't have aluminum bronze, and I was disappointed. nickels are more expensive and have a dimmer low range.

    Q:

    Is the g string or third string woven during a 4 40 tuning?

    A:

    The acoustic strings have wound G.

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