Ernie Ball Earthwood Medium Light 80/20 Bronze Sets
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What We Like
- Made of high-quality material that makes it durable
- Features element shield packaging that offers protection to the strings
- Comes in simple design that makes it easy to install
- may have average quality sound
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 66,279 reviews for 181 products in the Acoustic Guitar Strings category.
We analyzed a total of 2,232 reviews for this product. Of these, 49 reviews were recent.
Around 83% of reviews were positive and about 14% were negative.
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What buyers say about Ernie Ball Earthwood Medium Light 80/20 Bronze Sets
If you have an X BRACED Martin or a X BRACED Martin copy, you're going to want to try these strings out, because they're gorgeous warm overtones and I fell in love with them the first time I put them on my acoustic guitar.
I have used these strings for a year and have never had a broken string, so they are a great option for anyone looking for a warm, smooth sound that still has projection.
I haven't played guitar in a long time, I was looking for something to play, and I knew the name of Ernie ball held a lot of respect for my days as a musician. I decided to try these out and it was honestly night and day from the cheap store.
It's a good value and will likely last until she either upgrades her guitar or the strings are worn, I'm very pleased with it.
The gauge 20 is braided bronze like the D, A, and bottom E, I use it on the 80/20 set of six strings for an acoustic guitar.
Is it on sale you can get 2 packs or "2 pack" means for something else?
It appears a seller used the UPC code of a single pack to create a 2 pack listing, and then Amazon merged the two listings because of the same UPC code.
I wonder if it's just the basic package that my husband needs, as he also needs a 6 string.
I broke one of the strings while tuning it, so don't buy this brand of 6 strings.
I'm going to get an extra light set for the reason that it is easier on the fingers. Is there a better alternative?
I use GHS as they last and are not expensive, especially given their life, and work almost as well acoustically as electrically.
Is there any trace of nickel in these strings?
I can't say for certain, but I will say that I gave these a whirl on a whim and the tone ain't too shabby.
Why does it take so long to deliver?
If you order from us, we have it in stock and ready to ship.