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Martin Guitar Authentic Acoustic Flexible Core MA130FX

Custom Gauge Guitar Strings, Martin Guitar Authentic Acoustic Flexible Core Ma130Fx, High Quality Acoustic Guitar Strings, Excellent Tuning Stability, Your Guitar 'S True Voice

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What We Like

  • Comes with bright tone that offers great sound
  • Made with high-quality material that makes it durable
  • Equipped with a lightweight material that makes it easy to carry

Disadvantages

  • may be time consuming to install

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We analyzed 66,279 reviews for 181 products in the Acoustic Guitar Strings category.

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We analyzed a total of 191 reviews for this product. None were recent.

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Around 80% of reviews were positive and about 15% were negative.

Final Score:

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9.38 out of 10, based on these 7 factors:

  • Easy to install
  • Overall satisfaction
  • Packaging
  • Quality of material
  • Size
  • Sturdiness
  • Value for money
  • What buyers say about Martin Guitar Authentic Acoustic Flexible Core MA130FX


    I love the MFX740 strings, they have a warm, dark, rich tone, which is what I would call a more mature tone, as opposed to the very brassy / tinny highs many acoustic strings have.


    I wont try and describe tone but do you a favor and try these. They last so long, even if they don't last as long as Elixirs.


    I have been playing these 11s on my acoustic guitar for a couple of weeks now and I have to say that they are a lot more comfortable to play on than my other guitars and that they are much more enjoyable to play on.


    I know most people won't be interested in these strings, but they do make my Martin sound a bit more like a Taylor strung with Elixirs, and it's good to know I can experiment and get different sounds out of the same guitar.


    I was surprised that the new strings didn't sound as good as the old ones, but I think they could have gotten better with age.

    Common Questions

    Q:

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

    A:

    Steel strings are the same in sound as before, some are coated and last longer, some are smaller or larger, and so on.

    Q:

    I have some that are hard to push down on the neck, are they soft or hard strings?

    A:

    You have not developed the strength to depress and hold the strings, thats still an issue for me.

    Q:

    Do these have a ball end?

    A:

    They have standard acoustic strings.

    Q:

    Is it easy to use?

    A:

    The flexible core is supposed to be easier to play, assuming you are talking about the amount of finger pressure required.

    Q:

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

    A:

    Steel strings are the same in sound as before, some are coated and last longer, some are smaller or larger, and so on.

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