D’Addario EJ47 80/20 Bronze Pro-Arte Nylon Classical Guitar Strings, Normal Tension

May 4, 2019 - Comment

SET PRO-ARTE CLR/80-20 NORM Product Features Normal tension offers balance of volume and comfortable resistance Laser sorted clear nylon treble strings for consistent, precise intonation Precision wound basses for warm, projecting tone and the utmost consistency Made in the U.S.A. for the highest quality and performance String Gauges: Trebles .0280, .0322, .0403 Basses .029, .35,

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SET PRO-ARTE CLR/80-20 NORM

Product Features

  • Normal tension offers balance of volume and comfortable resistance
  • Laser sorted clear nylon treble strings for consistent, precise intonation
  • Precision wound basses for warm, projecting tone and the utmost consistency
  • Made in the U.S.A. for the highest quality and performance
  • String Gauges: Trebles .0280, .0322, .0403 Basses .029, .35, .043

Comments

Anonymous says:

mellow’er less bright tang in basses id go with EJ45TT these have a more mellow sound compared to the Ej45 by mellow i mean less bright tang in your basses, very simliar to the difference in steel strings when differing between 80/20 and phosphus bronze, these 80/20 copper compared to silver wound strings are more mellow deep sounding, so my advice would be for those who enjoy the sound of 80/20 steel strings more than phosphur bronze but are playing a classical guitar these would be more toward your liking, personally i like the brighter silver…

Anonymous says:

Great nylon strings for classical guitar I have used D’Addario nylon strings for my classical guitar for many years and have found them to be of good quality. I bought this pack to replace a broken 5th string. One detail: on previous packs, I recall the strings being packed in individual plastic packs while in this one, they were all in one. I tend to be ok replacing just a single broken string and not the entire set and would prefer the individual packing. No a big deal though.

Anonymous says:

Music To My Ears I have been using D’Addario strings since 1979 and have never had an issue. I am a casual player, pulling out the git box for my own enjoyment or to sing with close friends. These strings went on as expected and sound fine to me.

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