Thomastik .013 Gauge Acoustic Guitar Strings
Light and medium strings are among the most popular weights for guitarists from all musical styles, so it's no surprise that .013 gauge acoustic guitar strings are one of the most popular individual sizes. It's also a very common size to require replacement, but you don't have to stop at the one string. Here in this section, you'll find a wide variety of sets containing 0.13 gauge strings for your acoustic guitar, so you can get a whole new course to completely refresh the way your instrument feels and sounds. Best of all, there are tons of varieties to choose from, so there's virtually no limit on just what that feel and sound may be - it's up to you!
If you're looking for the most affordable strings around, then the Musician's Gear Acoustic 13 80/20 Bronze Guitar Strings are probably the ones for you. Or, you could go for a signature set without opening the purse strings much further, thanks to the Martin MTR13 Tony Rice Signature Bluegrass Acoustic Guitar Strings. Want to be prepared for lots of changes into the future, or maybe you're a guitar instructor planning to re-string all the instruments in the class? In either case, the D'Addario EJ17-10P Phosphor Bronze Medium Acoustic Strings 10 Pack could be the answer - or the D'Addario EJ17 Bulk Pack if you need even more.
Maybe you're interested in picking a futuristic option? If so, Elixir might be the brand for you. On strings like the Elixir Nanoweb HD Light Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings and the Elixir Nanoweb Medium Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings, you'll find a unique type of coating that sits flush over the windings instead of sinking into them - which translates to pure, clear tone you'd be hard-pressed to tell apart from uncoated strings. Speaking of clear tones, the Cleartone Coated Medium Acoustic Guitar Strings are another best-selling set, with a coating that's also high-tech in its own right.
Since your strings are the direct connection between you and your guitar, there's simply no way anybody can tell you which choice is the best for your needs. It's going to depend on how you like them, and if there are a few kinds of .013 gauge acoustic guitar strings that you're considering, it may even be worth your while to try each one of them out to determine through experience what the best fit will be. Just remember to give them a few weeks - sometimes, all that's needed for a set of strings to deliver stellar performance is a little time to "settle in" on your guitar.