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Albert Augustine

Classic treble nylon guitar strings with Augustine Red bass strings wound with a slightly lighter gauge of copper than Blue.
Hard tension. 29-33-41-30-37-45

Since 1947, Albert Augustine Ltd. has dedicated all its efforts to produce the highest quality nylon guitar strings available. In fact, Albert Augustine was the first company to produce strings of this kind. Since then, Albert Augustine has established itself as a major factor in the classical guitar field worldwide.


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Still use them after 50 years

By silkesmom

from Raleigh, NC

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    Comments about Albert Augustine Red Label Classical Guitar Strings:

    I have used these strings on my classical guitars for 50 years. They were recommended to me by my instructor when I lived in Germany. My guitar is a 1965 hand made Rainer Krempel, modeled after one of Segovia's Ramirez'. The strings sound great on it. I have used other strings on my other guitars, but these are my "go to" ones for my best guitar.

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    A / B ed against Pro Arte

    By Tube Snob

    from SF Bay

    Comments about Albert Augustine Red Label Classical Guitar Strings:

    I alternated Augustine Red Label and Pro Arte (J45 normal) strings on the same guitar. The Augustine strings are brighter, far better projection. The Pro Arte strings have a more predictible and sweeter vibrato. On balance, the Augustine's have the sound, but may have less character and feel. Obviously, Red to EJ45 might not be the ideal comparison.

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