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D'Addario EJ25B Pro-Arte Composites Flamenco Guitar Strings - Black Nylon   

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D'Addario Flamenco sets are constructed using a new variation of our exclusive multifilament stranded core material, which dramatically improves the ...Read More

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With a flexible feel and a quick attack response that is essential for flamenco players.

D'Addario Flamenco sets are constructed using a new variation of our exclusive multifilament stranded core material, which dramatically improves the life and tuning consistency of the wound strings when compared to traditional nylon cores. These sets were created and tested with artists worldwide to deliver a flexible feel while still maintaining a quick attack response that is essential for flamenco players. These sets are available in your choice of black and clear nylon, providing tone and appearance options for both traditional and progressive players.


FEATURES
  • Exclusive multifilament stranded core material
  • Longer life
  • Consistent tuning
  • Flexible feel
  • Quick attack

SPECIFICATIONS

EJ25B Pro-Arte Composites Flamenco Guitar Strings - Black Nylon

  • Note: E
    Diameter: 0.0285" (0.724mm)
    Tension: 15.8 lb. (7.17kg)
  • Note: B
    Diameter: 0.0327" (0.831mm)
    Tension: 12.0 lb. (5.44kg)
  • Note: G
    Diameter: 0.0416" (1.041mm)
    Tension: 12.4 lb. (5.62kg)
  • Note: D
    Diameter: 0.029" (0.74mm)
    Tension: 14.3 lb. (6.49kg)
  • Note: A
    Diameter: 0.034" (0.86mm)
    Tension: 14.6 lb. (6.62kg)
  • Note: E
    Diameter: 0.044" (1.18mm)
    Tension: 15.2 lb. (6.89kg)
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D'AddarioEJ25B Pro-Arte Composites Flamenco Guitar Strings - Black Nylon
 
4.5

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5.0

Good looks, good sound

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from Floral City, Florida

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Pros

  • Better Bass On My Guitar
  • Good Tone

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Concerts
    • On A Flamenco Guitar
    • Practicing

    Comments about D'Addario EJ25B Pro-Arte Composites Flamenco Guitar Strings - Black Nylon:

    Honestly, I bought them because they were black and designated as a set of Flamenco guitar strings. I have classical guitars and use D'Addario EJ43 classical guitar strings on them. I figured I would take advantage of the knowledge of the sound techs at D'Addario and put them on my Raimundo Flamenco Blanca.
    The bass strings stretched in almost immediately, the treble strings took a few days. Give them time.
    The thing I noticed most was the enhanced sound of the 5th string.
    My Flamenco is tuned in "D" and the tone is good.
    They were an improvement over the strings I replaced them with.
    I gave them 5 stars because I could find nothing wrong with them.
    I will buy more at replacement time.

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    2.0

    A dissenting view

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    from Middle Tennessee

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      • Poor Tone Quality

      Best Uses

        Comments about D'Addario EJ25B Pro-Arte Composites Flamenco Guitar Strings - Black Nylon:

        I'm sorry to disagree with the majority of reviewers, but my experience is contrary to theirs. I tried a set of EJ25B's on my mid-range (solid-cedar top) and was immediately struck with how tinny were the treble strings and how understated were the bass strings. If this is how flamenco strings are supposed to "sound", then these strings are right on the money. As for me, I'm replacing these EJ25B's with a set of EJ45's (Classical Guitar) strings. I want my classical guitar to sound like a classical guitar. Best regards.

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        5.0

        Excellent

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        from San Francisco

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        Pros

        • Consistent
        • Good Tone
        • Strong

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about D'Addario EJ25B Pro-Arte Composites Flamenco Guitar Strings - Black Nylon:

            My choice going forward

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            (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            A Fingers Delight

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            from Phoenix

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            Pros

            • Great Feel
            • Strong
            • Wonderful Tone

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Anything Classical

              Comments about D'Addario EJ25B Pro-Arte Composites Flamenco Guitar Strings - Black Nylon:

              In the 30 years I've played music,these strings
              have been a rare find. They respond even with
              the lightest touch.

              I'm very particular about quality,sound,and feel,
              I would recommend these strings to anyone that is
              tired of fighting their instrument.

              With a reasonably low action,your fingers will
              sail across them.

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              (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Great addition to the Pro Arte line

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              from Annapolis, MD

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                    Comments about D'Addario EJ25B Pro-Arte Composites Flamenco Guitar Strings - Black Nylon:

                    As with all the Pro Arte Composites, these take a few days to break in and develop their bright tone. I'd urge folks trying these for the first time to be patient and let the strings stretch before judging them.

                    I've been playing D'Addario's classical composites for several years and am very pleased with these new flamenco composites. The tone is bright and snappy and well balanced. Their light tone allows little nuances to shine through. (This is paired with a cedar top, rosewood back classical. I haven't tried them on my spruce top yet.)

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                    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    5.0

                    Excellent flamenco/classical guitar strings

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                    from Toledo, OH

                    Comments about D'Addario EJ25B Pro-Arte Composites Flamenco Guitar Strings - Black Nylon:

                    loveff
                    As a guitar teacher in my 12th year of teaching, my classical is my main guitar. I don't plan on even trying any other strings unless i hear some phenomenal reviews since i love these so much!I like the classy look of the black nylon and silver wraps, but the sound is very crisp without being "bitey" or too much treble. Like all nylon strings, they go wildly out of tune for about a week or two (even with a lot of stretching), so make sure you change them at least a few weeks before a gig. After that, they stay in tune wonderfully and will last until the silver wraps start separating over the frets. For $9, worth every penny.
                    asdf
                    As a guitar teacher in my 12th year of teaching, my classical is my main guitar. I don't plan on even trying any other strings unless i hear some phenomenal reviews since i love these so much! I like the classy look of the black nylon and silver wraps, but the sound is very crisp without being "bitey" or too much treble. Like all nylon strings, they go wildly out of tune for about a week or two (even with a lot of stretching), so make sure you change them at least a few weeks before a gig. After that, they stay in tune wonderfully and will last until the silver wraps start separating over the frets. For $9, worth every penny.asdfasdff

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