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D'Addario PB022 Phosphor Bronze Single Acoustic Guitar String
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Gauge: .022.Genuine phosphor bronze alloy retains flexibility as well as brilliant tone for many hours of hard play. The Pb022 strings have a compute...Click To Read More About This Product
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Superb tone that really lasts.
Genuine phosphor bronze alloy retains flexibility as well as brilliant tone for many hours of hard play. The Pb022 strings have a computer-controlled wrapping around a hex core that ensures consistency and extends life. Many top guitarists won't play any other brand.
D'Addario is the world's largest manufacturer of strings for musical instruments. Regardless of your playing style, D'Addario has a guitar string set that's right for you.
They retain their brilliance long after similar bronze and brass alloy strings go dead. Don't wait for catastrophe, order several sets today.
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Comments about D'Addario PB022 Phosphor Bronze Single Acoustic Guitar String:
For value, quality, playability, and durability, NOTHING can replace D'Addario Phosphor Bronze strings. The addition of the PB022 as an octave A string is my recommendation for every player of 12 string acoustic guitars.
I've been playing 12 string guitar for 45 years, from Aria my first, to a Martin D12-20, to my favorite of all - my Samick 12 string. No matter what I've tried, I always come back to D'Addario Phosphor bronze. I use the PB022 to replace the plain steel A octave string, creating a custom set.
D'Addario is the string king. The sound is crisp and bright, and the strings are durable, holding their tone longer than other strings.
I could buy less expensive strings, but I can't sacrifice D'Addario quality for value. It is well worth the little extra expense. (besides, they last longer than less expensive strings).