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D'Addario PB025 Phosphor Bronze Single Acoustic Guitar String  Single

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D'Addario

Superb tone that really lasts.

Gauge: .025.
Genuine phosphor bronze alloy retains flexibility as well as brilliant tone for many hours of hard play. The PB025 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 string set that's right for you.


They retain their brilliance long after similar bronze and brass alloy guitar strings go dead. Don't wait for catastrophe, order several sets today.

 
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D'AddarioPB025 Phosphor Bronze Single Acoustic Guitar String
 
4.0

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4.0

Good strings for a specific purpose

By Love My Acoustic 55

from Wyoming

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  • Good Tone

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      Comments about D'Addario PB025 Phosphor Bronze Single Acoustic Guitar String:

      I use single strings as a cost saving measure if I break a sting on a relatively new set. We all know how frustrating it is to put on a brand new set and then have one of them break. Your choices are to replace the entire set--throwing away brand new strings, or replace just the single string that broke. This is what I choose to do and if I stay with the same string as the one that broke I lose nothing in the terms of consistent sound.

      If a person were to look at an expensive set of strings like say D'Addario EXP's....all the treble strings are just inexpensive metal strings. In fact, they have the same SKU number as the single treble strings you can buy for cheap. Why replace an entire set that still sound great, when you can cheaply replace just a single broken string and save yourself a lot of cash?

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