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DR Strings Hi-Def NEON Multi-Color Coated Medium Acoustic Guitar Strings
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Gauges: 12, 16, 24, 32, 42, 54.DR Strings NEONs are super bright color-coated strings that sound clear, bright and musical. These Multi-Color Medium ...Read More
Gauges: 12, 16, 24, 32, 42, 54.
DR Strings NEONs are super bright color-coated strings that sound clear, bright and musical. These Multi-Color Medium Acoustics are an excellent idea for those learning to play or just wanting to add pizazz to their rig. It's easy for players to fall in love with the bright color that matches their remarkable sound. Super bright in daylight and under stage lighting, DR' Strings NEONs are 100% black light active and glow strongly under UV lighting. These strings will last you as long as a coated string should (three to four times as long as uncoated strings) maintaining a sound that is not only good, but better than top-quality uncoated strings.
Color-coated strings that bring a whole new meaning to "brightening your sound."
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Comments about DR Strings Hi-Def NEON Multi-Color Coated Medium Acoustic Guitar Strings:
I saw these on sale, 2 for 1, and had wanted a set when they first came out, but didn't want to pay the price. I wanted them because I like things different sometimes, and I always wanted a set of the neons--but not all one color. They're touted as a learning aide or a teaching aide, but that is not why I got them. I bought them because, for one, they're DR--who has a reputation for great strings (and is one of my preferred), but also because I like the color display. I'm sure they'll be great for those who want to teach/learn, but for me it's about the cool color on my favorite brand of strings. We'll see if the attraction grows old for me, but for now I love this. They're on my Martin. Even though I would recommend them, not sure how others who are experienced players (not teachers) would like this...it's personal taste.