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Elixir 80/20 Anti Rust Nanoweb Bronze Light Acoustic Guitar Strings
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Elixir Strings Anti-Rust light gauge bronze strings for acoustic guitar have the feel and sound of traditional strings, but last up to five times lon...Click To Read More About This Product
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Elixir Strings Anti-Rust light gauge bronze strings for acoustic guitar have the feel and sound of traditional strings, but last up to five times longer than ordinary guitar strings without corroding or losing their tone. Elixir strings have an ultra thin Nano Web coating to protect the string and allow guitarists alike to enjoy the fresh feel and great tone of new strings far longer than with any other brand of strings.
The secret behind Elixir Strings' Anti-Rust Bronze is its proprietary alloy plating that inhibits tone-killing corrosion. Although the new strings last longer than ordinary strings, they maintain a traditional metallic feel with the crisp, clean tone of new strings.
- Have the bright tone and punch of non-coated strings
80/20 Anti Rust Nanoweb Bronze Light Acoustic Guitar Strings
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OK, they're not cheap. But you won't believe your ears, your eyes, or your fingers. I like the nanoweb coating much better than the polyweb. No fraying of the coating, no slimy feeling, just enough string squeak, and the sound is just as bright as uncoated strings. And the anti-rust sold me. What good are long-lasting wound strings, if the unwound strings die fast? After 3 months, they still sound like I just put them on. And no rusted strings! Would've gotten a 5.0 on quality, except for one broken wound string at 2 months. Try a set and you'll be sold on them.
I have been using the Elixirs for quite a few years now and all this time have only had one gripe; the steel strings getting cruddy before the wound strings. They had been giving you the plated steels in the electric sets but you couldn't get them in the acoustics. Problem solved. I've got quite a few guitars and don't play all of them every day. It is so nice to grab a guitar that I haven't played in a little while and have it feel and sound brand new. Just remember to wipe your strings down when you're done playing and put a little graphite where the strings touch the saddle and nut when you change them and I can guarantee that you will be pleasantly surprised at how long these strings stay nice. For me- they are some of the best money that I spend on gear.