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Fender 60XL Phosphor Bronze Extra Light Ball End Acoustic Guitar Strings
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Gauges 10-14-22-30-40-48.Get rich, full, warm, acoustic tone with brilliant highs and ringing clarity. Phosphor Bronze strings provide you with an ex...Click To Read More About This Product
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Get rich, full, warm, acoustic tone with brilliant highs and ringing clarity. Phosphor Bronze strings provide you with an excellent balance of tone and long life that can only be found in Fender's formula. They are everything you've always wanted in an acoustic string.
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These are excellent strings that last and are easy to play, even on the inexpensive acoustic that I bought many many years ago, and they sound especially nice on the Ibanez cutaway acoustic-electric that I recently bought.
I have used the phos-bronze for many, many years. However, changing any strings about once a month is always a good practice, regardless of the brand.
I recently bought a pack of these strings and was really impressed. I play two different Norman ST 68 guitars. One a cutaway and the other is standard. The standard typically sounds better unplugged but after I added these strings the cutaway sounds better. Very nice sounds that rings out and plenty of sustain.
My acoustic guitar is an Ibanez V70CE-NT acoustic-electric, and the brand of strings I use is the same that I use on my trusty Fender Strat electric guitar--Fender strings. I have always prefered the sound of phosphor bronze over other types of acoustic strings, and Fender's phosphor bronze strings sound great, they last, and they're reasonably priced.
As a player for over 40 years, I guess I am biased. I have used these strings for so long, I have no idea when I started. Using them I reflect way back when, as a kid, I had no money (you remember those days), so I couldn't afford strings. So if I broke one, I would play around it (a great way to learn the board). I have Takemenes, Martins, Epiphones, Washburns, and Fender acoustics. Fender is all all I use. Even for my electrics (stainless). sS my review, I guess is biased. But, I'll never switch. They are that good.