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Martin M220 80/20 Bronze Plain-End Regular Tension Nylon Classic Guitar Strings 

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Gauges 28-32-40-30-35-43.Martin Classical strings, made of Crystal Nylon, come in silver and bronze, plain-end and ball-end for every style classical...Click To Read More About This Product

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MartinM220 80/20 Bronze Plain-End Regular Tension Nylon Classic Guitar Strings
 
3.8

(based on 8 reviews)

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67%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good tone (4)
  • Consistent (3)
  • Well built / quality (3)

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Not the Greatest

By ArmyRNVet

from Winchester, VA

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Pros

    Cons

    • Breaks Easy

    Best Uses

      Comments about Martin M220 80/20 Bronze Plain-End Regular Tension Nylon Classic Guitar Strings:

      I've had to replace two 4th strings relatively recently. The last string broke on it's own; I wasn't even playing the guitar. The guitar was resting in it's stand. All the strings were tuned to normal pitch. I've been playing for many years so I find it unusual for 4th strings to break. For that reason, I plan on getting different strings from now on.

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      2.0

      M220 Classic Bronze Wound Acoustic Guitar Strings

      By Luis De la Rosa

      from Houston, Texas

      Comments about Martin M220 80/20 Bronze Plain-End Regular Tension Nylon Classic Guitar Strings:

      I installed the strings one evening and I thought they sounded very nice, crisp and brilliant, but my disappointment was in the morning when I realized that my fourth string was broken and not enough length left to try to re-install it. I tuned the guitar with a tuner @ 440 and the tension was normal. I bought 4 sets of these strings and unfortunately it has been almost 2 months since the purchase before I tried them. I hope the other 3 sets will last longer than one day.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      Broke a string sitting on a stand a week after install

      By I'll play anything

      from Pacific NW

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        • Breaks Easy

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          Comments about Martin M220 80/20 Bronze Plain-End Regular Tension Nylon Classic Guitar Strings:

          Changed the strings. Tuned the guitar. Played for about two minutes. Put it on a stand. A week later I came home to a snapped D string. These are regular tension strings. Last set of strings was on this guitar for about ten years. (Gulp!)

           
          5.0

          Classical Guitar Strings for baritone ukulele

          By Notta Geek

          from Colorado

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          Pros

          • Consistent
          • Good Tone

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about Martin M220 80/20 Bronze Plain-End Regular Tension Nylon Classic Guitar Strings:

              I am using classical guitar strings on my baritone ukes, as recommended by a friend. He suggests using the ADGB strings, tuning them DGBE. I have not tried that with this set, these sound great to me using just the DGBE as intended. I keep the A string so I can use it if my D string wears out the windings on the fret wires. These seem to be the same tension as the Martin High Tension (silver wound, M120, I think), I couldn't tell the difference in feel / tension. I have them on different instruments, but seems to be the same great tone; same gauge too, incidentally.

               
              5.0

              M220 Classic Bronze Wound Nylon Acoustic

              By GibsonBoy

              from Northeast WI.

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              • Consistent
              • Good Tone
              • Long Life
              • Strong

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Backup

                Comments about Martin M220 80/20 Bronze Plain-End Regular Tension Nylon Classic Guitar Strings:

                Great sounding strings,recommend highly.

                (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Great Quality for a Great Price

                By Bayley

                from Terre Haute, IN

                About Me Novice

                Pros

                • Good Tone
                • Strong

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Backup
                  • Concerts
                  • Practicing

                  Comments about Martin M220 80/20 Bronze Plain-End Regular Tension Nylon Classic Guitar Strings:

                  Woke up one morning to a broken a string, so I immediately hopped on MF to find a new set of strings since I had yet to restring my guitar in the year I have had it. I had to look up a video on how to restring a guitar since I have been a violinist for 8 years, but have only been playing guitar for almost a year. The video was very helpful and I was able to restring my guitar with minimal problems. The only thing I recommend is not trimming the strings until after you have them wound a little since i cut some too short and struggled with getting it to stay on the peg. As normality with new strings they had to be constantly tuned the first couple days, but after that stayed throughout my entire practicing session. I have already ordered another set to have as backup for my Yamaha C40.

                   
                  5.0

                  beats all the rest

                  By cnova

                  from northeast

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                  Pros

                  • Consistent
                  • Good Tone
                  • Long Life
                  • Strong

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Concerts
                    • Practicing

                    Comments about Martin M220 80/20 Bronze Plain-End Regular Tension Nylon Classic Guitar Strings:

                    the best sounding strings for my clasical. i've been using them for years.

                     
                    5.0

                    Great buy.

                    By metalsoloist91

                    from EA Ohio

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                    Comments about Martin M220 80/20 Bronze Plain-End Regular Tension Nylon Classic Guitar Strings:

                    they have the best tone of anything ive tries. nice trebles and nice deep basses. im buying these for now on but im going to try the high tension ones too. i recommend them all the way.

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