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Quality from technology—computer-controlled windings, laser micrometer inspection, and closed-loop tension...
These nylon folk guitar strings produce a softer sound and feel.
A 5-string bestseller.
EXP Coated Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings provide longer life and increased durability coupled with...
Chrome strings are wound and polished, leaving you with a smooth feel and great tone. 13-17-26-35-45-56<br />
The string of choice for rock musicians worldwide, known for its distinctive bright sound and excellent...
Suitable for classical or standard acoustic guitars, D'Addario EJ33 nylon strings with ball end are easy to...
These bronze round wound strings are popular with stage and studio pros.
These strings promote bright sound and prevent premature fret wear.
These strings are wound with nickel-plated steel, known for their distinctive bright tone, excellent...
Save by buying the twin pack!
These dulcimer strings provide long-lasting, brilliant sound.
Do you and your Steinberger a favor!
Save time and 25% with bulk packaging with 25 complete sets of D'Addario strings at bulk-rate pricing. Gauges...
D'Addario EJ38H High Strung Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar strings are specially gauged to accommodate...
In the small Italian town of Salle, several generations of the D’Addario family were “cordaros”, or string makers, before relocating to New York in 1905 and continuing the family tradition. As synthetic substitutes began to be used in string manufacturing, the D’Addario family continued to be at the forefront of innovations and breakthroughs, including creating the first automated string winding equipment. Following a short-lived merge with guitar manufacturer C.F. Martin & Co., the D’Addario family decided to develop their own product under a new name, D’Addario & Company. After eight generations of string making, the first strings bearing the D’Addario brand name were introduced in 1974. Today, D’Addario is the world’s largest manufacturer of strings for guitars and other musical instruments.