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These ukulele strings provide warm, long-lasting tone.
D'Addario J54 sets are designed for optimum use on a Hawaiian Tenor ukulele. Each unwound string is made from...
D'Addario J53 sets are designed for optimum use on a Hawaiian/Concert ukulele. Each string is made from our...
D'Addario Ukulele strings deliver maximum string life and bright, superior tone. The super traditional nylon...
D'Addario has been crafting strings for over 330 years. In that time, they've truly perfected their craft. Originating in Italy and eventually expanding to become one of the largest manufacturers of strings in the world, D'Addario continues to produce strings that musicians love. But they're not just limited to guitar strings. D'Addario also produce some of the finest ukulele strings you'll ever have the privilege of hearing. The ukulele is an instrument that absolutely radiates positive vibes. With its wonderfully summery tones and effortless breeziness, the ukulele can be enjoyed by anybody, which is why it's so important to make sure you have an extra set of strings on hand in case you need to make a quick replacement. With the D'Addario ukulele strings available here, your uke will always sound its best.
Depending on which type of ukulele you play, there are a number of different ukulele strings available for you. If you play a baritone, for example, check out options such as the J68 Baritone Ukulele Strings or the EJ87B Titanium Baritone Ukulele Strings. If the concert ukulele is more your thing, you'll love options like the EJ88C Nyltech Concert Ukulele Strings or the EJ87C Titanium Concert Ukulele Strings. Maybe you play a tenor, or even a soprano, it makes no difference, D'Addario has the strings that you need. They even offer single strings, which are great if you've noticed that you consistently break one string in particular. Having extra sets of strings on hand is crucial, especially if you're playing a concert for a group of people.
With D'Addario, there really is no right or wrong string. It simply comes down to finding the ones that sound best to you. So take some time and experiment with the different options that are available, you may discover tones you never thought were possible. One thing is for certain, when you strum a set of D'addario strings for the first time, you'll never want to use a different brand ever again.