If you're new to guitar, it can be tough to determine just how good a particular electric guitar sounds. Acoustic guitars are another story, however: even a novice ear can usually hear the different between an acoustic that sounds great and one that's simply okay. While lots of factors influence the sound of a guitar, one of the most important is the strings. Knowing this is what motivates GHS to produce some of the best-sounding strings available, and when you want to re-string your entire acoustic guitar at once, it's probably time for a GHS 6-string set. Tons of guitarists at all levels of skill and renown would recommend GHS acoustic guitar strings because they deliver a very good balance between durability, tone and affordability. These 6-string sets can be counted on to last quite a while without any decline in performance. Whatever type of acoustic you play, from classical to dreadnought to folk guitar, you'll find the right set of strings in the GHS lineup. In fact, they've even got signature sets based on the styles of Laurence Juber and Doyle Dykes.
Another great suggestion would be a set of GHS Vintage Bronze Acoustic Strings, which come with a reputation for vibrant and warm tone. These strings are based on a hex core and feature 85/15 copper-zinc alloy wrap wire. The result is great strength and consistency despite their light weight. These strings are flexible and allow for easy, nimble fingerwork. Better yet, they're versatile enough for players of any skill level so even if you're just starting out, Vintage Bronze is a solid choice.
The more experience you gain playing and listening to the acoustic guitar, the pickier you'll probably become about your strings - and the more you'll come to appreciate GHS 6-string sets. With a great selection of different materials, styles and gauges to choose from, they've done a lot to meet the demands of even the most discerning guitarists. Incredibly playable, long lasting and budget-friendly: that's GHS in a nutshell.