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Cleartone Coated Phosphor-Bronze Bluegrass Acoustic Guitar Strings
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Cleartone Coated Acoustic Bluegrass Guitar Strings feature a light top/heavy bottom configuration with gauges 12-16-25-36-46-56. Approved by bluegras...Click To Read More About This Product
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Cleartone Acoustic Strings feature fine Phosphor Bronze for warm and bright resonance.
Cleartone Coated Acoustic Bluegrass Guitar Strings feature a light top/heavy bottom configuration with gauges 12-16-25-36-46-56. Approved by bluegrass studio musicians for high-frequency clarity with the light strings, and low-frequency "thump" for the lower strings.
This bluegrass set also features a unique treatment called EMP that coats the entire string with an ultrathin protective film. It's the thinnest coating ever applied to guitar strings (less than one micron!) and will withstand more abuse from hard strumming than coatings 1000 times thicker! EMP ensures longer string life by protecting strings from corrosion due to skin acidity, salt, and moisture without compromising feel and sound.
Cleartone Acoustic Strings feature the finest phosphor bronze available for the warmest and brightest resonance on acoustic guitars. Super-high tension winding over a hex-core is used to maintain tuning consistency throughout performance duration.
- Thinnest coating ever!
- Dramatically increases string life
- Protects strings from corrosion
- Withstands hard strumming
- American made
This is high-tech you don't have to understand to appreciate. Order a few sets today. - order today!
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Comments about Cleartone Coated Phosphor-Bronze Bluegrass Acoustic Guitar Strings:
I installed these on a Yamaha FS800 that I keep in dropped tuning and play fingerstyle. The heavier "Bluegrass" strings produce excellent bass response with improved tuning stability and really brought this guitar to life. I know reviews and experiences with Cleartone strings can vary, some people like them and some don't, but I've always had good luck with them. They do require breaking in. Be aware that the .56 string just barely fit in the peg hole and tuner.