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LaBella 20PCM Jazz Flats Stainless Steel Flat Wound Custom-Light Electric Guitar Strings
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String gauges: 12-16-24W-32-42-52.Developed in 1940 by La Bella, these strings were initially manufactured for the original hollowbody jazz guitars a...Click To Read More About This Product
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Great for hollowbody jazz guitars.
String gauges: 12-16-24W-32-42-52.
Developed in 1940 by La Bella, these strings were initially manufactured for the original hollowbody jazz guitars and continue to be best-sellers for jazz guitars today. With a high magnetic content for increased electronic output, their smooth surface eliminates finger noise and string squeaks. Flat Wound Stainless sets have a very bright sound, a smooth feel and a long playing life.
- Stainless steel flat wound
- Jazz guitar strings (not suitable for Fender Stratocaster or Gibson Les Paul scale lengths)
- Tension: Custom Light
- Hand-polished for extra smooth surface
- Made in the USA with American Wire- Packaged using MAP Technology (Modified Atmosphere Packaging) to prevent tarnishing and ensure freshness
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- Perfect jazz sound
- Virtually silent chord transition
- Jazz Electric Archtop
Comments about LaBella 20PCM Jazz Flats Stainless Steel Flat Wound Custom-Light Electric Guitar Strings:
I prefer flat-wound strings on a jazz instrument. My Godin 5th Avenue came with their round-wound strings which sounded great, except not the tone I was seeking for this instrument. These strings produce the mellow jazz timbre that you expect from a solo jazz instrument and, to those not knowing the intent, they will sound dull. Also - The wound strings have a tail that is only partially finished and you must make sure that you DON'T attempt to use that portion of the string because it is delicate and will break under the stress of the main portion of the string.