Coated Guitar Strings
What makes coated strings different from their uncoated counterparts is a very thin layer of pro-tection that helps to prevent dirt and dust from settling in and weakening the string. This coating actually helps to extend the life of your strings, all while maintaining the overall quality you ex-pect when you’re strumming. Coated strings are ideal for a performer who spends a lot of time with their instrument, as they let you play longer without having to worry about how much longer your strings are going to last.
Now the only question is which set of coated strings is going to be perfect for you. There are hundreds of options available here, so your best bet is probably going to be to simply try out a few options and see which ones work best for you. There is no right or wrong answer, only per-sonal preference. If you’re not sure where to begin your search, maybe check out a few of our top sellers, such as the Light Nanoweb Acoustic Guitar Strings from Elixir. These strings are highlighted by a bright, natural tone that you’re certain to love. Best of all, tests have shown that these strings generally last three to five times as long as their uncoated counterparts, making them an ideal choice for serious players.
Another fantastic option is the two pack of SP 7100 Phosphor Bronze Lifespan Coated Acoustic Strings from Martin. This package of light strings ensures that you’ll always have an extra set on hand when you need them. With their warm, yet punchy sound, and consistent tone, these rich strings are definitely worthy of a place on your guitar.
And these are only two of the options you’ll find here! Regardless of which coated strings you decide on, you’re sure to get plenty of action out of them. From the jam space, to the recording studio, to the stage, these coated strings will be with you every step of the way.