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D’Addario announced the extension of various string line offerings.

Now available are Heavy Gauge Electric Sets EXL117 and EXL148, Acoustic Set EJ13, Bass Sets EXL165–5 and EPBB170–5, and Classical Sets EJ27N ¾ and EJ27N ½.

D’Addario’s Heavy Gauge Electric Sets are designed for players who drop tune or prefer heavier gauges.  

EXL117 is ideal for players who tune down to D and want to retain a normal, comfortable playing tension, while EXL148 is ideal for players who tune down to C and want to retain a comfortable playing tension.

Pricing & Availability
EXL117 and EXL148 are available now and retail for $11.79.


D’Addario’s new addition to the acoustic line, EJ13 (.011-.052) is an 80/20 Bronze version of the EJ26 (.011-.052) Phosphor Bronze Custom Light String set.  80/20 Bronze strings’ crisp, bold and projecting tone appeal to many traditionalists for their historical significance and are popular for recording, the company says.

Pricing & Availability
EJ13 strings are available now and retail for $10.99.


New bass set offerings from D’Addario, EXL165–5 and EPBB170–5, are five-string.  D’Addario also introduces EPBB170–5, a Phosphor Bronze acoustic 5-string bass set.

Pricing & Availability
EXL 165–5 retail for $46.99 and are available now and EPBB170–5 retail for $57.99 and are available now.


The new D’Addario EJ27N ¾ and EJ27N ½ classical sets are optimized for ¾ and ½ scale fractional sized classical guitars; according to the company; these sets have three, clear nylon trebles and three, silver-plated copper-wound on nylon basses for warm, long-lasting tone.

Pricing & Availability
These sets are now available and will retail for $10.49.

For more information on D’Addario, please visit www.daddario.com.

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