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D'Addario EXP Coated Phosphor Bronze Wound Acoustic Guitar
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D'Addario EXP Coated Phosphor Bronze Wound Acoustic Guitar

Guitar String from D'Addario belonging to the EXP Coated series.

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"Daddario EXP16 Guitar Strings"

D'Addario EXP Coated Phosphor Bronze Wound Acoustic GuitarPublished on 12/09/10 at 15:00
The EXP16s are the latest strings from D'addario. What sets them apart is a coating to phosphor bronze strings. Don't get all crazy on me, it's a thing coating, so it's not like all the other coating strings.

I saw that Fender was putting these on the newest line of their acoustics and well I think the new Fenders are great partly because of these strings. I picked a set up for $10

D'addario always puts out a quality product. I've dealt with the customer service before since a cable I bought had a lifetime warranty, great service from them.

The strings were warm and balanced. I was able to get a month of heavy play out of them. I'm talking daily playing. If you're a casual......
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The EXP16s are the latest strings from D'addario. What sets them apart is a coating to phosphor bronze strings. Don't get all crazy on me, it's a thing coating, so it's not like all the other coating strings.

I saw that Fender was putting these on the newest line of their acoustics and well I think the new Fenders are great partly because of these strings. I picked a set up for $10

D'addario always puts out a quality product. I've dealt with the customer service before since a cable I bought had a lifetime warranty, great service from them.

The strings were warm and balanced. I was able to get a month of heavy play out of them. I'm talking daily playing. If you're a casual player I'm sure you could go 6 months to a year on these.

No weird squeaks like you get from overly coated strings.

Nothing I didn't like. The tone does shift a bit as the strings break in naturally, so if you don't like the tone right off the bat, don't worry.

D'addario puts out a consistent product. I've only received the best from them.

A great, long lasting string from D'addario. See for yourself. I'm still using my first pack.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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D'Addario EXP Coated Phosphor Bronze Wound Acoustic GuitarPublished on 05/29/06 at 13:13
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Strings "extended play" Phosphor-Bronze

For over a year since I switched to "D'Addario EXP16". These are strings that sound natural and trs an outfit that remains in the regular and super Adamas Bronze (but trs Chres) Elixir.
With Adamas 1818 (light), 2 balls and I started to be unplayable and break troisime. The Elixir prs are not 5 or 6 balls, 4 balls D'Addario (a folk dance takes about 4 hours). The quality-price ratio trs correct, they are found in Pl **** ck (among others) in packs of 10 packs a reasonable price trs.

I still have 4 packs and I believe I Rasht 10 more.
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D'Addario EXP Coated Phosphor Bronze Wound Acoustic GuitarPublished on 11/02/07 at 09:48
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On 09/07/2007:
Installed since 3 / 4 days on my Taylor 410, I find the sound of these strings very good and close enough (but a bit less bright) and I usually use Elixir Nanoweb, although are more acute présents.Le game remains balanced in all registers and all the race.
The only "downside" (for my taste) comes from the hit a little less comfortable and sounds that I had not slipped, I think he, with Elixirs.
It remains to determine their durability and that ... appointment in 6 months!
Update of 02/11/2007:
They have lasted four months, not bad at all! ...
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On 09/07/2007:
Installed since 3 / 4 days on my Taylor 410, I find the sound of these strings very good and close enough (but a bit less bright) and I usually use Elixir Nanoweb, although are more acute présents.Le game remains balanced in all registers and all the race.
The only "downside" (for my taste) comes from the hit a little less comfortable and sounds that I had not slipped, I think he, with Elixirs.
It remains to determine their durability and that ... appointment in 6 months!
Update of 02/11/2007:
They have lasted four months, not bad at all!
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  • Manufacturer: D'Addario
  • Model: EXP Coated Phosphor Bronze Wound Acoustic Guitar
  • Series: EXP Coated
  • Category: Guitar Strings
  • Added in our database on: 12/03/2007

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