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D'Addario Flat Top Phosphor Bronze Wound Acoustic Guitar
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D'Addario Flat Top Phosphor Bronze Wound Acoustic Guitar

Guitar String from D'Addario .

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Annonces D'Addario Flat Top Phosphor Bronze Wound Acoustic Guitar

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Beautiful strings

D'Addario Flat Top Phosphor Bronze Wound Acoustic GuitarPublished on 12/07/12 at 08:56
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After putting ropes Gibson J200, Martin SP4200 of the D'Addario Flat Top
12-53 are ideal for my J200.
The disjointed, the sound of wound strings is very discreet, the strings are polished. All without the loss of sound very nice and bright (more than Martin and Gibson same). This is phosphorus bronze and quality is the rendezvous with a nice balance.
I play a lot in chorus with my acoustic guitar and it was a real desire as a jazz "archtop" to limit noise on the "slides". This is done without losing the acoustic sound of the wound strings have been on a Gibson J200 damage that still remains one of the best folk guitar. With these wins the guitar strings versatility.
Short! For......
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After putting ropes Gibson J200, Martin SP4200 of the D'Addario Flat Top
12-53 are ideal for my J200.
The disjointed, the sound of wound strings is very discreet, the strings are polished. All without the loss of sound very nice and bright (more than Martin and Gibson same). This is phosphorus bronze and quality is the rendezvous with a nice balance.
I play a lot in chorus with my acoustic guitar and it was a real desire as a jazz "archtop" to limit noise on the "slides". This is done without losing the acoustic sound of the wound strings have been on a Gibson J200 damage that still remains one of the best folk guitar. With these wins the guitar strings versatility.
Short! For those who want to expand the possibilities of sound, regardless of style, D'Addario flat top are the solution.
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  • Manufacturer: D'Addario
  • Model: Flat Top Phosphor Bronze Wound Acoustic Guitar
  • Category: Guitar Strings
  • Added in our database on: 08/01/2012

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