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

Guitar String from D'Addario .

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D'Addario Phosphor Bronze Wound Acoustic GuitarPublished on 04/26/10 at 20:11
I recently discovered these strings when I went about a new approach on my acoustic guitar. The reason I was switching gears from my usual favorites, the Martin Marquis lights, was because I recently decided I was going to take singing more seriously. Since I'm a baritone, I realized that taking most songs down a whole step was probably the best way to go, considering the type of music I play. So when I tried it, I realized I was going to need thicker strings, which brought me to these strings.
I realized early on the sheer power that came out of these strings was monstrous compared to my old ones. At this point there's really no way I could play anything else. The tunes just come to......
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I recently discovered these strings when I went about a new approach on my acoustic guitar. The reason I was switching gears from my usual favorites, the Martin Marquis lights, was because I recently decided I was going to take singing more seriously. Since I'm a baritone, I realized that taking most songs down a whole step was probably the best way to go, considering the type of music I play. So when I tried it, I realized I was going to need thicker strings, which brought me to these strings.
I realized early on the sheer power that came out of these strings was monstrous compared to my old ones. At this point there's really no way I could play anything else. The tunes just come to life so much more when you have these strings, they are bright and strong and powerful. Sure they were tougher to play, but that goes without saying; heavier strings are always tough to play. I was really impressed with these, and they didn't get too loose when I was tuning it down to open D. In fact, they were still tighter than the old ones were in standard tuning, which was actually better. I feel like a much stronger player nowadays now that I've been doing this. They actually made it far easier for me to sing, I felt as though the backing accompaniment was far more effective, and also that my dynamic range opened up quite a bit, and was more audible even when playing quiet. I hadn't tried this brand before, but I was pretty much blown away. I think that I will stick with these guys for awhile now.
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D'Addario Phosphor Bronze Wound Acoustic GuitarPublished on 06/02/09 at 10:16
The D'Addario EJ16 Phosphor Bronze Light are a set of electric guitar strings that I tend to use more than any other strings.  I find that this particular set of strings feels best on my fingers as they aren't too heavy and are extremely easy to bend.  I've always trusted D'Addario when it comes to strings as they have been making them for quite a long time and I've always liked the way they feel.  My main electric guitars are a Fender Stratocaster and a Gibson SG and I use the D’Addario EJ16 Phosphor Bronze Light strings for both of them.  Sometimes I will use other strings, but I usually use D'Addario lights as they are not only cheap but sound and feel great.  I've used all types of......
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The D'Addario EJ16 Phosphor Bronze Light are a set of electric guitar strings that I tend to use more than any other strings.  I find that this particular set of strings feels best on my fingers as they aren't too heavy and are extremely easy to bend.  I've always trusted D'Addario when it comes to strings as they have been making them for quite a long time and I've always liked the way they feel.  My main electric guitars are a Fender Stratocaster and a Gibson SG and I use the D’Addario EJ16 Phosphor Bronze Light strings for both of them.  Sometimes I will use other strings, but I usually use D'Addario lights as they are not only cheap but sound and feel great.  I've used all types of strings in the past and have come to the conclusion that the D’Addario EJ16 Phosphor Bronze Light work best for me and my situation.  I don't have to change the strings all that often and I feel that they last longer than most other types of guitar strings for some reason.  When it comes to guitar strings I would really encourage players to check out different brands and sizes as they are all different as are we.  It all depends on what kind of sound you are going for, what type of guitar you are using, and what size fingers and hands you have.  All of these factors weigh in when it comes to buying the perfect set of strings for your guitar.  Some people like lighter strings like myself because they are easy to bend while other can't do without the sound of heavier strings.  It all depends on you.  However, for me the D’Addario EJ16 Phosphor Bronze Light strings are perfect and I will continue to use these strings until I find something else that suits my needs best.

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D'Addario Phosphor Bronze Wound Acoustic GuitarPublished on 02/26/14 at 06:10
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I use these strings around for 6 months and several guitars ...

In the past I've used several types of rope, including Elixir ...
What I like most in the EJ16 is the flexibility of the game, and also touched and then can not regretted it is with a wonderful sustain ...

The price / quality ratio ... PERFECT!

I am currently saved to order in large quantities ...
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D'Addario Phosphor Bronze Wound Acoustic GuitarPublished on 01/23/05 at 07:24
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I mounted on my Taylor 612C (% https://fr.audiofanzine.com/produits/avis/index 2Cidproduit 2C45435.html%). They immediately sound very "natural" without highlighting and without the necessity of working hours. They are free of metallic coloration and allow me to make the most of violin, this heat without distorting the instrument.
Without a doubt the best strings I've ever tried!
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  • Manufacturer: D'Addario
  • Model: Phosphor Bronze Wound Acoustic Guitar
  • Category: Guitar Strings
  • Added in our database on: 08/31/2006

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Other names: phosphorbronzewoundacousticguitar, phosphorebronzewoundacousticguitar, ej15, ej26, ej16, ej19, ej24, ej17, ej18, ej42, ej38h, ej41, ej38, ej39, ej37

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