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D'Addario Pro-Arté Nylon Core Classical
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Guitar String from D'Addario belonging to the Pro-Arte series.

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    D'Addario Pro-Arté Nylon Core ClassicalPublié le 06/12/13 à 01:06
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    I just get this game I had in stock on my Ovation Classic and I am somewhat reserved about his qualities.
    Even during installation, I am surprised at the strength of these ropes yet data for High shooting. They seem more flexible than traditional Adamas my meduim. The impression is confirmed when tuning: pulling the strings in order to stabilize faster, I can only see their great flexibility.
    The game, I immediately noticed that the serious lack of depth and roundness. The Sol, the ... ground seems to concentrate all inherent defects that rope: thud not to say dull, power down causing an imbalance. As for acute Mi, correctness proves highly dubious.
    So fault with no luck? Would I......
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    I just get this game I had in stock on my Ovation Classic and I am somewhat reserved about his qualities.
    Even during installation, I am surprised at the strength of these ropes yet data for High shooting. They seem more flexible than traditional Adamas my meduim. The impression is confirmed when tuning: pulling the strings in order to stabilize faster, I can only see their great flexibility.
    The game, I immediately noticed that the serious lack of depth and roundness. The Sol, the ... ground seems to concentrate all inherent defects that rope: thud not to say dull, power down causing an imbalance. As for acute Mi, correctness proves highly dubious.
    So fault with no luck? Would I fell ill?
    In any case I will not repeat this purchase.
    Note that I have finally been disappointed by the strings of this brand: indeed, all Ovations are equipped with original-which has always surprised me, and I systematically and immediately changed because they don ' were not up to much.
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  • D'Addario Pro-Arté Nylon Core ClassicalPublié le 02/27/07 à 09:37
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    I use these strings for some time (3 or 4 climbs) and I am satisfied with TRS, the sound is good and does relativmenet DGRAD not as fast on some Autes strings, the more it savec remain in place become damaged with little (I mean by that if the guitar is not used pendnat a long time it does not deteriorate unduly) and this is important. . .

    If they do hard life is quite good!

    I prcise at my age (20 years) I do not play much classical but I can not do without touyt of the same and that the strings are less than or EXL Elixir but the price is an inferior and more games trs intense it is perfect!

    Here is a good product not too expensive and more (14 for me with my revencdeur prfr ...
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    I use these strings for some time (3 or 4 climbs) and I am satisfied with TRS, the sound is good and does relativmenet DGRAD not as fast on some Autes strings, the more it savec remain in place become damaged with little (I mean by that if the guitar is not used pendnat a long time it does not deteriorate unduly) and this is important. . .

    If they do hard life is quite good!

    I prcise at my age (20 years) I do not play much classical but I can not do without touyt of the same and that the strings are less than or EXL Elixir but the price is an inferior and more games trs intense it is perfect!

    Here is a good product not too expensive and more (14 for me with my revencdeur prfr
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  • D'Addario Pro-Arté Nylon Core ClassicalPublié le 09/11/08 à 10:36
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    Hi everyone,

    I possde the ropes for 2 months, bought 12, these strings are crap.

    I strongly deprecated, I barely jou on my guitar, the string of the apt for no apparent reason. They put a one month stay stable, j'tais obligation to connect my guitar every day for 3semaines while with my Savarez take trs good tuning.

    -: Not take the tuning, not solid trs
    +: No

    Strings bad! I deprecated.
  • D'Addario Pro-Arté Nylon Core ClassicalPublié le 03/26/09 à 04:18
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    I just left a notice for measuring the Previous seems excessive to me!
    These strings are trs good and have a longer life apprciable.
  • D'Addario Pro-Arté Nylon Core ClassicalPublié le 08/05/11 à 12:23
    The D'Addario Pro Arté EJ 45 is a set of nylon/classical guitar strings. I would only use these on a guitar that is designated for nylon strings, although I don't know how they would work out on a steel string guitar. I don't own a classical guitar any more, but I used to have one when I was playing classical a bit and used these strings. The guitar that I had was a Takamine C132S and I still have a back up pair of these strings even though I no longer own the guitar. These strings are manufactured in the United States and are a normal tension set of strings. I'm not an expert when it comes to classical or nylon strings, but these are good strings and will definitely get the job......
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    The D'Addario Pro Arté EJ 45 is a set of nylon/classical guitar strings. I would only use these on a guitar that is designated for nylon strings, although I don't know how they would work out on a steel string guitar. I don't own a classical guitar any more, but I used to have one when I was playing classical a bit and used these strings. The guitar that I had was a Takamine C132S and I still have a back up pair of these strings even though I no longer own the guitar. These strings are manufactured in the United States and are a normal tension set of strings. I'm not an expert when it comes to classical or nylon strings, but these are good strings and will definitely get the job done at a low cost. I honestly haven't tried too many other sets of classical strings, and probably none other from D'Addario, but I've certainly used other acoustic and electric strings from D'Addario and of course like many I've been a big fan. The Pro Arté EJ 45 have a very clean overall feel that will make your guitar as easy to play as it will allow. I don't think it's possible to go too wrong with these strings as they are very well made and won't cost you much at all. You might think that classical strings are a bit more expensive than your average electric or steel acoustic strings, but they're in the same ballpark and these are definitely right in there with the rest of classical strings when it comes to price. You can probably get some pretty expensive nylon strings if you're a true professional and need the best of the best, but for those looking for a good pair of classical/nylon strings for cheap, these will do the job.
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  • D'Addario Pro-Arté Nylon Core ClassicalPublié le 12/24/07 à 05:51
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    I use these strings on a classical guitar buddy gave me a few years ago and on which I started on guitar. I found the original sound a bit feeble, I changed the strings for it and I think since it sounds much better. The sound is more powerful in the first volume, treble and bass crystalline deeper, in short it's as if I had changed for the better guitar. So when I pressed my friend, when he played with his guitar, I found the sound of low quality and I advised him to change the strings for this one .... The value for money seems very correct, especially as I now play mostly on an electric guitar. Maybe other strings are better? but not necessarily for less ... and then to each his ears......
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    I use these strings on a classical guitar buddy gave me a few years ago and on which I started on guitar. I found the original sound a bit feeble, I changed the strings for it and I think since it sounds much better. The sound is more powerful in the first volume, treble and bass crystalline deeper, in short it's as if I had changed for the better guitar. So when I pressed my friend, when he played with his guitar, I found the sound of low quality and I advised him to change the strings for this one .... The value for money seems very correct, especially as I now play mostly on an electric guitar. Maybe other strings are better? but not necessarily for less ... and then to each his ears and his practice ... the strings must be tested, listen, like any musical instrument ... but to change and try other brands as usual it can open other opportunities and enhance a guitar!
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  • D'Addario Pro-Arté Nylon Core ClassicalPublié le 02/09/10 à 02:13
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    hello, they are too long to do, 2 3 weeks, then I change the brand ...
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