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Dean Markley Vintage Bronze
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Dean Markley Vintage Bronze

Guitar String from Dean Markley .

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" the bluesy at your fingertips"

Dean Markley Vintage BronzePublished on 05/11/12 at 02:18
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I discovered these strings on my ibanez ael 20, electro acoustic;
J have already played on: ernie ball slinky; elixir; Rotosound; martin d addario, drawing light except for addario!
Dean Markley on these, they are placed on that one feels that they are less flexible than the slinky, but it seems to me that normal! .. they are soft to the touch, and agreements have good power, if you love the blues jazz and these strings are really suitable; sound very pleasant, tinted blues leaves these strings; good bass, muffled, but presented, deep and warm, non-crystalline treble, but also present, only the mediums are a too, to my taste, down, but solo fingerpicking or c is a real fun game, a good......
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I discovered these strings on my ibanez ael 20, electro acoustic;
J have already played on: ernie ball slinky; elixir; Rotosound; martin d addario, drawing light except for addario!
Dean Markley on these, they are placed on that one feels that they are less flexible than the slinky, but it seems to me that normal! .. they are soft to the touch, and agreements have good power, if you love the blues jazz and these strings are really suitable; sound very pleasant, tinted blues leaves these strings; good bass, muffled, but presented, deep and warm, non-crystalline treble, but also present, only the mediums are a too, to my taste, down, but solo fingerpicking or c is a real fun game, a good sound "vintage" really good quality and great, it did not hurt the fingers even after several hours of play; I just ask them, and the sound will change somewhat .. but I think it will be even better in a week!
over one set has very affordable price, and I do it again this choice without hesitating, because I like in particular blues!
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  • Manufacturer: Dean Markley
  • Model: Vintage Bronze
  • Category: Guitar Strings
  • Added in our database on: 07/31/2012

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