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Elixir Strings Nanoweb Coating 80/20 Bronze Acoustic
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Elixir Strings Nanoweb Coating 80/20 Bronze Acoustic

Elixir introduced two new Nanoweb DH Light string sets for acoustic guitars, which were developed in collaboration with Taylor Guitars.

The Nanoweb HD Light strings are the result of the association between Elixir and Andy Powers from Taylor Guitars. Powers wanted to create a customized string set that could generate more harmonics, a wider spectrum and an improved definition in the bass range for the new Taylor Grand Concert and Grand Auditorium guitars (see this news).

The result is a unique set, named HD Light, that blends Elixir light- and medium-gauge strings with a custom .025 gauge third string (a standard light-gauge G string is a .024; the medium is a .026). The specific gauging is: .013, .017, .025, .032, .042, .053.

This new series is available in both Phosphor Bronze and 80/20 versions. Their prices are identical to the standard Phosphor Bronze and 80/20 currently available.

More info at www.elixirstrings.com/hdlight/.

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