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Elixir Strings Nanoweb Coating Electric
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Elixir Strings Nanoweb Coating Electric

Guitar String from Elixir Strings .

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Annonces Elixir Strings Nanoweb Coating Electric

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"Longer lasting with a more natural feel"

Elixir Strings Nanoweb Coating ElectricPublished on 12/25/11 at 19:28
Since nowadays I play so many guitars my personal guitars have to go long times without maintenance. I recently decided to try out the Elixir coated strings the Nanowebs and the Polywebs. I used two guitars and equipped them with each of the different types of strings from Elixir to test out the longevity and tone from the string with the different methods of coatings. The Nanoweb strings seem to be the more natural feeling of the two sets of strings. With the Nanoweb strings each little thread of string is individually coated then wrapped around the central string. The coating helps prevent dirt and gunk from building up in the ridges of the string. This seems to do a good job and the......
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Since nowadays I play so many guitars my personal guitars have to go long times without maintenance. I recently decided to try out the Elixir coated strings the Nanowebs and the Polywebs. I used two guitars and equipped them with each of the different types of strings from Elixir to test out the longevity and tone from the string with the different methods of coatings. The Nanoweb strings seem to be the more natural feeling of the two sets of strings. With the Nanoweb strings each little thread of string is individually coated then wrapped around the central string. The coating helps prevent dirt and gunk from building up in the ridges of the string. This seems to do a good job and the Nanoweb strings seem to last a 3 or 4 times longer than normal strings. Straight out of the box they do not have the twang and spank of a brand new set of uncoated strings but they retain their brand new tone 3 to 4 times longer it seems. This is the 10-52 set which I prefer. Having used GHS strings for years when I could get them I find that other companies strings are slightly lighter than there in feeling. This could all be in my head but a 10-52 GHS set to me feels heavier than everyone elses 10-52 set. This doesnt really matter as these strings held tune and performed fine with the slightly lower tunings I use. The coating gave them a slightly smoother feel and string noise was slightly reduced as well. These strings cost twice as much as regular strings but since they last 3 to 4 times as long you still end up saving money if you switch to these Elixir coated strings. If you are looking for coated strings that still feel close to what regular strings feel like these strings may be for you.
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" Magic!"

Elixir Strings Nanoweb Coating ElectricPublished on 12/07/14 at 08:18
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I no longer use these strings to ... They are simply magical. Before my strings broke after 2 weeks there even after six months I still have no case.
The touch is very nice, always slippery. A marvel.
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" For me it works! But for you? ..."

Elixir Strings Nanoweb Coating ElectricPublished on 01/20/14 at 17:02
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I am quite satisfied with its strings.

Before I used Ernie Ball 10/46. I tried to put her on one of my Elixir scratch (my main guitar).

Well I finally solved my problem sweating acid (bon appetit! ...)!

This must be several months that I have and they are as bright as my Elixir strings after 2 hours of play! (No I am not exaggerating!).

The treble strings tend to get dirty faster. But simply by cleaning (ie just remove residue once, without going on the ropes, quickly) they take really.

For what is serious, they are still shiny and new sound! I noticed on a recording where I hear this sound a little slamming new ropes (I do not know if you know what I mean, it's a sound as......
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I am quite satisfied with its strings.

Before I used Ernie Ball 10/46. I tried to put her on one of my Elixir scratch (my main guitar).

Well I finally solved my problem sweating acid (bon appetit! ...)!

This must be several months that I have and they are as bright as my Elixir strings after 2 hours of play! (No I am not exaggerating!).

The treble strings tend to get dirty faster. But simply by cleaning (ie just remove residue once, without going on the ropes, quickly) they take really.

For what is serious, they are still shiny and new sound! I noticed on a recording where I hear this sound a little slamming new ropes (I do not know if you know what I mean, it's a sound as if the rope curled a little).

In short, I thereto after it is true that it is expensive.

But buying a website, quantity, value for 11-8 € the game (and if) and we buy for at least 1 year. So more boredom.


At the moment I'm waiting for that break change. It's been awhile since I had not done that =)!


BUT: I have a friend who sweats a little less hands than me and yet Elixir do not match him at all because apparently they oxidize quickly. It went on Ernie Ball Titanium I think.


CONCLUSION: I therefore advice to try once, if like me you have problems with strings that oxidize 3-4h A test game!

Because:

For me it works! But for you? ...


Good music anyway, and do not take yourself too the head with it ^ ^.
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" not seen better"

Elixir Strings Nanoweb Coating ElectricPublished on 12/30/13 at 05:48
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I tried a bunch of brands for several (tens of) years and I do not see this brand better than both its lasting shine by its longevity.
no problem of texture or greasy feeling as I read above. for the price it is doubled if taken according to his dealer or a site in large quantities ... I had to pay € 11 in my last order.
I change when it is marked by frets because these strings do not wear ;)
I have not yet tried for acoustic guitar but I'm tempted.
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  • Manufacturer: Elixir Strings
  • Model: Nanoweb Coating Electric
  • Category: Guitar Strings
  • Added in our database on: 01/06/2006

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