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Martin & Co Traditional Silk and Steel
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Guitar String from Martin & Co belonging to the Traditional series.

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  • its sweet and rich

    Martin & Co Traditional Silk and SteelPublished on 05/24/12 at 12:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    mounted in recent weeks on a seagull Grand (parlor).
    I had envis to try to see what it was like.

    The sound is softer than the bronze, less bass and brightness, rich and balanced sound (you can hear the nuances of the game). affected very soft and low voltage (less volume than the phosphors).

    ideal for a game or nuanced fingerpicking finger (her sweet, very articulate) but less suited to the accompaniment of a pick (low volume, lack of bass).

    8 euros for the game, it's worth a try!
  • I'm amazed! My guitar is transformed!

    Martin & Co Traditional Silk and SteelPublished on 09/03/11 at 05:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    These incredible strings, I have chosen a radius without knowing them. They are white .... By asking I thought there was a problem, I had planted in the buying ...
    Oh no, not at all! My guitar sounds like never in 10 years that I have! Power, color, sustain, and I'm amazed.
    I highly recommend.
    Musically
    geolegx59
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