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Savarez Carte Rouge 520R High Tension
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Guitar String from Savarez belonging to the Carte series.

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  • Tim CotterillTim Cotterill

    Not cheap, but best performance & quality.

    Savarez Carte Rouge 520R High TensionPublished on 01/30/20 at 02:29
    I am an advanced guitarist. I have been playing for many years. These are my 1st choice strings for performance / recital & practice.

    I have a 30 year old rosewood back and sides, cedar top, mahogany neck, ebony bridge & finger board, classical guitar that makes exceptional tone and projection... these strings make it better.

    They give me the best control of volume and tones, in all picking hand positions. The articulation, clarity and separation of notes, even past the 12th fret is excellent.

    The Fretting hand touch must be delicate to avoid string squeak, but that comes with practice, & time.

    The Tone is well balanced across treble and bass, it’s nothing overpowering. No boomi…
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    I am an advanced guitarist. I have been playing for many years. These are my 1st choice strings for performance / recital & practice.

    I have a 30 year old rosewood back and sides, cedar top, mahogany neck, ebony bridge & finger board, classical guitar that makes exceptional tone and projection... these strings make it better.

    They give me the best control of volume and tones, in all picking hand positions. The articulation, clarity and separation of notes, even past the 12th fret is excellent.

    The Fretting hand touch must be delicate to avoid string squeak, but that comes with practice, & time.

    The Tone is well balanced across treble and bass, it’s nothing overpowering. No booming bass, no glassy piercing trebles, just mellow, beautiful sound.

    I have played, D’Addario, Augustine, Martin, Ernie Ball, etc. If a new set comes out I try them.... then I come back to these.

    It has been so for many, many years.
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  • BickBick

    Savarez Carte Rouge 520R High TensionPublished on 12/11/05 at 11:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use them for a long time for my classical guitar, it has a good sound, accurate bass are well represented, and it does not break easily!
    must be a good day to tension the strings are the same ... but it Paroutis
    Caution is therefore a very deep draft for those who want the lighter take on board in yellow or white ... AYou to see!
    In short, nothing to say except the price a bit more expensive than others but hey, when we love we do not comlpte!
  • Punks not deadPunks not dead

    Savarez Carte Rouge 520R High TensionPublished on 07/07/08 at 07:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hi everyone,

    I have these strings for a while, six months.

    These are good cords, due to the strong tyrant, was a powerful game, taken, although the lower Submitted.
    They are rsistantes, Made in France. It's quality.

    No inconvnient set apart from the tyrant who is working hard my neck, it is too concave, the strings are too high, the game becomes difficult.

    Report qualitprix is ​​very well.

    With exprience, sure I do it again the same choice.
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