D'Addario EJ44C Pro-Arte Composites Extra Hard Classical Guitar Strings

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Premium strings for profound sound.

Gauges 29-33.3-38-30-36-47.

EJ44C Pro-Arte Composites Classical Guitar strings are part of D'Addario's premium classical guitar string series. Treble strings are measured by a sophisticated computer-controlled laser which performs consistency and quality checks, insuring true-sounding strings in every set. Basses are made with 80/20 bronze wound on nylon.

D'Addario is the world's largest manufacturer of strings for musical instruments. Many top guitarists won't play any other brand. Regardless of your playing style, D'Addario has a set of strings that's right for your classical guitar.

Check out a set and be prepared to be won over.

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D'Addario EJ44C Pro-Arte Composite Strings


from Fairfield, Iowa

Comments about D'Addario EJ44C Pro-Arte Composites Extra Hard Classical Guitar Strings:

D'Addario has done the impossible, they've made a classical string that gives a gut-like tone and lasts 2-3 times longer than a normal set of strings. I got a year and half on my first set with bright sound all the way! These strings give a full rich, consistant sound, that beats any brand I've ever used, including Martin and Augustine. The special composite 3rd (G) string is made to give better balance between the bass and treble strings. And for those who would rather stick to a normal G string DAddario includes one as a bonus. What can I say but try a pair. You'll be back for more but not for a while. These strings just won't quit.

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