Martin MEC13 Clapton's Choice Phosphor Bronze Medium

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Strings that deliver the performance Eric Clapton demands, live or in the studio!

Gauges 13-56.

Clapton's Choice acoustic guitar strings are engineered for an abundance of clear, warm tone with a brightness that delivers expressiveness and highlights individual style. These phosphor bronze strings feature a 92/8 blend and classic Martin quality for hour after hour of enjoyable, toneful play.

"When I play acoustic guitar, whether in a studio or on stage, these Martin Strings are my choice. They deliver the sound that I demand." - Eric Clapton


Order now and do your best acoustic Slowhand.

 
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Martin MEC13 Claptons Choice Phosphor Bronze Medium.

By Sanm Gentry

from Belle Chasse, LA

Comments about Martin MEC13 Clapton's Choice Phosphor Bronze Medium:

I buy these strings because I like the sound they give my acoustic guitar. Other strings have two much of a brass sound. I can play these and not kill my fingers. So after trying others and being disappointed, I buy these

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Good Strings

By B-Man

from Salem

Comments about Martin MEC13 Clapton's Choice Phosphor Bronze Medium:

I threw a set of the medium gauge on my Washburn about a month back. At first they had an exceedingly bright, almost metallic, ring to them and I wasn't sure if I liked them. But after giving them a chance, they've mellowed out beautifully. Now they sound great and I've logged quite a few sessions on them with no breaks or real oxidizing. They even seem to stay in tune better than others I've tried. Good Strings!

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