Ernie Ball Coated Slinky Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Strings Light - 8 Pack  

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A pack of 8 light acoustic guitar string sets that produce rich, warm overtones.

8 packs of Ernie Ball Coated Slinky Phosphor Bronze Light Acoustic Guitar Strings. Ernie Ball Slinky guitar strings are crafted with a proprietary enamel coating on the wound strings and a rust-resistant plating on the plain strings. All the plain Slinky strings are reinforced with a patented winding of titanium wire around the lock twist of the ball end. Wound Slinky strings are wrapped with an alloy of 92% copper, 7.7% zinc wire, and .3% phosphor, providing excellent clarity with rich and warm overtones.

The Eagles, John Mayer, and Chris Cornell are just a few of the many musicians who play Ernie Ball strings both live and in the studio. Made with the finest and freshest raw materials, all Ernie Ball strings are hermetically sealed to ensure your strings stay as fresh as the day they were made.

Light gauges: 11-15-22w-30-42-52.

Stock up on strings the affordable way when you order this 8-pack today.

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Comments about Ernie Ball Coated Slinky Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Strings Light - 8 Pack:

I got a set of these for free once and have never gone back to my D'Addario's. They made my beaten up old Yamaha sound clean and warm. Plus, they are worth the extra couple of dollars as they last forever. Since I play electric guitar all the time as well, I prefer the light or light-mediums so the difference in finger pressure isn't as big of deal when switching between them on stage.

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