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D’Addario NB1047 Nickel Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings, Extra Light

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D’Addario’s premium uncoated acoustic string set that provides a crisp and clear sound to accentuate the unique tone of your guitar. NB1047 are ideal for beginners or players who prefer a softer tone and easy bending. Nickel Bronze strings are the premium uncoated acoustic strings by D’Addario. Featuring an innovative combination of nickel-plated phosphor bronze wrapped onto a high carbon NY steel core, these strings bring out the unique tonal characteristics of any guitar, allowing its natural voice to truly shine. Nickel Bronze delivers unrivaled clarity, resonance and projection, as well as outstanding balance and harmonically rich overtones. Players will also enjoy improved tuning stability and higher break resistance, thanks to D’Addario-engineered NY Steel cores and plain steel strings.

Product Features

  • Delivers a full tonal spectrum, revealing the unique tonal qualities of your acoustic guitar
  • Increased corrosion resistance for a longer lasting uncoated string
  • Feature D’Addario’s exclusive high-carbon NY steel for unprecedented strength and tuning stability
  • Environmentally-friendly, corrosion-resistant packaging keeps strings fresh
  • Made in the U.S.A. for the highest quality and performance

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Comments

Vincent says:

Try them (especially if you play Taylor) There was a discussion about strings on an acoustic guitar forum and some “recommended” (strongly suggested) trying these strings. I searched the interwebs (YouTube) to see what reviewers said about them. There were several reviews, often comparing the sound of these against other strings. In all the reviews the results were similar. I thought the NB’s improved the sound of each instrument.In my case, I have a Taylor 614CE that I was looking to tweak the sound a bit on. I…

Tyler says:

Solid Strings These strings sound great. Bright tone that really gives you a full sound. Normally I’m not a fan of D’Addario strings because they seem to lose their sound quickly leaving me a flat/dull sound. These ones seem to last a little longer. Only negative feedback is that these were very rough on my fingers (see picture). I usually play elixirs that are coated so maybe I’m just used to those.These strings also do produce a slight squeaking sound when sliding bar chords up and down the…

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