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Ernie Ball Earthwood Light 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Set, .011 – .052


Made from 80% copper, 20% zinc wire wrapped around hex shaped tin plated high carbon steel core wire. One of the most popular acoustic guitar strings as used by the Eagles, Elvis Costello and Joe Bonamassa. Ernie Ball 80/20 bronze acoustic strings provide a crisp, bright sound with pleasing overtones. Gauges .011, .015, .022w, .030, .042, .052. Part number 2004

Product Features

  • Wound Strings are 80% copper, 20% zinc wire wrapped around hex shaped tin plated steel core wire
  • Plain strings are made of specially tempered tin plated high carbon steel
  • The most popular acoustic guitar string alloy provides well balanced projection with crisp pleasing highs
  • Element Shield Packaging Prolongs string life and keeps strings as fresh as the day they were made
  • Made in California, U.S.A. Featuring the finest and freshest materials.

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Anonymous says:

Great strings, good price I bought these upon the recommendation of David Gilmour. They are great! They bend wonderfully and hold their tune. The sound is good. I have a Yamaha APX 900 which is what I would call a shallow body acoustic/electric guitar. I use it mainly for practice and composing. Previous to this I used Elixir light mediums which are good strings but don’t have much of a mid-range. I can play softly with these and also get very exuberant. I like the way they hold a note. I don’t play much lead, mostly…

Anonymous says:

Great Tone – Excellent For A Cedar Top Guitar I have tried almost every brand of string on my solid cedar top Seagull acoustic electric. The Godin PB’s that came on the guItar were terriible! I removed them and put on a set of Martin life span PB on it and the sound was worse!! I could not believe it. They always sounded great on my Washburn acoustic (sitka spruce solid top) I stumbled on to a blog where a guy had almost the same problem and a fellow told him to use 80/20 strings not PB on cedar top guitars. So I went to Amazon and…

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