Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings wound on Hexagonal Cores. Low tension...the sound is loud and warm.The Rare phosphor bronze acoustic strings are a departure from the standard, good quality bronze string currently available...not necessarily better, but possessing a new, different and stronger “voice”. When DR set out to produce a string with new characteristics, our goal was to redesign contemporary thinking about what phosphor bronze can do for a good acoustic guitar.
Hand-carved arch-tops, dreadnaughts and good steel string acoustic guitars made of rosewood, maple, and mahogany seem to benefit from a distinct improvement in tone, depth, and sustain with Rare phosphor strings. Players who want a fatter and louder sound, as well as a deeper bottom (who like to hear their guitars ring out) will appreciate the Rare phosphor tone, sound, and feel. According to our heavy-playing bluegrass friend, three time national guitar picking champion Steve Kaufman, Rares last an unusually long time.
Set 1 - E: 10, B: 14, G: 09, D: 12, A: 18, E: 28
Set 2 - E: 10, B: 14, G: 24, D: 30, A: 39, E: 48
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