GHS A250 Phosphor Bronze Mandolin Strings (.010-.036)Item ID: A250
.010-.036 Light Gauge Mandolin Strings, Phosphor Bronze
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Great-sounding, Long-lasting Mandolin Strings from GHS!GHS has been manufacturing high-quality strings since 1964. Professional musicians and amateur hobbyists who want great sound from their instruments turn to GHS for a wide variety of tones. The goal at GHS is to provide players around the world with strings that consistently exceed expectations. Each set set of these incredible strings is backed by decades of experience and GHS' unwavering commitment to quality. These Phosphor Bronze strings are ideal for potato bug and other fragile instruments. For a well balanced, mellow yet bright tone, GHS' Phosphor Bronze strings are an excellent choice!
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Reviewsbased on 1 review
Loop ends wound way up the string
by The Offshore Accounts from USAThese are good strings, but I wanted to give browsers a head's up on the loop ends. I have a Crafter mandolin, which like the Ovation uses ball-end strings. Usually no problem for me, since I just put... read more [+] the ball ends of old guitar strings into the mando string loops. Mandolins like mine have the bridge not far removed from the ball ends.
May 22, 2011
Music Background: performing/recording musician
The issue I want to point out is that these strings are wound pretty far up after the loop, to the point that it overlaps onto the bridge. Not that great for trying to have a single point of contact.
Because of this, I'll probably go back to using the Martin strings.
Nothing else wrong with the strings themselves. close [-]
Jordan, Marquette, MI