Elixir Strings Nanoweb 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings (.012-.053 Light)Item ID: AcNL
.012-.053 Nanoweb Light Gauge Acoustic Guitar Strings
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.012-.053 Light - $13.95
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Put These Long-lasting Strings on Your Acoustic!Elixir Acoustic Nanoweb strings don't just sound great; their micro-thin coating keeps them sounding great for a lot longer than average strings. If you want to keep your guitar tone consistently great day in and day out, put on a set of Elixir Acoustic Nanoweb strings. Their coating actually cuts down on unnecessary finger friction. You'll be amazed at how long they last! Less string changes means having to buy strings less often.
Elixir's 80/20 Bronze strings are made of 80% soft copper and 20% durable zinc, presenting a smoother, mellower tone than Phosphor Bronze acoustic strings. They tend to assume a warmer glowing tone, but the ultra-lightweight Nanoweb™ coating gives lets them move freely, giving their tone some of the gloss associated with more responsive Phosphor Bronze strings.
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Elixir Acoustic Guitar Strings give you great sound and long-lasting performance!
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Reviewsbased on 2 reviews
by curtis from TexasI love these strings. Especially if you have a Taylor because these are the strings that they currently use in manufacturing. They're more expensive but yes, they actually last 2 or 3 times as long a... read more [+]s other strings I've used. They stay in tune well and have a bright yet full tone. Recommended. close [-]
March 19, 2013
Music Background: songwriter, engineer
Not as expected... on THIS Guitar
by David from JapanI'm not an accomplished player- and usually don't go nuts over what strings I'm playing. I've used Martin strings for years just because they sounded good. Never done much comparison. I bought thes... read more [+]e earlier to put on my Ovation Balladier because my acid hands were just killing strings to quickly. On the Ovation, the strings sounded great and intoned well (as well as a 25+ year old Ovation can?). I was very pleased with them and reviewed them with 5 stars.
January 31, 2013
Music Background: Hobbyist
Fast forward to now- I put a set on my Wechter Pathmaker (awesome guitar) and they sounded like wet noodles. They sound like new strings that somebody rubbed down with glue or something. Absolutely unacceptable... took them off immediately. Again, I'm not a player who needs to hear every subtle nuance and these sounded bad to even my ear.
My advice would be this- don't be afraid to experiment with these but be prepared for them to sound totally different on different guitars. But for me- when they sound this bad on one guitar I can't help but think they're holding down my Ovation that's just got the boom to overcome it. I'll probably just go back to playing Martins on everything. close [-]
Mario, Indianapolis, IN