Fender 130 Clear Nylon Ball End Medium Classical Strings

.028-.043 Medium Gauge Nylon Classical Guitar Strings, Ball End
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Fender Nylon Classical 100 6-String Acoustic Guitar Strings Features at a Glance:
  • 6-String Acoustic Guitar Strings
  • .028, .029, .032, .035, .040, .043
  • Ball ends
  • Nylon

Fender Nylon Acoustic Guitar Strings — Quality strings from a name you trust!
NOTE: This product is available in the United States only - no international sales.

Tech Specs

Guitar Type Classical
Number of Sets 1
Gauges .028, .029, .032, .035, .040, .043
Core Material Nylon
Coated No
Winding Material Silver-plated Copper
Winding Type Classical
Manufacturer Part Number 0730130400

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Tarnish Easily

I fully admit I got these nylon strings over a year ago and waited to put them on until needed. The package sat, unopened, untouched by human hands in my studio until then. I was surprised to see so much tarnish on the wrapped strings when I finally opened them! It was so bad I seriously considered throwing them away, but put them on anyway. They sound fine, but look pretty ratty. Advice: don't order these too early!
Music background: Pro, teaching and recording studio owner
See also: Nylon Strings, Fender, Fender Classical Guitar Strings