Elixir Strings Nanoweb 80/20 Acoustic Guitar Strings .011-.052 Custom Light

0.011-0.052 Nanoweb Custom Light Gauge Acoustic Guitar Strings
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Put These Long-lasting Strings on Your Acoustic Guitar!

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! Fewer 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 lets them move freely, giving their tone some of the gloss associated with more responsive Phosphor Bronze strings.

Elixir Nanoweb Custom Light 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Strings Features at a Glance:
  • 0.011, 0.015, 0.022, 0.032, 0.042, 0.052
  • Nanoweb coating
  • Extra-long life
  • 80/20 Bronze
  • Bright tone
Elixir Acoustic Guitar Strings give you great sound and long-lasting performance!

Tech Specs

Guitar Type Acoustic
Number of Sets 1
Coated Yes (Nanoweb Coating)
Gauges .011, .015, .022, .032, .042, .052
Core Material Steel
Winding Material 80/20 Bronze
Winding Type Acoustic Wound
Manufacturer Part Number 11027

Customer Reviews

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Tired of changing strings?

I started using Elixer nanoweb custom lights on my acoustic guitar 7 or 8 years ago. I am in a country band that plays 2-3 show a week. Sometimes I will also do an occasional acoustic show on a weeknight as well. These strings are a good bang for the buck.That being said, I can usually play on a set of strings before they start losing tone for 4 to 6 weeks before changing strings. The key to keeping these or any strings sounding "alive" is to clean each string with a dry rag before putting up your guitar after every ( and I mean every) you play. These stings will start to look worn long before the tone starts to go away and you know they are done when you start having to tune after every couple of songs. Overall, I highly recommend these strings both the acoustic and electric version. Been using them for years and have tried some others over time, but always come back to these.
Music background: country band

These are the real deal

I am the worship leader at my church, and I have been playing on the same set of Elixirs on my Takamine EF-341c for the last 10 months. Even though the strings are visibly worn, they still sound AMAZING both through a mic and DI into the sound system. I have played Martin SP's, Dean Markley, Kaman Adamas, and many others in the past 20 years, but these are the ONLY ones I have ever had that would stand up to the punishment I deal them.I HIGHLY recommend these for ANYONE looking for great sound as well as great longevity from their strings.
Music background: Worship Leader, Acoustic/Electric Guitarist, Recording Engineer

How long can they last???

I just replaced a set that had been on my acoustic for 2 or 3 years... They still sounded decent. I hope they are as good on an electric guitar!
Music background: guitar, bass, drums

Great strings

These strings do the job..

Great Strings

Strings perform as advertised and feel a bit smoother with reduced noise and noticeably less squeak. Tone and volume are great, no complaints there- wouldn't be able to tell the difference based on what/how I play. This was my first try at using coated acoustic strings (normally play Martin 80/20s) and after reading some postings on other sites I worried that they might be hard to get a grip on and bend, but that's not the case at all. Great if you've got 'acid hands' like mine and run through strings - if not then you might not get the extra mileage out of them.
Music background: Hobbyist
See also: Acoustic Strings, Elixir Strings, Elixir Strings Acoustic Guitar Strings