Ernie Ball PO2148 Earthwood .011-.052 Light Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Strings

.011-.052 Custom Gauge Acoustic Guitar Strings, Super Slinky, Phosphor Bronze
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Ernie Ball Super Slinky Acoustic Guitar Strings

Ernie Ball strings have been a top choice for players of all types since the early 1960s, when guitarists came into Ernie Ball's music store, customizing their string gauges to make their axes easier to play. After fruitless attempts to interest major guitar manufacturers in a lighter set of strings, Ernie Ball decided to start making his own. When you open a pack of his strings today, you know you're getting a quality set of strings designed to give you great tone, reliable performance, and long life. You can't go wrong when you string up with Ernie Ball strings!

Ernie Ball's Super Slinky Acoustic Phosphor Bronze strings are made from 92% copper, 7.7% tin, 0.3% phosphorus wire wrapped around tin plated hex shaped steel core wire. They have a light orange, gold color and provide mellow, ringing sound, with excellent clarity

Ernie Ball Acoustic Super Slinky Strings Features at a Glance:
  • Type: Acoustic 6-String
  • .011, .015, .022, .030, .042, .052
  • Mellow tone
  • Tin-plated hex steel core
  • Phosphor bronze
Ernie Ball Slinky Acoustic Phosphor Bronze strings give you a mellow and warm tone!

Tech Specs

Guitar Type Acoustic
Number of Sets 1
Coated No
Gauges .011, .015, .022, .030, .042, .052
Core Material Steel
Winding Material Phosphor Bronze
Winding Type Acoustic Wound
Manufacturer Part Number P02148

Customer Reviews

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Great Strings

Im not really a serious guitar player or anything (although i wish i was!) i just play when im bored here and there some easy songs but I popped a couple strings when tuning up and decided to give these strings a try because i know "super slinky" strings are popular amongst serious players and have been for a long time. And i was really surprised at the tone these strings gave off. They're Great sounding strings and make my guitar def sound better than the original strings did!.. If these ever break I would def buy them again because i like the sound so much!

excellent strings

I recently tried a set of these and I'm amazed. I've used Martin SP's forever and thought I'd give these a try. These are definitely my new string of choice for my acoustic !! Excellent bass response & bright, shiney trebles. Excellent volume across all strings. In fact these have twice the volume & tone than the SP's. I'm hooked !!
Music background: active musician

Great Sounding Strings

I put a set on My E 20 D Eastman Dread which is an Adirondack Spruce Top and Rosewood back and sides. I was looking for something that would be more transparent than a coated brand I tried which weren't bad, just not enough personality for me. The wound strings have a really nice balanced tone to them, not harsh but crisp and just the right warmth. The unwound B and E are very pleasantly crisp and clear but again no harshness. Just a good mix of everything. They also have minimal string squeak and are easy on the fingers. Don't let anyone tell you "light" gauge strings can't do the job.
Music background: Semi Pro Player in an Acoustic Duo

Good to Go

I also bought these to replace Martin 80/20 Bronze strings that were terrible. Noticed the difference immediately. Nice, even, bright tone. Much better than the Martin strings. To be fair though, I have to say the Martin strings were the basic bronze acoustic strings and not the Marquis strings. Anyway, I dig the Super Slinky's and won't hesitate to get them again.

Love 'em!

I can'i find a fault with these strings - easy on the fingers, sound great, they produce a very nice, even volume across all six strings, lovely rich tone without booming. I put these on my Martin acoustic after finding that the new Martin strings I'd put on it were just awful and I've been grinning ever since. Don't think twice, just buy 'em!
Music background: I play for fun
See also: Acoustic Strings, Ernie Ball, Ernie Ball Acoustic Guitar Strings