Martin MSP-4250 SP 92/8 Phosphor Bronze Bluegrass Acoustic Strings

.013-.056, Bluegrass, 92/8 Phosphor Bronze, Acoustic SP Guitar Strings
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Martin MSP-4250 SP 92/8 Phosphor Bronze Bluegrass Acoustic Strings
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Martin Strings Make Any Acoustic Sound Better

C. F. Martin & Co. designs their strings the way they design their guitars - for maximum performance, exacting tone, and playability. They know you want strings that will perform on stage or in the studio - or wherever your music takes you. Martin strings are designed to give you excellent tone, clarity, and response. Martin strings are ideal live, in the studio, or wherever maximum string life and a clear, rich and exciting tone is an absolute must. Martin strings will take you wherever your music goes.

Martin SP Bluegrass 92/8 Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings Features at a Glance:
  • Bluegrass gauge
  • Gauges .013 .017 .026 .036 .046 .056
  • 92/8 Phosphor Bronze
  • SP coating for extended life
Give your acoustic a sonic advantage, with Martin Acoustic Guitar Strings!

Tech Specs

Guitar Type Acoustic
Number of Sets 1
Coated Yes (SP Coating)
Gauges .013, .017, .026, .036, .046, .056
Core Material Steel
Winding Material Phosphor Bronze
Winding Type Acoustic Wound
Manufacturer Part Number 41MSP4250

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Sounded good on my Martin HD28E Retro, but were a little heavy on the gauges, ordered the MSP-4100 instead. Made a new guitar sound brighter than the woody sound the 7200 Life Span String sounded. If you play a lot the lighter gauges are easier on the hand & fingers. But I think the medium do sound better.
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