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D'Addario EHR350 Half Round Jazz Light Electric Guitar Strings

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Gauges: 12-16-24-32-42-52.D'Addario EHR350 Jazz Light Electric Guitar Strings feature a hex steel core and color-coded ball ends.D'Addario is the world's largest manufacturer of strings for musical in... Click To Read More About This Product

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Gear returned in great condition, with only minor signs of use, such as slight scuffs or pick marks. It looks and plays like new and may be considered an equivalent to display units found in retail stores.
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D'Addario EHR350 Jazz Light Electric Guitar Strings feature a hex steel core and color-coded ball ends.

D'Addario is the world's largest manufacturer of strings for musical instruments. Many top guitarists won't play any other brand. Regardless of your playing style, D'Addario has a set of strings that's right for your electric guitar.

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D'AddarioEHR350 Half Round Jazz Light Electric Guitar Strings
 
5.0

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(13 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Perfect Strings For Chord Melody and Jazz Solo's

By Oscar Mollineaux

from Atlantic City

Comments about D'Addario EHR350 Half Round Jazz Light Electric Guitar Strings:

I have spent over thrity years looking for the best sounding and best feeling strings for the style of music that I play. I was never completely satisfied until I ordered these strings. They have the sweet bell like sound of round wound strings but also, the just ever so slightly warm yet subdued and dark atmosphere of the flat wound jazz guitar sound that those of us who appreciate it, long for and desire. I use The D'Addario RHR350 guitar strings on a custom D'angelico Excel Archtop with a 40 watt Fender Blues Deluxe amplifer. The Sound is absouletely unbelievable. I can only describe it as crisp but mellow and smooth. It truly is the best of both the flat and round guitar string world. They are not stiff but flexable with a no noise round wound grip. I have found my strings. I have found my sound. For me as a musican, this is monumental. These strings are an adventure into the world of Johnny Smith, Wes Montgomery and the likes. Think about it. No more Flat verses round issues. You now have the perfect blend. Bright, sweet, yet laid back smooth with out the finger noise. I wrote this review because there was next nothing written about the strings. They are worth 3 time the price I paid for them. Get out of the hear say world and try these. You'll love them.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Changed my tone...for the better

By Mark

from Santa Monica, CA

Comments about D'Addario EHR350 Half Round Jazz Light Electric Guitar Strings:

I've been playing for 36 years and own many guitars. I have been using Thomastik-Infeld Swing Jazz strings on my ES-175 and Yamaha AEX-1500 jazz boxes, but somehow found that they dulled the sound of the ES-175 too much; however, round-wound strings were too bright and not the answer. I did try the Thomastik Be-Bop series half-wound but was not happy with those either. These strings are the best I've found so far. After attempting to swap pickups in search of a more acoustic, woody tone and then swapping them back for the stock '57's, I decided to try the D'Addario half-wounds, and VIOLA (!), I've got the acoustic tone of the instrument back! I still recommend the Thomastik Swing strings for many archtops, but for the ES-175, I'm sticking with these for now.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Tone and Easy Playing

By Bill Sveglini

from Lincoln, CA

Comments about D'Addario EHR350 Half Round Jazz Light Electric Guitar Strings:

I have been a performing guitarist for 45 years and have used many brands and gauges of strings. For many years I used 13-56 or heavier to get a rich and full sound. A friend suggested I try the EHR350 set. I was astounded at the full and rich tone. I play mainly jazz and chord melody styles. These strings work great on my Super400 and I would highly suggest to anyone that wants good playability, less finger noise and great tone to give these strings a try. You will be happy you did.

 
5.0

Very sweet strings

By Anthony Alonzo

from Eagle Mountain, UT

Comments about D'Addario EHR350 Half Round Jazz Light Electric Guitar Strings:

I have a new lap steel and I went to Guitar Center looking for some flat wound strings in .013. The sales associate showed me these strings, and opened the package so I could see and feel them. I purchased them, and they are exactly what I was looking for. They are bright like round wound strings, but smooth enough that you don't get that rigged sound as you slide up or down the strings. The 3rd string is wound, which I am liking. I will definitely stick with these for my lap steel.

 
5.0

Great Strings for jazz and blues

By Dennis

from Ankeny IA

Comments about D'Addario EHR350 Half Round Jazz Light Electric Guitar Strings:

I have purchased these in the past and I gave them a try with my Godin midi guitar. Due to their thickness, I had to add additional springs on the floating bridge. No big deal. I set the guitar up and they have a great jazz sound (Burrell, Pass, Wes M, etc.). Also, blues sound is really good as well. However, bending is somewhat limited as to the heaviness of the strings.I play through a LIne 6 POD xt and a Mackie sound system. They are very smooth in texture and easy to play. Greatly recommended if you play chord/melody jazz or jazz blues.

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