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D'Addario EJ63i Nickel Irish Tenor Banjo Strings (9-30)  

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D'Addario EJ63i banjo sets are designed for the Irish tenor banjo, typically tuned in fifths and played with a "plectrum" picking style.

D'Addario banjo strings are trusted by legends like Ra... Read More

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D'Addario EJ63i banjo sets are designed for the Irish tenor banjo, typically tuned in fifths and played with a "plectrum" picking style.

D'Addario banjo strings are trusted by legends like Ralph Stanley, Rob McCoury, Ron Block, Alison Brown, and more, for their authentic tone and reliable performance. They are made from the highest quality plain steel, stainless steel, nickel plated steel and phosphor bronze and available in a wide variety of gauges.

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D'AddarioEJ63i Nickel Irish Tenor Banjo Strings (9-30)
 
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Not the right gauge

By Jason

from Boston, MA

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Comments about D'Addario EJ63i Nickel Irish Tenor Banjo Strings (9-30):

These are too low tension when tuned up for my Irish tenor. They sound good and are easy to play, but they are low volume--which might be a good thing in certain circumstances. The main problem though, is that it is impossible to play in tune with them, because the low tension makes the pitch bend severely when you put pressure behind the fret.

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