The 80/20 bronze wrap wire on D'Addario EXP11 Light acoustic guitar strings has a micro-fine coating applied to it before it is wound onto the hex-shaped core wire. The result is a built-in barrier ag... Click To Read More About This Product
The 80/20 bronze wrap wire on D'Addario EXP11 Light acoustic guitar strings has a micro-fine coating applied to it before it is wound onto the hex-shaped core wire. The result is a built-in barrier against the corrosion and wear that can quickly sap the life out of your strings and your guitar's sound.
Pack of 10 string sets.
D'Addario EXP11 coated guitar strings provide longer life and increased durability coupled with the brightness, clarity, and sensitivity you've come to expect from D'Addario acoustic guitar strings. And since the EXP coating is cross-linked to the wrap wire prior to winding, the strings sound fresh and bright. Coupled with D'Addario's compound-plated plain steel strings, EXPs are some of the longest lasting, most natural sounding coated strings you can buy.
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 that's right for you.
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Comments about D'Addario EXP11 Coated 80/20 Bronze Light Acoustic Guitar Strings - 10 Pack:
I have been using D'Addario strings on all of my instruments (electric and acoustic guitars, electric basses) for many years. It took me a while to get over the idea that coated strings were worth the additional expense. Recently, I bought a new guitar with the EXP strings. WOW! Everything popped and they sounded like new for three or four times longer. Well worth the extra dinero. My ONLY disappointment is that they don't yet offer the 10 pack in Phosphor Bronze. A most of my acoustics have spruce tops which are OK with the more rounded sound of the 80/20s. But my one solid cedar top guitar really benefits from the extra detail of the Phosphors. Too bad I can only get them in single sets and lose the bulk savings. Maybe somebody will read this and get the idea?