D'Addario J75 Medium/Heavy Phosphor Bronze Wound Bluegrass Mandolin Strings  

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The D'Addario J35 Mandolin Bluegrass Strings are known for their easy playability and longevity. Phosphor Bronze was introduced to string making by D'Addario in 1974 and has become synonymous with war... Read More

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The D'Addario J35 Mandolin Bluegrass Strings are known for their easy playability and longevity. Phosphor Bronze was introduced to string making by D'Addario in 1974 and has become synonymous with warm acoustic tone. Medium heavy. Gauges 11.5-16-26-41

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D'AddarioJ75 Medium/Heavy Phosphor Bronze Wound Bluegrass Mandolin Strings
 
3.7

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

Great Strings But Hard to Find

By Pam Gray

from Dallas, Texas

Comments about D'Addario J75 Medium/Heavy Phosphor Bronze Wound Bluegrass Mandolin Strings:

I have used various D'Addario strings, and I keep coming back to the J75. I use them on my Gibson Goldrush, and they really give my high strings a bright tone as compared to other strings that I have used in the past. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to find very many music stores in the DFW area that actually have them in stock in their store.

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Should have bought Martins.

By Joey D

from Moore, Oklahoma.

Comments about D'Addario J75 Medium/Heavy Phosphor Bronze Wound Bluegrass Mandolin Strings:

So I bought these, because they are the only mandolin strings the local music shop offers. I've been playing mandolin for about 3 or so years, and avidly use Martins. The past 2 times, since the music shop quit selling Martins, I bought these. I play guitar, and I am not fond of D'Addario anything(I'm an Elixer and Dunlop guy), but I decided to give them the benefit of the doubt. I put the strings on, and although the loops were not fitting right, they seemed decent. But twice, when tuning the E string it kept falling out and eventually snapped and popped me in the face.

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5.0

Wonderful strings!

By Anthony

from Mount Airy, NC

Comments about D'Addario J75 Medium/Heavy Phosphor Bronze Wound Bluegrass Mandolin Strings:

I've been using these strings for about three years now on my Kentucky KM-180S mandolin. Absolutely wonderful strings! They have great tone and a last a while if you manage them good. I highly recommend these!

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