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Acoustic Guitar Strings
GHS Acoustic Guitar Strings
For a set of acoustic guitar strings that are a perfect balance of tone, comfort and staying power, many musicians agree that GHS is in a class of their own. In fact, GHS has been the go-to choice of many professional recording artists since 1964, including Jack White of The White Stripes, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine and John Mellancamp. The simple truth is that when you equip your acoustic guitar with strings from GHS, you're going with a company that takes your musical aspirations seriously.
Throughout this section you'll find string options for both 6- and 12-string acoustics, nylon strings for classical guitars and even sets for acoustic-electrics. Of course, the guitar you play - as well as your playing style - will decide which string set is the right match for you. For example, lighter strings are easy on the hands and ideal for those who like to play fast, and the WBL White Bronze Light Acoustic-Electric Guitar strings are one of GHS's best sellers. Featuring a non-tarnishing material for an extra-brilliant sound and a long tone life, these strings are ideal for acoustic-electric applications.
Now for those who want to play with plenty of sustain and volume, your best bet is to go with a thicker gauge like the Contact Core Bright Bronze Medium Acoustic Guitar Strings. Featuring a specially tempered 80/20 copper-zinc alloy cover wire with a distinct contract core design, these strings are long-lasting and resonate incredibly well. Or maybe you're looking for a 12-string pack - in which case, check out the Bajo Sexto 12-string Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings. Boasting a warm and smooth tone, these strings are round wound and designed to provide recording musicians with outstanding results in the studio.
When you get right down it, acoustic guitar strings should always be chosen wisely to ensure you get the most out of your performance. With that in mind, you can always count on GHS for a set that highlights your strongest playing traits - so go ahead and take your pick.