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John Pearse is a small string company, known quite well in bluegrass circles. Great strings!

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John Pearse is a small string company, known quite well in bluegrass circles. Great strings!

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John Pearse200L 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings
 
4.8

(based on 6 reviews)

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5.0

good strings

By JOHN

from Warwick, R.I.

Comments about John Pearse 200L 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings:

I tried these on a Martin OM-21 after using the John Pearse silk and bronze strings. The 80/20 strings are somewhat brighter, and sound great on this guitar.

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The Velvet Bomb

By Adam

from Brooklyn, NY

Comments about John Pearse 200L 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings:

I've played these strings on every guitar I've ever owned. I'm a banger: No lead, no picking. These strings open up like a piano, with delicious (but not piercing) highs, and deep (not booming,) sonorous lows with a mid-range that holds everything up nicely. They last a pretty good long time, and hold up pretty well to repeated, various tunings (I often go to a drop 'D'). But when you throw on a new set, you fall in love all over again. Perhaps even more so than your first set...

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(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Beautiful sound, but murder on female hobbyist's fingertips

By Laura

from Norwalk, CT

Comments about John Pearse 200L 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings:

I gutted out playing with them for a few days because they sounded so good, but had to quit because of undeniable Fingertip Pinprick Zing. (And that took me out of any playing for a good week or so.) Live and Learn.

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4.0

First time user...

By Paul K.

from Batavia, NY

Comments about John Pearse 200L 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings:

I've heard of these strings and this brand via written reviews with other players in magazines and decided to re-string my older Martin D18 with a set. Very comfortable playing and a nice match for this guitar tonally. Even response, bright but not obnoxious. Will be interested to see how they hold up.

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5.0

Instant Satisfaction

By John Doe

from South Carolina

Comments about John Pearse 200L 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings:

These strings rock, as a new player i was instantly gratified with the performance these bad boys gave. I could not be happier with the quality and playability of these strings, John Pearse obviously put a lot of time and personal influence on his products and for a lesser know company in the world of the giants (DR, Elixir, Martin... etc.) these really outperform the bunch. If you haven't given them a shot then by all means DO!!

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(9 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The Right String for the Job

By Beezwax584

from Studio City, California

Comments about John Pearse 200L 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings:

I recently went through all my acoustic electric guitars hoping to weed out the week link in my collection before I brought a new axe into the roost. I tried various string combinations on various guitars & found that some guitars work better with specific string combinations than others. All strings are not right for all guitars. That being said, I had a high end guitar that was not comfortable to play and didn't sound the way I thought it should. I tried Elixers, DR, Diadarrio and others. I had heretofore gone with 13/56 DR's on this axe for slide, but it wasn't so good for anything else. Within moments of finishing a string job with JOHN PEARSE strings 12/53's it was obvious I had found a match unlike anything I have ever found. They are quite possibly the finest sounding strings I have ever used. Great for slide, great for picking, Just Great. If you have a guitar that just doesn't sound and play as you think it should, do try the JOHN PEARSE strings. Also, do yourself a favor and make sure you have full windings when you install them, at least 3 or 4 rotations, it helps the string to relax and not be so tense.

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