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  1. Top Seller
    Martin M140 80/20 Bronze Light Acoustic Guitar Strings
    Was: $11.65 $349
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    Ernie Ball 2221 Nickel Regular Slinky Electric Guitar Strings 3 Pack
    Was: $25.50 $1000
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    Ernie Ball 2223 Nickel Super Slinky Pink Electric Guitar Strings 3 Pack
    Was: $25.50 $1000
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    D'Addario EXL110 Nickel Light Electric Guitar Strings 3-Pack
    Was: $29.60 $1299
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    Martin MEC12 Clapton's Choice Phosphor Bronze Light Acoustic Guitar Strings
    Was: $14.99 $699
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    Ernie Ball 2221 Nickel Regular Slinky Electric Guitar Strings
    Was: $9.65 $499
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    Elixir Nanoweb HD Light Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings
    Was: $32.00 $1699
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    Martin M130 Silk and Steel Custom Acoustic Guitar Strings
    Was: $16.25 $495
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    D'Addario EJ27N Normal Tension Classical Guitar Strings
    Was: $11.70 $379
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    Elixir Nanoweb Light Medium Acoustic Guitar Strings
    Was: $30.00 $1117
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    Martin M170 80/20 Bronze Extra Light Acoustic Guitar Strings
    Was: $11.65 $339
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    Musician's Gear Electric 10 Nickel Plated Steel Guitar Strings
    Was: $8.99 $229
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    D'Addario EJ16-3D Phosphor Bronze Light Acoustic Guitar Strings (3-Pack)
    $1299
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    Ernie Ball 2223 Nickel Super Slinky Custom Gauge Electric Guitar Strings
    Was: $9.65 $499
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    Ernie Ball 2215 Nickel Skinny Top/Heavy Bottom Electric Guitar Strings
    Was: $9.00 $529
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    Ernie Ball 2008 Earthwood 80/20 Bronze Rock and Blues Acoustic Guitar Strings
    Was: $9.00 $599
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    Martin M150 80/20 Bronze Medium Acoustic Guitar Strings
    Was: $11.65 $349
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    $6.19
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    Martin MSP4200 SP Phosphor Bronze Medium Acoustic Guitar Strings
    $649
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    D'Addario EJ16 Phosphor Bronze Light Acoustic Guitar Strings Single-Pack
    Was: $13.55 $649
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    GHS GB-DGF David Gilmour Signature Blue Set Electric Guitar Strings
    Was: $10.29 $519
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When you play a guitar, bass, ukulele, mandolin or any other instrument in this big family, it's the vibration of the strings that creates your sound. That's common knowledge, of course, but have you ever stopped to really think about the implications? It's all too easy to dismiss your strings as just another part of your instrument, but the truth is they're more like its heart - and since playing the instrument means touching its strings, they also have a huge impact on the way it feels to play. With all that in mind, it's easy to see why the choice of strings is such an important one: it can make a massive difference in every aspect of your instrument, especially playability and tone. Picking out a new set of strings involves a number of choices, and those will depend on the specific instrument, so don't forget to filter the lineup by selecting a category. In most cases, that'll leave you with an easy-to-browse range of options - although if you're a guitarist or bassist, you'll still have hundreds to look at... and it might take a little more filtering to narrow things down further. Choosing your gauges will go a long way, not to mention material, which ranges from nylon for classical guitars to phosphor-bronze in acoustics and steel, nickel or even cobalt for electric guitars. Another aspect of strings to consider in your decision is coating. Traditional coated strings have a smoother feel than their uncoated cousins and usually last much longer, but they're also wider and that can make them sound different. If you like the idea of coated strings, but don't want to give up the tone you get with uncoated ones, then check out Elixir and Cleartone strings: these two manufacturers have mastered the art of ultra-thin, "barely-there" coatings that behave more like traditional strings. We've only just scratched the surface of what's available in this section, and there's a lot to see no matter what instrument you play. Different materials and gauges, coated or uncoated - it's up to you. You can buy your strings one at a time, go for a set or even stock up with multiple sets of strings at once. Still not sure where to begin? Try starting with the top-selling and best-rated strings and go from there. Finding the perfect set will probably take some experimentation, but there's no better guide than other musicians to get you on the right track.

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