Elixir Nanoweb Light Phosphor Bronze

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String Set for Acoustic Guitar

  • Nanoweb phosphor bronze strings
  • Gauges 012-053 (012 016 024w 032w 042w 053w)
Strength of the strings 0,012" – 0,053"
Material Phosphor Bronze
available since August 2005
Item number 185024
Strength of the strings from 0,012"
Strength of the strings to 0,053"
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15,80 €
Including VAT; Excluding 19,90 € shipping
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Delivery approx. between Wednesday, 15.12. and Thursday, 16.12.
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Enjoyable playing
Wavefield 06.12.2021
I’ve tried various brands and price ranges over the years including Elixir on many occasions and have recently decided it is Elixir all the way on acoustics. I most recently put them on a J45 I loved playing live but never quite seemed to get the most out of while recording, however over the last few months with a set of Elixir’s on it have me delighted with the consistency of tone.
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Not the best sounding strings but last a VERY long time
TrEr 07.06.2021
I've tried lots of different coated strings and the Elixir Nanowebs are in a league of their own when it comes to durability. These strings last an impressively long time! I have them permanently mounted on guitars I use regularly (practise, rehearsals, even gigs).

I do not use these strings for recording if I can avoid it though. The sound isn't quite as good (for MY taste) as many other strings out there. Still, they're not poor sounding, just not quite up there with my favorites.

Great strings for rehearsals/practise/touring. Not my first choice for recording.
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Sound good!
Pincho Paxton 02.12.2021
These strings are great!
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Long-lasting, gives you the bright tone you're looking for
Diatonico 07.02.2021
What else is there to say? These are great strings — they last long and give you a crisp tone with enough bottom end to balance it out (assuming you have a decent intstrument, of course). Totally worth the extra money.
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