Thomastik SB112 Spectrum Bronze

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String set for western guitar

  • Strength: Medium Tension
  • Designed for studio recording
  • Special bronze alloy and silk inlays for a full, warm tone with assertive brilliance
  • Material (unwrapped strings): Brass-plated steel
  • Material (winding): Bronze
  • Winding Type: Round Wound
  • Strings: .012, .016, .025w, .035, .044, .054
  • Made in Austria
available since November 2006
Item number 107887
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Strength of the strings 0,012" – 0,054"
Material Bronze
16,90 €
Including VAT; Excluding 19,90 € shipping
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Great on my Gibson J30
The Fox Man 20.11.2014
These round core strings are just fantastic! They made my Gibson J30 sound magical & it wasn't a bad guitar to begin with!
These strings just take you & your guitar up several levels, in tone, sound & feel, in one leap.
They also last a very long time, no need to buy the poor sounding coated/treated strings made by other manufacturers.
I have used these strings in the past, but they're so expensive in the UK, I only got them as a treat at Christmas, but now thanks to Thomann, they're so much more affordable!
Thanks guys, for giving us great strings at great prices!
Highly Recommended
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Best strings so far for my Lakewood M14 CP
Akquarius 19.02.2015
During the last 5 years I have tried at least 10 different sets of strings on my M14 CP, Elixir, Pyramid, D'Addario, C.F.Martin, Ernie Ball, you name them.

With these strings I've finally found the perfect set. The bass is fat, but clear and warm, the mids are prominent, but not too loud, the trebbles are clear and strong, but not sharp.
This makes the whole setup sound perfect.

Restringing is much more comfortable in comparison to most strings, because the strings ends are wound with some kind of textile cord. Here's a big Thank You from my finger tips :-)

Funny enough, I don't like them that much on my Dreizehnter SJ15 which has an Adirondack top. For the cedar/mahogany M14 CP, however, they're perfect.
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Joris1967 04.11.2017
Thomastik strings are the on the planet.
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Good at first
danishbacon 24.11.2020
Good at first, for acoustic, but seemed to go dull quite quickly compared to some other strings I've used on acoustics.
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