Brilliant. I've been a classical guitarist for 12 years, and now I won't use any other strings than these.
I've used them all; natural gut through to the cheaper sorts and these and the more expensive sorts. My personal experience: 1) Natural Gut - by the time you put them on and tune them up you'll be ready for a cup of tea. Once your tea has brewed, you'll probably find one has snapped. Slight exaggeration, but they really don't last long. 2) Cheaper sorts - fine for a beginner, but I find them limiting once your playing develops (around Grade 3-4 plus). If you're new to restringing your guitars, they are a good place to start though, as it's not as expensive if you snap them. 3) Pricier Alternatives - Some very good ones, but some gimmicks also. Paying £20 for a good set of strings is fair enough. Pay £40, and you're being ripped off.
I find these to be the best of both worlds. They tend to have a nice bright sound, and resonate beautifully. Not too expensive, and the coating means that they can last ages - I change mine every 3 months or so. Settle in well also, so you can spend less time restringing, and more time playing!!
These are my favorite classical guitar strings. Exactly the same strings were delivered when I got my guitar (solid cedar top, laminated rosewood back and sides, nato neck and rosewood fretboard and bridge, bimetal tuners). Firstly the sound is good and the tension is normal which I like. Then they get into tune and stay there long time. Of course I cannot say it is the best one however for me, personally, frice/performance is very good. I will keep using them.
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