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Harley Benton Coated Phosphor 012 Anti Rust

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String Set for Steel-string Guitars

  • Phosphor bronze
  • Coated rustproof
  • Hexagonal core made of steel
  • Gauges: 012, 016, 024, 032, 042, 053
Strength of the strings 0,012" – 0,053"
Material Phosphor Bronze
Produkt dostępny od Lipiec 2009
Numer artykułu 229646
Strength of the strings from 0,012"
Strength of the strings to 0,053"
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4,77 € 22,44 zł
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waldemar.jancz 25.03.2021
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Excellent Alternative
Macs 66 20.11.2017
I'm a long term user of the most expensive coated strings and had grown very used to their sound on my guitar. I am also very discerning about the sound I like, it has been many years since I've just put strings on and carried on. I listen very, very carefully to my sound. I did some research and decided at the price these string were selling at, they'd be worth a tryout.

They really are excellent strings in their own right. I am unable to detect any difference in the quality of sound from my guitar. They settled down very nicely after a couple of hours play.. A good six weeks down the line and I'm still happy with the sound and I've had no breakages. My conclusion is, that for me, they are easily as good as the other hexagonal core coated strings packaged by a different company. I will be absolutely happy to place a further bulk order.
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Coated and voted
Anonimowy 29.02.2016
I carried these strings initially as an alternative set to the infinitely more expensive coated strings I have strung on my Spanish and Flamenco guitars. Spares to get me by etc. Given their price I wasn't expecting too much. I had to re string one of my guitars in emergency for a show one evening and that afternoon I put these on and were amazed. Although I normally use extra hard tension (these are normal and one disappointment is extra hard tension Isn't available) they had a good feel and very surprisingly crisp in tone. I can't conclusively say that the coating has kept the basses clean but since I change my strings once a month due to lots of playing time, tone is still bright and not that telltale thunk you get when they are worn out and they have taken a good work out.
I can't really hear the difference between the (shall stay nameless) but significantly more expensive coated sets I normally use and these who are a quarter of the price. Maybe I was lucky but in honesty I can't find anything bad to say about them. Like some of the Thomann guitars that are markedly cheaper than the big branded names but rival them in quality and playability, so are these strings so far. I will be ordering more sets but don't take my word on it. Try them for yourself. I am happy.
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Please don’t compare to Elixir, compare to D’addario
Dracorex0 17.02.2021
D’addario and Elixir strings have completely different characters, Elixir is very bright, D’addario is more balanced. If you are looking for very bright, definitely go with Elixir. But D’addario is more suited for a warm sound. Which brings me to these strings. I bought a guitar that had D’addario exp16 coated on them and was enamored with the warm sound, just stunning for my fingerstyle playing. After the strings died I was kind of in a crisis because the d’addario exp 16 line was finished, and the new xt line was getting mixed feedback. I had never tried Elixir and put them on. The warmth of the instrument was gone totally. Before that I never thought different strings could make such a difference in sound. It was night and day. I’ve bought the d’addario strings now and they are one the way, but I still had some .12 coated strings from harley benton lying around. I put them on, and I was stunned. They sound ALMOST similar to the 3x as expensive d’addario exp16. How is this possible? How does harley benton do it?? Witchcraft, I say! Anyhow, my instrument was singing beautifully again and I am happy!
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