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    D'Addario - Phosphor Bronze, 10-27 Nashville/High Strung Tuning

    D'Addario D'Addario - Phosphor Bronze, 10-27 Nashville/High Strung Tuning

    C$7.00

    • D'Addario - Phosphor Bronze, 10-27 Nashville/High Strung Tuning

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      D'Addario - Phosphor Bronze, 10-27 Nashville/High Strung Tuning

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      C$7.00 Excl. tax

      • SKU: EJ38H

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      Phosphor Bronze10-27
      Acoustic Strings
      EJ38H
      Nashville/High Strung Tuning

      Product description

      EJ38H phosphor bronze guitar strings are designed for "High Strung" or "Nashville" tuning methods to offer a "jangly" 12-string affect when recording, layering, or double-tracking guitars. 

      Phosphor Bronze was introduced to string making by D'Addario in 1974 and has become synonymous with warm, bright, and well balanced acoustic tone. D'Addario Phosphor Bronze strings are precision wound with corrosion resistant phosphor bronze onto a carefully drawn, hexagonally shaped, high carbon steel core. The result is long lasting, bright sounding tone with excellent intonation.

      • Designed and gauged for "High Strung" or "Nashville" tuning methods
      • Phosphor Bronze, preferred for its warm, bright, and well balanced acoustic tone
      • Environmentally friendly, corrosion resistant packaging for strings that are always fresh
      • Made in the U.S.A. for the highest quality and performance
      • String Gauges: Plain Steel .010, .014, .009, .012, .018. Phosphor Bronze Wound .027
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