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    Elixir - 80/20 Bronze (Polyweb) Coated Banjo, 10-20 Medium

    Elixir Elixir - 80/20 Bronze (Polyweb) Coated Banjo, 10-20 Medium

    C$13.00

    • Elixir - 80/20 Bronze (Polyweb) Coated Banjo, 10-20 Medium

      Elixir

      Elixir - 80/20 Bronze (Polyweb) Coated Banjo, 10-20 Medium

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      C$13.00 Excl. tax

      • SKU: 11650

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      1165080/20 Bronze
      Polyweb Coated Banjo
      10-20 Medium

      Product description

      Elixir Strings deliver the tone and feel banjo players demand. All our banjo strings have loop ends, and the brilliant tone of the nickel-wrapped wound string perfectly complements the plain steels.

      Every time you play your banjo, tiny bits of you are left to invade the windings to contaminate your strings and kill your tone. Elixir Strings are the only strings that keep dirt out of the windings by coating the entire string. And thanks to a patented POLYWEB Coating, they retain their tone longer than any other string, uncoated or coated, according to players. This means you buy fewer sets of strings, change them less often and trust your banjo is ready to go whenever you are.

      More and more guitarists are choosing Elixir coated guitar strings. The PolyWeb coating feels comfortably smooth and reduces finger squeak while delivering a balanced tone and smooth response. Elixir strings retain their bright tone 3 to 5 times longer than normal strings. The coating protects the winding from the elements that can make your strings go dead so you don't have replace your strings as often as uncoated strings.

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