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Martin SP 92/8 Acoustic Guitar Strings - Phosphor Bronze Wound (Light.012 - .054)
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|Item Dimensions||10.67 x 10.67 x 1.02 cm||9 x 9 x 9 cm||1.9 x 12.7 x 12.7 cm||9 x 9 x 9 cm||12 x 15 x 12 cm||0.03 x 0.03 x 0.03 cm|
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Martin Strings are high quality strings for daily use. Core and wrap wires must meet strict requirements in order to make the grade. Martin Strings are wound to precise specifications. Available in 80/20 Bronze and Phosphor Bronze.
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If you don't care about (or notice) the strings going dead, buy 80-20s. They sound fine, last longer, cost less and you're probably not even going to be affected by the lower quality of sound when flatpicking or fingerpicking. Same goes for flatpickers and fingerpickers who plug their guitar into something: you won't notice the difference, go for cheaper strings. If you're trying to sound like John Renbourn or Jack Rose, go for these.
Also, there are a "lifespan" version of these that I've tried. They're quite good in that they do last longer, and they're kind of half way between these and 80-20s in terms of tone... Really nice for strumming too. Overall though, they're not actually cheaper; they tend to last about 3 weeks and they cost twice as much. My advice would be go for these or the 80-20s.
Lastly, please, please, please don't listen to the reviewers that say these last for a year or more before breaking. If you're tempted to, buy the 80-20s.
I'm delighted with the feel of the strings and also the tone that they produce. The strings have been on for a month or two now and they still sound great. Also the quality of the strings is sublime with very few impurities or any visible blemishes on the strings. I will certainly be fitting my guitar with these next time around as well (especially considering the price of the strings). I would recommend these strings to anyone with the above criteria being similar to mine, or any other acoustic guitar, they really are that good.
I've become a huge fan (having preferred D'Addario for maybe 10 years).
A light but even across the range tone. Seems to require less tension and tone lasts well. Really bring out the tone of my vintage Ovation Legend. Sound great acoustic and on pickup. Going to stick with these I think.
Martin Strings a try and I am glad i did. Super sound bright ,but not too bright and tinny but
also project a nice bass sound to them as well.
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