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GHS Vintage Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings

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GHS Vintage Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings Bluegrass, 12 - 56

Bluegrass, 12 - 56

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GHS Vintage Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings Ultra Light, 10 - 46

Ultra Light, 10 - 46

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GHS Vintage Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings Extra Light, 11 - 50

Extra Light, 11 - 50

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GHS Vintage Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings Light, 12 - 54

Light, 12 - 54

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GHS Vintage Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings Medium, 13 - 56

Medium, 13 - 56

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GHS Vintage Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings

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GHS Vintage Bronze™ acoustic guitar strings are wound with a special, time-tested 85/15 copper-zinc alloy over a hex core to provide a rich, warm yet vibrant tone. The redesigned core to cover ratio yields a richer blend with an extended tone.

Gauges E B G D A E
Bluegrass 12 16 26 36 46 56
Ultra Light 10 13-1/2 20 26 36 46
Extra Light 11 14 22 30 38 50
Light 12 16 24 32 42 54
Medium 13 17 26 36 46 56


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I really like these strings! They are not too expensive, and for me solve a problem with my guitar. My early 80's Taylor 810 Dreadnaught has been overwhelming even within a Bluegrass Band. The instrument has not only wonderful sound, but it is in truth louder than some Banjos I tried every kind of string set imaginable except Silk and Steel and Bronze and Steel, I was using Phosphor Bronze strings when I found the Vintage Bronze sets, I tried a set of mediums on my Taylor, and not only did I lose the edginess and overwhelming presence of the sound, but now I'm enjoying my guitars again. The strings last about as long as Phosphor Bronze, especially if I wash my hands prior to taking the instrument out, and wipe down the strings with a dampened CLEAN cloth after the session is over. The sound is Big, Full, Warm and not too loud, the edginess was gone. I tried a set on my '81 Guild D25 and will use no other kind on it, again the Vintage Bronze replaced the Phosphors. Stew-Mac's price for the sets is full retail or at least close to it, the sets are great strings, I can't give an opinion on at the other gauges as I don't use light strings, but the Mediums are about as good as they can get. The Vintage Bronze Medium sets are really winners, give them a try, especially if your guitar has an overwhelming and edgy presence, and you are looking for something more tasteful and appropriate without being wimpy. The strings range in warmth somewhere between Silk and Steel and Phosphor Bronze. I tried Martin Monel on the Taylor, they sounded OK, but they were still too bright, and more expensive as well, I'm sticking with the GHS Vintage Bronze Medium sets, the price is OK, and their performance is superior.