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Elixir Strings 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings w NANOWEB Coating, Light (.012-.053)

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Amazon Price: $29.98 $13.99 You save: $15.99 (53%). (as of April 23, 2018 11:24 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Extend your tone with the same acoustic guitar strings that experienced gamers globally trust to maintain their unbelievable tone longer than any other string offered. Unlike other string brands, Elixir Strings coats the entire string. This secures not just the outer string surface yet also the gaps between the windings where usual tone-deadening gunk commonly builds up in various other brands' layered as well as uncoated guitar strings. Anti-Rust Plating on simple steel strings ensures longer tone life for the whole collection. That wouldn't love even more high quality having fun time between the problem and price of string adjustments? Costs deliberately, these acoustic strings created with 80/20 (80% copper, 20% zinc) bronze wrap cable boast a crisp, bright tone with a meaningful, lively existence. Compared with our initial POLYWEB Coating, the ultra-thin NANOWEB Coating allows an extra generally textured, "uncoated" feel. For a slicker, gentler feeling, try the original POLYWEB Coating on our 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Strings, which likewise include a more robust and rounded tone. For even more of an equilibrium in between bold as well as brilliant, our Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings with NANOWEB Coating supply robust tone as well as shimmering high-end clearness alongside the very same traditional feeling as these 80/20 bronze strings. Obviously, the sort of string you play is all an issue of personal choice. Not sure exactly what tone or feel is best for you? Attempt them out on your own, and also locate your new favored string from Elixir Strings. For an extra in-depth consider just what makes our strings so special, scroll to the top quality information even more down the web page. Potion Strings: Great tone. Lengthy life.

Customer Reviews

Lasts longer than three pack of d’addario

18 people found this helpful.
 on October 27, 2016
By User
I’ve been playing guitar for 7-8 years playing for a couple hours a week and have went through a few brands of strings. But the age-old question is still highly debated – elixir or d’addario?

Love the sound!

23 people found this helpful.
 on October 20, 2015
By alex
I absolutely love the sound of these strings. Been playing for about a year fingerstyle acoustic and these sound the best by far. They offer a bright almost whiny tone, very loud and vibrant, easy to hammer on/pull off. Subtle movements on the fret board can be heard that many other strings can’t replicate. Up until now my favorite have been D’Addario coated philosopher bronze which are amazing also, but the sound with the elixer is unmatched. My only criticism is one of the strings coating appeared to be separating after only a few days of play. Only on one string, I feel it may have been a random defect. Easy 4 star, 5 if not the coating issue.

Would give 6 stars if i could!

3 people found this helpful.
 on January 8, 2018
By Timmy G.
Have a full Bodied Yamaha Acoustic that had Elixir polyweb light. That all but destroyed the performance! Went to these and i am absolutely amazed at the difference strings can make. I know they can, but, holy S**T !! What an upgrade. Forget “Poly”. It’s “Nano” from now on as well as 80/20 Bronze! It’s as if i bought a new guitar and a far more $ one at that. Low -E to High- E , all strings resonate brighter, longer, truer . Albeit I now know that a full body needs a heavier string, the sacrifice is the increased force to fret the strings. Just have to toughen up,strengthen my left fingers. Feel,playability is smooth. I feel i made two changes at once but both in the Right direction.

It’s durable and clean looking

4 people found this helpful.
 on April 12, 2017
By Amazonian Reviewer
It’s okay. I decided to try it out because my favorite Independent band, Boyce Avenue, uses the brand and their guitar sounds so nice live. Anyway, they’re durable and lasts long. However, the strings are kind of hard to press compared to the usual strings that I use. Also, I don’t like how it eliminates the squeeky noise when sliding chords and whatnot–makes me feel like I have a silent guitar. The tone is nice and balanced, but not quite bright in my ears. Still giving it a 5 though because they’re very durable and clean looking compared to the ones I usually use, which after about 5 days of heavy duty usage it turns to a different color.

They last well, and they stay in tune

4 people found this helpful.
 on July 1, 2017
By Dan in NC
These produce great tone on every acoustic guitar I own. I have them on a slightly undersized Zebrawood guitar, a jumbo body Bubinga, and a standard dreadnought Taylor – and they all sound great. They last well, and they stay in tune. Whether I’m banging out chords with my whole arm as a backdrop, hand-muting for a percussive effect, or playing finger style, there’s not a tone missing that’s supposed to be there.

The only strings I use now

4 people found this helpful.
 on February 10, 2016
By strugglebuggy
Some people I know don’t like coated strings because of the way they feel on the fingers. I admit that when you first start using them, they feel a bit “coated” and weird, but that quickly goes away. For me personally, I needed good, bright sounding strings that would last a long while without losing their tone, and these are the ones I ended up sticking with after trying many different ones.

Ok I am a believer…First time user Love them My new favorites

15 people found this helpful.
 on January 27, 2015
By DaPoppa1
Ok I am a believer…I have been using another top brand string on a 50 year old humming bird, and I thought that it sounded pretty good. Long story short, my strings were dead, and needed to change in a hurry, all that we had left in the bag were the Elixir strings so with no other choice I switched, gigged on and fell in love with these.

Strings Good As Always, But Package No Longer Includes Vital Info on String Diameter.

 on April 20, 2018
By RPowers
I’ve been using Elixir strings since the arrived on the market, and the Poly-Webs, in particular, last long and have a slippery feel that is conducive to sliding lead runs while playing acoustic. They hold their tone evenly until you finally decide that keeping them in tune is too difficult after 3 months of daily-play. However, though I normally give them 5 stars, the new package is long on design, but short on usefulness. If you are trying compare string size on Amazon, and the seller happens to provide them, then all is well. However, the new boxes have no indication of anything other than the min-max size of the E strings. The old packages had the diameter in inches and millimeters. The new box has ample room to provide this information in its multi-flap format, but no, not a single vital dimension to be found; just marketing, marketing and more art-director heavy design. Having worked in advertising most of my life, I well know what happens when the creative types are given freedom to “create.” Information becomes secondary to design, and the customer suffers. Why is this important? Well, if you have spent the time to have a luthier set up your guitar, or have learned his skills yourself, you know that your guitar neck is a delicate compromise between action and buzzing. If all you do is pound out rhythm on the first 3 frets you will not care; however, if you are experienced and use plenty of bar and chord inversions all over the neck, you want to be certain the different string tensions will not require a truss-rod adjustment. Believe me, most truss rods have a limited number of times you can adjust them before the bolts strip, threads seize, or it reaches some other limit to motion. Please, Gore & Associates, put this vital information back on your packages, and don’t force us to go to your website like have to do to find out actual string tension. The string thickness at least allows one to compare to another set. You already have the graphic files on computer and only need an hour or so to place them somewhere on the new packages. Art-director-itis, the disease that infects marketing departments that are in a desperate effort to increase sales – let’s redesign the package. That can work, but not when you remove important information for no logical reason.

I always give my guitar a good wax job before i change the strings

3 people found this helpful.
 on May 4, 2016
By Joseph Kim
Ived tried all kinds of strings. by far my favorites. I know a big part of strings and the way they sound has to do with preference so a big part of this review is based on just that, my preference. it has an even balance in tone. not too bright and not too mellow. definitely lasts a lot longer than regular strings, esp longer if you clean and wipe down your strings every once in a while. these strings are worth the money.

Best guitar strings, but who am I to tell you what feels good? Get a set and you’ll know what good feels like.. on your fingers!

4 people found this helpful.
 on May 27, 2016
By Obadiah Lee
They’re Elixir guitar strings, they’re the brand of choice that I have always used for over 10 years, they’re the BEST. But who am I anyways? I’m no one, not a professional musician that can actually give you credible advice about music. It doesn’t matter. Just purchase these strings and you’ll understand what the hype is all about.

Saiten vergleich: Elixir LIGHT POLYWEB - Elixir HD LIGHT NANOWEB (Teil 2)

Elixir LIGHT / .012 - .053 80/20 BRONZE - POLYWEB
Elixir HD LIGHT / .013 - .053 80/20 BRONZE - NANOWEB
Elixir HD LIGHT / .013 - .053 PHOSPHOR BRONZE - NANOWEB

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