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D’addario EJ15 Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings, Extra Light, 10-47 Gauge ( 010-047 )

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RM 37.00
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RM 37.00
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Shipment within Whole Malaysia | GUITARLICIOUS.MY
Shipment within Whole Malaysia
Secure payments | GUITARLICIOUS.MY
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0% Interest Installment Available | GUITARLICIOUS.MY
0% Interest Installment Available

Description :

D'Addario was the first to use Phosphor Bronze in acoustic guitar strings back in 1974. Today, Phosphor Bronze is played throughout the world and is considered to be the standard in acoustic strings, thanks to its beautiful sonic balance and tonal warmth. D'Addario's pioneering Phosphor Bronze acoustic guitar strings are precision wound with phosphor bronze wrap wire over a high-carbon steel core, providing tonal versatility suitable for all acoustic styles and musical genres. These 10-47 Extra Light gauge strings are easy to play and easy to bend.

Features:

  • Ideal For: All genres, Low Tension
  • D’Addario Phosphor Bronze acoustic guitar strings are precision wound with phosphor bronze wrap wire, over a hexagonal high-carbon steel core.
  • Phosphor Bronze wrap wire provides a tried-and-true D’Addario acoustic tone, with beautiful balance and warmth suitable for all musical genres.
  • Now the standard in acoustic guitar strings, Phosphor Bronze strings was originally pioneered by D’Addario in the 1970s.
  • D’Addario Phosphor Bronze acoustic guitar strings come with a code on the recyclable VCI bag, which you can register to earn Players Circle points.
  • D'Addario Phosphor Bronze strings are made in the USA—drawn to exacting specifications at our New York production facility.


Specifications:

  • Gauges:  .010, .014, .023, .030, .039, .047, Extra Light
  • Coating: Uncoated
  • Wrap Material: Phosphor Bronze


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