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D'Addario Classical Guitar Pro Arte Normal, .028 - .043, EJ45

D'Addario Classical Guitar Pro Arte Normal, .028 - .043, EJ45
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By Rick
EJ-45 Pro Arte
January 21, 2016
The EJ-45 bass strings have that real gutsy bass tone. I Use them for my flamenco guitars. They hold their tone for a long time too.

I won't comment on the treble strings.
By Rich M.
Dadarrio Ej45
September 30, 2013
Second time I will order this model string - they are excellent in keeping tuned and durability. This company (JustStrings) is super fast and well just dependable...pleasure to have found this site.
By Peter
Wonderful sound
May 6, 2011
Great in combination with a Savarez wound treble G.
By Armand S.
J45 Addario Pro Arte
April 10, 2011
I like these strings. Once in a while I order other string to try but have never found any better. They seem to hold tune quicker and longer than most and have a clear crisp tone.
February 28, 2011
The only time strings and tried a case but is very well, the sound is perfect, otherwise the excellent and fast shipping worth with you.

By Dwayne W.
Intonation fix
July 11, 2010
I'm a believer! I've tried many different sets of strings and had almost reached the conclusion that my guitar (a Francisco Navarro) had an intonation problem. There were areas of the neck, with certain chords that just weren't in tune. But once these D'Addarios were on the intonation was spot on. Fantastic. For nylon strings I"m not going to bother with any other brand.
By Thomas W.
EJ45 strings
July 8, 2010
I have been playing guitar since 1952, when I was 10 years old. I play many different guitars and styles. On my bookcase I have a small box filled with a "library of guitar strings", dating back to the 1950's. Some of the manufacturers are no longer in business. Others should not be. For my flamenco and classical guitar work I love the EJ45's! Lots of life, great feel, and outstanding sound. They are my favorite nylon strings!
By D W.
D'Addario Classical Guitar Pro Arte
October 26, 2009
As a second year student I am sure I have practiced the heck out of this brand and they do not seem to mind. Also they always make my inexpensive guitars sound great. I have tried many other brands but always come back.






1st E

Clear Nylon



2nd B

Clear Nylon



3rd G

Clear Nylon



4th D

Silverplated Copper Wound on Nylon



5th A

Silverplated Copper Wound on Nylon



6th E

Silverplated Copper Wound on Nylon



Ben Verdery uses EJ45 and EJ45LP.


"Pro·Arté classic guitar strings are just that -- classics. The treble strings are made from a harder formulation of nylon, and are precision extruded to guarantee a string that's even in diameter from one end to the other. And as an added quality-control measure, every single Pro·Arté treble string is hand-fed through a laser micrometer and sorting station to ensure that the string in your package tunes to the exact playing tension you're looking for.

Nylon is extruded in molten form; this process yields material that can vary in diameter by plus or minimum one thousandth of an inch. Though this difference is only about one fourth the thickness of a human hair, professionally trained classical guitarists can sense the contrast in string tension when the diameter varies by small amounts. The solution to the problem presented by this tension variable was to apply the latest technological advancements to the building of a sorting station, which utilizes a laser micrometer and a high-speed computer. The laser takes nearly 200 measurements on each string, compares and averages the data, and drops the measured string into the proper tension bin.

What's the end result? Every time you purchase your favorite tension of Pro·Arté  classics, you get the same exact string diameter to within four ten-thousandths of an inch.

The wound strings in the Pro·Arté line are wound with silver-plated copper or 80/20 bronze wires on D'Addario's own computer-controlled automatic winding machinery and are available in 4 different tensions for classic guitar.

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