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D'Addario Mandolin Phosphor Bronze Bluegrass, .011 - .040, EJ74

D'Addario Mandolin Phosphor Bronze Bluegrass, .011 - .040, EJ74
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By Bo Carneal
July 14, 2011
J74 mando strings
I have a Gibson F-5G and these strings are the standard for me. Excellent playability and tone for any genre you wish to play. I play every day and these strings hold their own for one week, you can get an extra 1-2 days out of them by performing a string cleaning. I perform on occasion and would not choose any other string.
By Allen Paul
June 15, 2011
Product Reviews for D'Addario Mandolin Phosphor Bronze J 74s
Reliable service from Just Strings. I paid the lowest price I could ever find and that includes the shipping cost out of CONUS. The J74s are widely used by mando players everywhere. They do the job as well as, or better than any other string on the market. My overall rating is well-deserved.

By Derry
March 23, 2011
J74 Mandolin Strings
Good solid mandolin string - sounds fine and is a great buy for the money.
By John LOvett
October 13, 2010
J74 Strings
Good full tone, good quality, very playable. The newsound stayed with them longer than with most.
By Pat Bevilacqua
April 25, 2010
D'Addario J-74
I like these strings very much, I also use FT-74's. Good strings.
By Ira D. Miller
April 15, 2010
mando strings
Great tone, great price. The standard for me.
By Jim
February 15, 2010
D'Addario Mandolin Phosphor Bronze Bluegrass, .011 - .040, J74
I have used these strings and absolutely love them and the price was good as well.
By rkunkel
January 5, 2010
The Standard
I've tried many other sets, but keep coming back to these strings. I believe they are the most popular mandolin strings for good reason.
By Russell Moore
December 25, 2009
D'Addario J74 Mandolin strings
I make F5 style mandolins that are all about God's one and only son, Yeshua.
These are the only strings that I will use on the mandolins I make as my experience they provide the best sound and are very durable.
By Matt DeBlass
December 13, 2009
the classics
There's a reason these seem to be the most popular mando strings out there. They make even a cheap mandolin like mine sound pretty decent.
By John Ely
November 2, 2009
Mandolin, J74s
A standard for the archtop mandolin. They have a big, aggressive, punchy sound.
By Doug g
October 30, 2009
not just strings - best strings!
I have been using these strings for close to 30 years now, possibly longer than they were making them. I broke a string recently and my spare date back to when they had dampers wound into the ball end. I don't know why anyone uses anything else. (OK I understand buying the J75s!)
By John Ellis
October 8, 2009
D'Addario Mandolin Phosphor Bronze Bluegrass
Excellent: Exellent volume, great response.






1st E

Plain Steel



2nd A

Plain Steel



3rd D

Phosphor Bronze Wound



4th G

Phosphor Bronze Wound



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