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D'Addario Nickel Bronze Acoustic Balanced Tension, .012 - .052, NB1252BT

D'Addario Nickel Bronze Acoustic Balanced Tension, .012 - .052, NB1252BT
Manufacturer:
D'Addario
Manufacturer Part #:
NB1252BT
SKU:
DAD_NB1252BT
Price:
$11.99

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33% Recommend this product (1 of 3 responses)
By Brian
Ohio
The best acoustic strings I've used so far!
November 11, 2019
I have used these strings on 2 different acoustic guitars; an Ovation Celebrity Deluxe (electrified) and a Parkwood PW-310M (non-electrified). I both hear and feel a clarity I haven't experienced with traditional 80/20 or Phosphor Bronze strings with no noticeable loss of warmth, plus a usable lifespan comparable to the various coated strings I've used.
ProsClear and focused sound, good lifespan.
By Dan W.
Excellant tone with these strings!
January 17, 2018
I have been using Martin Strings forever but decided to give these a try. I have a Seagull S-6 with a cedar top which gives it an articulate woody tone. These strings tend to enhance both the articulate notes and woody tone of this Acoustic and makes a good sounding guitar sound better. Also impressed with the tuning stability and increased span of time before I need to change strings.
By Richard R.
Solid Performer
December 20, 2017
I put a set of NB1252BT's on my new Taylor 812 CE DLX 12 Fret. What I wanted was slightly less tension than the Elixir 13-53's that were initially designated for the 24.9 inch 12 fret Taylor. So here are my initial impressions. - A very small decrease in loudness. - A very small decrease in tension. - The tone of the wound strings seems fuller in fundamental frequency. Now, after over a month of playing 1 to 4 hours a day, and two long gigs, they don't seem to have changed; the sparkle/sustain is still there. They stay in tune, and best of all, are responsive to dynamic demands of both hands, more woody with pressure. I play without a pick. I was hoping for perhaps a little bit more tension relief, but all other attributes were not disappointing.
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