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Hannabach Classical Guitar Goldin Medium/High Tension, 725

Hannabach Classical Guitar Goldin Medium/High Tension, 725
Manufacturer:
Hannabach
Manufacturer Part #:
725
SKU:
HAN_725
Price:
$29.98

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By Norman B.
Hannabach Goldins
April 26, 2018
I started using the Goldin strings several years ago and totally love them. They were perfect for my '71 Ramirez 1a, brought out sounds I never heard before. I also use them on my Ramirez electric/acoustic, again, perfect, why bother looking elsewhere.
By craig
Tames my latice braced classical
February 5, 2018
Sounds great on a latice braced guitar that is bright and overly resonant. This is my go-to string.
By Michael J.
Hannabach 725MHT
February 17, 2011
It's all about experimenting. However, this is the second set of Hannabachs I've installed on my Hauser '37 (Kenny Hill) that had a defective D string. Also, intonation was terrible. I tried a higher saddle, but it didn't help. I ended up installing an old, used, D string of another brand and played this set for a month or so. Overall, the sound is not really loud and punchy, and the G string is a bit weak and muddy, but the tone is sweet.
By jtme
Hannabach Classical Guitar Goldin
February 8, 2010
I have used these on a Taylor NS-72 (o.k. not a real classical guitar) they offer a very sweet and mellow tone with excellent intonation. Especially good under electric pickup with headphones when recording via computer. If you are a Jazz player into delicate execution on a nylon string guitar these will be fine. If you are a Classical player, they are probably best suited for a spruce top instrument.
By Harvey
Hannabach Goldin
October 2, 2009
These are unique. They are very different from what you may be used to. Sound is delicate, a little bell-like. Not much color to the sound but it is very sweet. Trebles are thin even in the high tension set. I love them for Baroque music and maybe Classical but I would never use them for music of the Romantic period. I give them 5 stars for quality and unique sound and touch. Just don't expect them to be anything like a silver D'Addario ProArte or any Augustine.
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