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Hannabach Classical Guitar Goldin Medium/High Tension, 725

Hannabach Classical Guitar Goldin Medium/High Tension, 725
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By Cordoba B.
South Florida
Hannabach Goldin 725 strings have great sound and feel
July 1, 2021
I'm on my 6th set of Hannabach Classical Guitar Goldin 725 strings. They have always arrived promptly and in perfectly new condition. Juststrings.com is my source for strings. The ordering process is easy and their follow-up is excellent.
The strings are very durable. They are easy to string my classical guitar. The base and treble sound and feel is exceptional. Hannabach was recommended by my guitar teacher. None
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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