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La Bella Tenor Guitar Plain Steel/Silver-Plated Wound Ball End, 700T

La Bella Tenor Guitar Plain Steel/Silver-Plated Wound Ball End, 700T
Manufacturer:
La Bella
Manufacturer Part #:
700T
SKU:
LAB_700T
Price:
$5.04

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By Fritz Rauschenberg
June 30, 2012
Great Tenor Guitar Strings
I tried one of the other brands of Tenor Guitar strings and found them too heavy and they did not "ring" like the La Bella's do. All the other brands are about the same gauges which are too heavy as well for my application which is a restored 1941 Harmony Tenor guitar with all solid mahogany. This little tenor has a great sound and really sings with La Bella strings.
By KJ
September 1, 2010
La Bella Tenor Guitar Steel/Silver Ball End
Great strings. Great service.
By Daryl
June 10, 2010
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This item seems great, and you guys are fast shippers too.

Thanks for asking,
Daryl
By Ken H
June 8, 2010
La Bella is the best
Excellent strings for standard tenor tuning. My new favorites, really ring. Great service, incredibly fast delivery.
By Ben
June 4, 2010
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The strings are great! I was pleased with how soon I received them. Great, reliable service!

 

NOTE

DESCRIPTION

DIAMETER INCHES

TENSION LBS

1st A

Plain Steel

.009

 

2nd D

Plain Steel

.013

 

3rd G

Silver-Plated Wound

.020

 

4th C

Silver-Plated Wound

.027

 



 

La Bella Acoustic Steel String

"LaBella's acoustic guitar sets are comprised of perfectly balanced strings and are available in a choice of many different gauges. Accommodating today's acoustic players and their instruments, these varied set designs present many options for stringing. Only the finest American-made materials are used -- high quality plain steel and superior bronze alloys. Handcrafted by skilled technicians, LaBella guarantees every string that leaves the factory.

Over the centuries, the problem of prolonging the life of metal strings has plagued both players and string makers. Today, some manufacturers have discovered a quick fix method to prevent oxidation from occuring. They coat the metal strings with a polymer or synthetic material. This process stifles the wound string's sound production and does not guarantee a longer life. Any surface treatment deadens the natural transmitting powers of the string and dampens the high overtones associated with a good wound acoustic guitar string.

 

Tenor Guitar

A short-scale instrument, the tenor guitar was very popular in the late Thirties and Forties. It has four all end steel strings - plain steel trebles and silver-plated wound basses."

 

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