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La Bella Electric Guitar Black Nylon Tape Flat Wound Medium 6 String, .014 - .067, 800M

La Bella Electric Guitar Black Nylon Tape Flat Wound Medium 6 String, .014 - .067, 800M
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By Joe Finn
November 4, 2017
Labella medium jazz tapes
I love these strings and have been using them for years.They have a lovely dark sound and just the right kind of attack for me. The playability characteristics are superb and they last a long, long time. I love the fact that the intonation is stable over the life of the string too. I am so happy to be able to get these from JustStrings.com because this is a fairly specialized product that retailers don't generally carry. Thanks so much!!
By Bob Russell
November 29, 2016
great strings for jazz!
I've been using these strings for several years. I love their sound and feel. An .014 high E might sound heavy to some players, but my Pete Malinoski guitar is set up very well and I like the extra body the thick E gives me. These strings are very low in tension given their size and I find them quite comfortable.
By Ybot Flobitous
June 13, 2012
La Bella 800M Black Tape Flatwounds.
Fantastic!!! Work great on my Les Paul which is now a solid body sounding jazz box. I did not have any problem threading the strings through the tuning peg holes. I put these strings on three of my Les Pauls. It's like having three Pat Martino Benedetto's for what the price of one Benedetto would cost. Try them on a Les Paul. One could always go back to a lighter gauge if it does not suit your solid body. I love them!!!
By collie
November 30, 2011
fretless baritone electic guitar..28/58''
I bought these strings for my fretless baritone electric guitar..28/58". I'm very surprised by the sound. It sounds like a baroque. Smooth as margarine...Well done Labella!!!
By Joe Marks
October 7, 2011
Black Nylon Electric Set 14-67
Could not even get the 6th string through my tuning peg.

I tried the lighter gauge of the black nylon and liked the pliability and tone, but the 3rd string was so flimsy it rattled hopelessly even after raising the action significantly. Maybe the lighter set would work with the 3rd string from the heavy set. But at these prices, there's no way I'll try two more sets.

Nice idea. Very incompletely realized.
By Von
February 5, 2011
Nylon wound .o14-.067
Like someone else stated great sound and playablity but...you WILL BE re-filing your nut for the larger gauge. .067 is big but I LIKE EM and yes the black looks goooood.
By Brian Kelly
January 28, 2010
Black Nyon wrapped Labella strings
These are interesting and sound quite nice especially when you play something with open strings. I tried the medium gauage and they are too flimsy. However I think the heavy set might just be too big so I am divided about using these strings. I am going to email Labella and suggest they come up with a compromise is the string diameters they are using for this set. Otherwise these are very interesting strings but not totally suitable for me I don't think.
By wolfy
October 16, 2009
La Bella Electric Guitar Black Nylon Tape Flat Wound Medium 6 String, .014 - .067, 800M
La Bella Electric Guitar Black Nylon Tape Flat Wound Medium 6 String, .014 - .067, 800M. I used those "chrome" strings for years. I tried these for my jazz guitars for the first time. I highly suggest a jazz player to try them! John Paul Pizzarelli, used this string along with his dad Bucky Pizzarelli. I love their sound, and you will like your sound with these strings too!
By Richard
September 20, 2009
best flat wounds
Playing jazz at relatively low volumes I cannot abide the squeakiness and brightness of round wound strings. I've tried many brands of flat wounds and these are hands down the best to my ears and fingers. If you are a casual player thhey last for years, and the color of the strings is an eye catcher as well.
If you prefer flat wounds you will not be disappointed.
These professional Jazz Guitar Strings are made to fit archtops and hollow-body guitars, therefore are NOT suitable for standard solid body guitars with 25.5” or 24.75” scale like a Stratocaster or Les Paul model.

Wound length of each strings is 36″ (distance from ball-end to silk); only the silk portion should wrap around the tuning post






1st E

Plain Steel



2nd B

Plain Steel



3rd G

Black Nylon Tape Wound



4th D

Black Nylon Tape Wound



5th A

Black Nylon Tape Wound



6th E

Black Nylon Tape Wound




Black Nylon Tape Wound

"Black Nylon Tape Wound sets are the 'secret behind the sound" of many professional guitarists. To create that warm, jazzy sound, these sets have a special design. The 3rd through 6th strings are a stainless steel round wound string covered with a black nylon tape outer wrap. Plain steel is used for the 1st and 2nd strings."

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