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La Bella Acoustic Baritone Guitar Medium Gauge Phosphor Bronze, .015 - .080, BG-M

La Bella Acoustic Baritone Guitar Medium Gauge Phosphor Bronze, .015 - .080, BG-M
Manufacturer:
La Bella
Manufacturer Part #:
BG-M
SKU:
LAB_BG-M
Price:
$10.45

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By Brian
March 20, 2014
Ok
Something about the two unwound strings, I dont like them, and the ,.8 is just to far in thickness from the E string. Given, this could be my play style, but I can't find a way to get them to sound how I like, I attempt blues and some finger style, but something about it just doesn't work for these strings, John Pierce is still my choice over these. I have Tyler Baritone G6. Also, never use elixer for this guitar, not sure why Tyler says it is the string of choice, I'm guessing some sort of monetary relationship. they sound awful on it, very muddied and just blah. Sickly one could say,.
By jwb
September 28, 2010
La Bella Acoustic Baritone Mediums
These strings didn't work for me on my SCGC Brozman with a 27" scale. The .80 double wound 1st string was too thick for the hole in the post on my stock tuners and also on Waverly's...I will stick with the John Pearse 3280M. I also prefer the tone and feel of a wound 5th string versus a plain steel for the bari.

 

NOTE

DESCRIPTION

DIAMETER INCHES

TENSION LBS

1st 

Plain Steel

.015

 

2nd 

Plain Steel

.019

 

3rd 

Phosphor Bronze Wound

.030

 

4th 

Phosphor Bronze Wound

.044

 

5th 

Phosphor Bronze Wound

.056

 

6th 

Phosphor Bronze Wound

.080

 



Baritone Guitar

 

"The baritone guitar is a recent development in modern acoustic guitar design. With a longer scale length (26"-29") and heavier strings than a regular guitar, it is usually tuned a Perfect 4th or 5th below standard guitar pitch."

 

 

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