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La Bella Early Romantic Guitar 6 Strings Rectified Nylon/Silver Wound, ERG

La Bella Early Romantic Guitar 6 Strings Rectified Nylon/Silver Wound, ERG
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By Christopher
South Florida
Try real gut strings, then try these-
December 19, 2020
I tried real gut strings on my early 1800's guitars, and they sound amazing.
The only problem is the constant (every 1/2 hour or so) tuning.
Also, real gut frays and breaks in a month or two if your frets are rough or you play with nails.
These sound the closest to real gut, but after a month or so when they settle in, you will rarely have to tune, and then only a tweak.
They also play like gut (they're a little rough, and not slippery like polished fishing line).

Last a very long time Hold tuning well Feel like gut Sound almost like gut Save a lot of money over time They aren't real gut - not sure if that is really a con...ask a sheep!
By Louie L.
Guitar Strings, Guitars
April 11, 2010
Well, the price of the guitars doesn't matter nor the price of the strings but the sound that one gets from the instrument and the strings does. I for one have always gotten satisfaction from ( La Bella strings ). I have tried many brands of strings but none gives me the satisfaction that I get from ( La Bella ).
By Henryk L.
January 1, 2010
I like it on my 1967 Schaffner classical guitar.
By W B.
August 14, 2009
These are about the best strings I have tried for my 1954 Martin Classical guitar which needs normal tension strings. The sound the bring to that guitar rivals the LaBella professional high tension strings which I use on my later Larrivee classical.
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