D'Addario EXP10 Coated 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings

    Order your DAddario EXP Extended Play 80/20 Brz Acoustic Strings and enjoy 0% Interest Payment Plans, Free Shipping, Free Extended Warranty and 45 Day Money Back Guarantee.

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    Product Description

    D'Addario's lightest gauge of acoustic strings, EXP10s are ideal for beginners or players who prefer a softer tone and easy bending.

    D'Addario's best selling 80/20 Bronze gauge, EXP11s offer the ideal balance of volume, projection and comfortable playability.

    D'Addario's heaviest 80/20 Bronze gauge, EXP12s offer heavier tension resulting in a bolder, more resonant acoustic tone with higher resistance for heavy strumming and flat-picking.

    Product Specifications
    DAddario EXP Coated 8020 Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings

    Individual Gauges
    • Extra Light (EXP10); .010, .014, .023, .030, .039, .047
    • Light (EXP11); .012, .016, .024, .032, .042, .053
    • Medium (EXP12); .013, .017, .026, .035, .045, .056

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    I've been experimenting wiht different coated strings since gettng my Taylor 310ce last year. Tried Elixers a couple of times and not impressed - find the tone (right out of the package) to be dull. Martin Lifespans were much brighter but I had constant breakage issues - may have been old stock I picked up on sale. SO I thought I'd give EXPs a shot. Much brighter than the Elixers to start out with, but took a little more play to 'break them in' - where they would hold their tuning. But it only took me a little while to realize the 'coating' is minimal on these: string squeek is back, which I have never had with the Martins or Elixers (or Cleartones I used before). Elimination of string squeek is hte principle reason I use coated strings, so these do not pass the test.
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