D’Addario EJ17 Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings, Medium, 13-56

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D’Addario EJ17 Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings, Medium, 13-56

D'Addario EJ17 Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings, Medium, 13-56

  • D’Addario’s most popular choice for heavy strumming, flat-picking and resonant, projecting tone
  • Preferred for its warm, bright, and well balanced acoustic tone
  • Corrosion resistant packaging for strings that are always fresh
  • Made in the U.S.A. for the highest quality and performance
  • String Gauges: Plain Steel .013, .017, Phosphor Bronze Wound .026, .035, .045, .056; The edges have radii that prevent the ball end from cutting into wooden bridges or guitar tops

D’Addario Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings Your strings matter. D’Addario’s Phosphor Bronze acoustic guitar strings are engineered to serve as the critical link between you and your guitar. Our most popular acoustic guitar strings, EJ’s are precision wound with corrosion resistant Phosphor Bronze onto a carefully drawn, hexagonally shaped, high carbon steel core. The result is long lasting, bright sounding tone with excellent intonation. View larger View larger Anatomy of a D’Addar

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3 Responses to “D’Addario EJ17 Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings, Medium, 13-56”

  1. 1
    Dean Forman "DBF" Says:

    279 of 285 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    GUITAR TECH REVIEW, May 17, 2009
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    Sorry about using my credentials in the title, but I want to convey how much experience I have with these strings. Sorry if I sound like an ad. I REALLY love these strings.

    I have strung literally thousands of guitars over my 40 years of repairing stringed instruments. D’Addario EJ16s are IMHO the best strings money can buy- it is the standard of the industry for good reason… they’re simply the best string available! D’Addario’s corrosion-proof sealed bags ensure you get them as fresh as when they left the factory. Lower grade cheap strings are shipped in simple paper envelopes and allow the metals inside to oxidize just while sitting on the shelf at the warehouse, store or while in your case. On the other hand, expensive hand made strings, like DRs or J Pierce, are wrapped way too tightly, thus, have too much mass, so your guitar’s intonation and rod will probably need to be readjusted. They also play stiffly. D’Addario uses the best steel and bronze alloy and wraps the wound strings with just the correct tension over a hex-shaped inner wire. This causes the outter wrapped wire to essentially be “locked” onto the inner hex wire. This secure wrap keeps it from separating and allows the string to breathe and bend great. They’re also VERY resistant to breakage. I have only broken a handful of D’Addarios over several thousand restringings, and the breakages usually only occurred due to a burr on the tuner post, nut, or bridge. On strings like Martin SPs, they’re known to be a more bendable string than Daddarios. This is because the inner wire of the wound strings are much smaller in diameter. This leads to easier string breakage and easier separation of the inner wire and outter wrap wire. TRUST ME ON THIS… you will love Daddario EJ16 strings!

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    Jake L. Edwards Says:

    65 of 69 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    These strings are perfect for any level or type of Guitarist., December 11, 2009
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    Jake L. Edwards
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    I have played the Acoustic Guitar for eight years, maybe a little more than that. I started with standard Martin strings which I eventually found my hatred for. When I discovered these strings a few years back ago (most, if not all music stores I have visited have strung their Guitars with the D’Addario brand), I never looked back and have always used D’Addario. Only recently have I begun to use these Bronze Light sets, which I am completely infatuated with.

    Most of what I play consist of finger style / classical songs, and these strings are quite easy to tap with. I’ve never had any problems, and the strings themselves come with color coded ball points to indicate which string is which (for a quick and easy string changing). If tapping/finger style isn’t your bag, these strings should still satisfy your needs. The Guitarist “Tim Reynolds” uses these very same strings on his Martin Guitars, and I can’t emphasize more on how amazing the bottom (thickest) string sounds, especially when palm muted.

    If you do decide the buy these strings, I doubt you will be disappointed, but if you find it doesn’t meet your needs then I have had the pleasure of playing on Elixir strings very recently, which you might check out instead. If I know anything about Guitars, I know that I’ll be using D’Addario or Elixir strings from now on. I suggest you do the same.

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    nikki87 Says:

    32 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    D’Addario Phosphor Bronze Light Acoustic Strings, November 7, 2009
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    Great Strings!! Wonderful warm, full sound, yet still maintains enough brightness for finger picking.

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