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DR Rare Phosphor-Bronze!

guitarplayer

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I've been using John Pearse phosphor-bronze for over 15 years. I periodically try other brands but have always gone back to JP. I recently bought a high end acoustic and the builder recommended DR Rare Phosphor-Bronze so I tried them. I was hesitant because I've tried DR strings in the past and never liked them at all - until now. The DR Rare PB are WARM, detailed and articulate! I really like them a lot. I've read they don't last very long but so far they sound really, really nice! Are there any other converts out there? :aok
 

otis12

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Yeah,I use em for slide on a National tri cone thats 80 yoars old.I'm using em for slide so they ain't gonna wear much but they last forever.I change em because so much time has passed,not because they went dead on me.Love em
 

guitararmy

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I've used them for years on my dreadnoughts. Love the rich sound, and I don't find them dying any sooner than any other non-coated string.
Haven't had a chance to compare them to D'Addario EJ16's, but I suspect the DR's are a bit warmer...
 






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