My big discovery from 2015 NAMM (guitar strings content)

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by mrpinter, Jan 28, 2015.

  1. mrpinter

    mrpinter Supporting Member

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    Optima strings are just about the best (acoustic and electric) strings I've ever played. Don't let the 24 carat gold plating scare you off, that's on there for long life and freedom from corrosion. Unbelievably musical and "big" sounding strings, and they are more flexible than most other strings... they're super easy to play. No, I am not affiliated with them (yet!). Here they are on my John David Scott acoustic:

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  2. Matt Gnarly

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    At $30 a set it'll be a tough sell
     
  3. G22

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    I use elixir for my acoustic Boucher Guitar. I guess I might give a try to thoses strings. I wonder where I could find theses in Canada. 30$ is an okay price if it last long. I can do 3 months with elixir strings. Maybe I could go at 6 months with thoses!

    Thanks for this information man, I'll check that out.
     

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