|商品尺寸||11.43 x 11.43 x 0.25 cm; 0.3 克|
|产品系列名称||EXP Phosphor Bronze|
D'Addario EXP 16涂层荧光粉青铜*浅原声 strings
- Neutrogena Blue Line 卸妆湿巾 25 Count, Twin Pack
EXP 涂层磷铜民谣吉他琴弦寿命并增加了耐用性大大提高，这种亮度，清晰度，灵敏度您就来，永恒的 D'Addario 琴弦。 这是工作原理：一层超细的 EXP 涂层结合磷铜缠绕电线，后*上 hex-shaped 核心电线。 其结果是一个内置隔离，不伤爱车免受腐蚀和磨损，可迅速损耗，您的生活琴弦和音质。 又因为 EXP 涂层 crosslinked 到包裹线前，蜿蜒，琴弦声音清新亮丽。 弦弹肤色持续使用3至4倍以上传统吉他琴弦。
EXP NY Steel String Strength
D'Addario EXP strings are created using advanced proprietary machinery. Starting with a micro-coated wrap wire that is precision drawn, EXP strings with NY Steel are then wound normally to maintain feel and tone. The only difference a player will notice is that the string lifespan is a minimum of 4 times longer.
EXP NY Steel Pitch Stability
D'Addario EXP strings with NY Steel deliver the natural, vibrant sound of regular phosphor bronze and 80/20 bronze acoustic strings with an unparalleled pitch stability. EXP strings not only last substantially longer, but they hold their tune better than any competitor strings.
I rehearse/practice 2-3 times a week, perform every week for church, and play solo gigs about once a month. I usually change my strings every 6 months.
1) They are not as bright/tinny sounding, and sound great right off the bat when strung - even better after they settle for a couple days. I even tried the Elixir's that are supposed to be "dark" sounding, and found they were too bright. These EXPs are my Goldilocks strings, not too bright, not too mellow just right!
2) I also find that they are more comfortable to play than any other strings I've used, and I have used them all. I think it's a combination of the particular tension of these and the fact that D'Addario coats the strings before winding them, maybe their hyped NY Steel too - these just feel better than anything I've played.
I have these on all my dreadnoughts - Martin, Yamaha, Alvarez, and they sound good whether strumming or fingerpicking. Everyone is different, and it takes some time to find the right strings for a particular guitar/player/sound, but for me this was well worth the cost to give them a try. I recommend you do too.
Sounds very good on a Takamine jumbo. This is my first try of the D'Addario EXP15's. I have been using the non-coated 80/20 phosphor bronze for a few years now.
Also sound very goon on a Seagull folk/parlor guitar made with all cedar body.
My usual strings are D'Addario EJ16, But I don't like the way they sound at first. Too bright, then perfect after a few days of playing them in.This is the string I settled on after bouncing around from Martin, Elixir, Ernie Ball etc.... Basically, I've been searching for a couple years for strings that match this guitar and I'v finally found them.
These EXP16, are amazing right out of the pack.The strings are easier on my fingers and the squeaking from slides is less pronounced. The only thing I'd note, is that they are a little sticky when bending, but it's not a deal breaker. Again, I can't believe how loud and clear my little guitar is with these on it.
I love this (Eastman) guitar a lot, and this made me appreciate just what a special guitar it is. I mean, this thing is already a little boom box, but with these strings it got even louder and clearer. I could't imagine getting a better sound than what I've got going with these strings.We'll have to wait and see how long they last, but if my experience with this manufacturer is any indicator, I won't be disappointed.