D'Addario EJ65B Pro-Arté Custom Extruded Nylon Ukulele Strings, Baritone
- Optimized for Baritone Ukuleles tuned to standard DGBE tuning^Pro-Arté Custom Extruded Nylon for highly accurate, laser sorted treble strings^Preferred for their warm and long lasting tone^Baritone Ukulele, Pro-Arté Custom Extruded Clear Nylon, Silver-Plated Copper Wound, Non-Ball End^Made in the U.S.A. for the highest quality and performance
D'Addario EJ65B strings are designed specifically for baritone ukuleles. The 3rd and 4th string are a silver-plated copper wound on nylon and complimented by a 1st and 2nd Pro-Arté Custom Extruded clear nylon strings. Each Custom Extruded Nylon sets are manufactured on D'Addario's own advanced monofilament extrusion line built exclusively for the production of musical instrument strings. Each set features our exclusive laser sorted Pro-Arté clear nylon trebles for unsurpassed intonation with a warm, projecting acoustic tone.
D'Addario Pro-Arte Custom Extruded Ukulele Sets
An all-nylon set designed for soprano ukulele and optimized for the traditional A-D-F#-B tuning. D'Addario's advanced monofilament extrusion line and Pro-Arte laser sorting deliver unsurpassed intonation and warmth.
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I've only played on nylon strings (both clear and black, for whatever difference that might make) so I wanted to try something else out. These piqued my interest. I wouldn't call them "purple" as the description does...more like a steel gray, but still transparent. Not a bright color, if anyone was concerned. The sound is lovely. Very present, bright, and no buzzing or the like (which I found with the nyltech's "punchy" sound) with a clean fall-off. Super long strings, too...if you're like me and have a tough time tying those end knots, you've got lots of leeway! It was an extra 5-6" I cut off at the end.
All-in-all a unique and beautiful set of strings. Sounds great!
I was worried that these would make my uke sound too much like a toy (I wasn't sure what they meant by its placement on the "bright" end of their "warm - bright" scale), but they make it hum like a beautiful classical guitar. These strings with the Low G tuning matures my ukulele into a serious instrument that I can't stop playing; I can't recommend them any higher.
Just to let you know Nyltech strings so need to be stretched. History says they will settle in in 3-5 days. You need to tune them, then pull up around top of sound hole to stretch them & tune again. Doing this a few times a day for that 3-5 days & they will hold tune pretty well. A little more work, but well worth the effort.