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Elixir Strings

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Elixir Strings - Poly Web Coated Strings
SKU: #59720
Model: #E11050
Your Price:   $15.99 CDN
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Description

Elixir Polyweb Acoustic Guitar Strings are the first major innovation in strings in over forty years, and deliver what they promise: great tone and long life no matter what you put them on or how often you play.

Elixir Strings are covered with an ultrathin, space-age polymer tube that contacts the string on the tops of the windings only. This leaves the all-important winding-to-winding-to-core space free from the fear of the enemies of tone!

Most players report that Elixir Strings keep sounding great 3 to 5 times longer than ordinary strings.

Reviews



best ever strings
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Product Experience I own it Closest Store Vancouver British Columbia
Played for 40 years and found the Elixir strings on a guitar for sale in London. It was a beautiful Taylor around $2500. The guitar was great but the feel and tone from the strings made me buy a set and they are hands down the best strings I have ever used.Make my old guitar ring like a new. Easy on the fingers and smooth slide action.

Posted by Guy Mathany on Jun 15, 2013


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Product Experience I own it Closest Store New Minas Nova Scotia
I have these strings on my Gibson J-45. No annoying string squeeks with these. They sound great and are all I use.

Posted by anonymous on Apr 11, 2012


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Product Experience I own it Closest Store London Ontario
All I have to say is amazing strings. Very long lasting and keep tune very well. For 15 years I was using D'Addario, until a frind of mine recommended Elixr. I don't think I can ever go back. For anyone who wanted to know about the difference between Polyweb and Nanoweb. Guitar strings are pretty much a wire, with another wire coiled around it. With Polyweb, the wire is coated and then wrapped and coated again. With Nanoweb, it's only coated once at the end of the coiling process. I find Polyweb to last much longer than Nanoweb.

Posted by AC on Mar 18, 2012



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