Ernie Ball Earthwood Acoustic 80/20 Bronze - 12-54

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Made from 80% copper, 20% zinc wire wrapped around hex shaped tin plated steel core wire. The most popular acoustic guitar strings provide a crisp, ringing sound with pleasing overtones.

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Closest StoreSaskatoon, Saskatchewan
Have been running these on my Composite Acoustics Legacy, and found they really balance the tone out very well.
Posted by JR Green on Apr 8, 2022
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We've all tried lots of different strings, trying to get that "tone" that pleases our own ears. I starting using these about a year ago on two all-solid-wood acoustics, one being a Concert-sized made of Sitka spruce & mahogany, and the other being a Dreadnought made of Engleman spruce & rosewood. I hear the best of both guitars with Earthwood 80/20's. Clarity, sustain, brightness, boldness, and full-sounding overtones ... these will really let you hear the woods in your guitars do what they can do.
Posted by Rick on Jan 25, 2021
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