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Aquila 107U Super Nylgut Tenor Low-G Tuning Ukulele Strings

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SUPERNYLGUT

SUPERNYLGUT« sets: enjoy your playing with a superb new look and a better sound performance. We are proud to launch the upgraded version of our famous Nylgut« strings: the Supernylgut ukulele string have a charming natural pearl color and a very smooth and polished surface feels like wax. So pleasant for your eyes and for your fingers! They are also  less stretchy than any previous Nylgut« version , this resulting in a faster setting to proper tune when new and in a tendency of easily maintaining the intonation when reached. On top of this, Supernylgut is stronger and does not suffer from sharp edges of the nuts, marks from frets or hard nail playing. And you can get all these upgrades together with the wonderful richness of tone which made our Nylgut« a success! Amazing! Complete with a wound low g string!

 

TENOR 107U - Key of C - GCEA        Tenor Set Low G        SUPERNYLGUT« (1 Wound)

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By Pete
Des Peres, MO
June 18, 2019
Low G
I'm a guitar player originally. I just can't do without the lower bass strings on a ukulele, because of my addiction to bass walkdowns ... Now it's true you don't really get much bass on a uke, but the effect is still there and I gotta have that low G. I have also been known to use a pick, but don't tell anybody!
By Alfred
Southport, NC
August 22, 2017
If you want to tune a tenor uke to low G, this is the one
There aren't really many choices for a set of tenor ukulele with low G strings, I tried this one and the Aquila red nonwound. I liked the sound of both of them, but these outlasted the Aquila red....particularly the low G.

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