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Augustine Blue Regal Classical Guitar Strings

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A major accomplishment in the science of sound. The Regal guitar strings are composed of a new and unique polymer, one which guarantees brilliant, projecting sound and clear bell-like tones. No matter what instrument or style of music you play, you will find that Regals will complement it. Regals are a heavy-gauge treble string.


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By Azusa N.
December 13, 2020
Decided to try these on my Yamaha GC32S seeing these strings are used on the upscale GC82 from factory. I played my guitar with these on for three months. Needless to say I am rather disappointed with these and I am going back to Daddario Pro Artes.
  • - Has a cool picture of Andres Segovia in the packaging
  • - The strings are cut short with barely any slack. My guitar has a 650 mm scale and I was barely able to tie the bass strings (especially the D string) on my guitar. If your guitar has a longer scale you are screwed.
  • - I heard nothing special about these strings that warrant the premium $10 price tag
  • - The bass strings are quite squeaky but I can live with that. The treble strings, however, are very grating. They have this "hissy" and tinny quality to them when played. I found them to be very grating and harsh to the ears. I switched back to Daddario Pro Artes today and they don't have this grating sound -- played under the same conditions.
By Vladimir
Bear, DE
Great sound!
December 6, 2016
Great strings for my students. Lovely and balance sound!
By Ze R.
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Amazing sound!
October 4, 2016
Of all Augustines, this is the one I'm keen of the most.
The bass strings are the Blue Augustines, hard tension, and the treble are exclusive Regals. Amazing and soft tones, a lot of body.
  • Amazing and soft tones, a lot of body.
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By John E.
Good Sound
February 22, 2012
Admittedly, I usually play my Seagull S6 with Godin Strings however I also have an Admira Solista classical guitar. It was sounding dreadful so I put a new set of Blue Regals on and I am delighted. I am not a connoisseur but it makes the Leonard Cohen songs I play sound good!

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