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Cleartone EQ Hybrid Metal Acoustic Guitar Strings 7812 Light 12-53

Item# CLR_7812
$11.98List Price $16.99
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Cleartone EQ ? Hybrid Metal Acoustic Guitar Strings

Cleartone EQ?s are the first Acoustic Guitar Strings that blend a variety of metals into the ideal set to highlight your guitar?s frequency response. These strings enable ?perfect EQ setting?, where each wound string utilizes a different alloy to optimize that string?s natural frequencies. The Low E begins with a 99% copper-bronze to increase bass response, then Phosphor Bronze on the A & D strings which accentuate the mid range and maintain a robust low and high end. With 80/20 for the G string, you'll find it's bright characteristics and ability to cut through the mix. All together, Cleartone EQ?s produce an exquisitely balanced tone that mimics a ?perfect EQ setting? by joining all the best qualities of Phosphor bronze, 80/20, and Copper-bronze into a single set. Cleartone has created a hybrid metal acoustic set that is the first of it's kind!


7810 Extra Light 10 14 24 30 38 47

7811 Custom Light 11 15 24 32 42 52

7812 Light 12 16 25 33 43 53

7813 Medium 13 17 26 36 46 56





Cleartone EQ Hybrid Metal Acoustic Guitar Strings 7812 Light 12-53
Cleartone EQ Hybrid Metal Acoustic Guitar Strings 7811 Custom Light 11-52
Cleartone EQ Hybrid Metal Acoustic Guitar Strings 7810 Extra Light 10-47
Cleartone EQ Hybrid Metal Acoustic Guitar Strings 7813 Medium 13-56


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50% Recommend this product (2 of 4 responses)
By Bert
NY
Unimpressed
March 14, 2022
On paper, these strings sounded like a great concept but in my experience I found they were one-dimensional and really lost their bite very quickly. I have used other Cleartone strings and liked them, but these just did not do it for me especially at $12 a set.
Pros
  • None I can honestly say.
Cons
  • Fairly expensive and lost their "bite" very quickly.
By J A.
California
Interesting idea, but can't tell the difference.
June 30, 2021
It seems like a good idea to mix the different metals for different strings. But it really didn't sound any better or worse as far as I can tell, and the tone doesn't justify the high price.
Cons
  • Price
By Jason R.
Valrico Florida
Great
May 11, 2019
I just put these on my Songwriter yesterday, and I really love the sound. Bear in mind that I typically hate the sound of new strings. They are loud, crisp and beautiful. The low E string doesn't boom quite like my John Pearse strings do, but I am hoping these will keep their sound longer due to the treatment Clear Tone applies to the strings. For a guy like me with sweaty hands, and a nice guitar these are some truly great strings. The highs shimmer without being tinny or shrill. The mids are full and present without cheapening the sound. The lows are present and beautiful without being in your face. That is the closest thing to a weakness I find with these is that I really like in your face bass. *note* I think my Pearse strings sound great for about a week then the bass goes flubby and damp. When they are in that sweet period for a week they make the ideal acoustic strings, flawless in every way. These offer something different, but exceptional. If they last, I'm converted.
By J B.
Wood & Wire in Elgin, Illinois
The right set
November 15, 2018
After playing for 30 years and changing innumerable sets on innumerable instruments (in my capacity as a repair fella and luthier) - This is the set I've always wanted for my personal guitars. The bass response and mids are a joy - Treble strings aren't tinny or dull like many others and these didn't need to be played in before they sounded right. Now, after a week, they still sound glorious. I can't wait to mic the guitar and record a bit!
Pros
  • Everything really
  • Bass response and mids are superior
  • pleasing treble
  • no compromise with intonation
Cons
  • none

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