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D'Addario Chromes Flat Wound Electric Guitar Strings ECG25 Light 12-52

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When you need electric guitar strings that are good for playing jazz in particular, go with the D'Addario Chromes Flat Wound Electric Guitar Strings from Strings and Beyond. Having gotten rave reviews from jazz guitar greats such as John Scofield, these strings are reliable and guaranteed to satisfy your musical needs. These strings have a mellow and warm tone that is perfect for jazz. They are made with flattened stainless steel ribbon wire which makes them have a polished, smooth and easy feel for your hands. Each D'Addario string is precisely wound around a hexagonal high-carbon steel core wire by computer-controlled machines. This guarantees clear intonation, solid fundamentals and excellent consistency in every string. The core tension is tight because of rigorous controlled process that results in a longer-lasting and harmonically rich string.


Order your D'Addario Chromes Flat Wound Electric Guitar Strings from Strings and Beyond today.


Gauge:

ECG23 Extra Light 10-14-20w-28-38-48

ECG24 Jazz Light 11-15-22w-30-40-50

ECG25 Light 12-16-24w-32-42-52

ECG26 Medium 13-17-26w-35-45-56

ECG24-7 7-String Jazz Light 11-15-22w-30-40-50-65


NEW - 3 Pack:

ECG23-3D Extra Light 10-14-20w-28-38-48

ECG24-3D Jazz Light 11-15-22w-30-40-50





D'Addario Chromes Flat Wound Electric Guitar Strings ECG23 Extra Light 10-48
D'Addario Chromes Flat Wound Electric Guitar Strings ECG24 Jazz Light 11-50
D'Addario Chromes Flat Wound Electric Guitar Strings ECG25 Light 12-52
D'Addario Chromes Flat Wound Electric Guitar Strings ECG26 Medium 13-56
D'Addario Chromes Flat Wound 7-String Electric Guitar Strings ECG24-7 Jazz Light 11-65
D'Addario 3 Pack Chromes Flat Wound Electric Guitar Strings ECG23-3D Extra Light 10-48
D'Addario 3 Pack Chromes Flat Wound Electric Guitar Strings ECG24-3D Jazz Light 11-50
D'Addario has incorporated Corrosion Intercept Technology with their environmentally friendly packaging to insure your strings are green, and fresh for the pickin'!

The application of Corrosion Intercept Technology, developed by Lucent Technologies' Bell Labs, is the most significant development in string packaging since D'Addario pioneered the environmental string package in 1992. Each Corrosion Intercept bag employs a plastic which contains a gas-neutralizing barrier in the polymer matrix. This barrier reacts with and neutralizes gasses which cause materials to tarnish, guaranteeing that your D'Addario strings are as fresh and tarnish-free as the day we packaged them. Since Corrosion Intercept bags are both environmentally friendly and completely recyclable, they'll keep our planet untarnished as well.

Also, as a result of D'Addario's Player's Points Program, several tons of packaging redeemed for D'Addario gear gets systematically recycled every year.

All D'Addario packaging is either produced from recycled materials or is completely recyclable.

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By L0ren
Kentucky
Hard to Beat Chromes....
August 14, 2020
I've been playing a jazz box for nearly ten years now, and have tried what seems like every brand of flatwound strings, yet D'Addario Chromes are still my favorite. Bright without being stingingly bright, in other words, not like some stainless steel strings I've tried -- just way too metallic for jazz. Nickel wound is the way to go, and these D'Addarios are that. I get a couple of months from a set of these -- I've heard that some folks get up to a year!

I'm not a light player, but I've never broken one of these. I use .012s or .013s, and the guitar I play most is a fairly cheap Ibanez, but with a good Seymour Duncan neck pickup, and they sound perfect to my ear. Also I dig how they stay in tune. As I'm restringing, I'll stretch each string gently a few times, each direction, but not too much. I think over-stretching ruins a set of strings prematurely. So some gentle tugging, then tune up, play a bit, retune and that's it! They're good to go.

Give these a shot if you haven't already!

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