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D'Addario EFT Flat Top Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings

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D'Addario EFT Flat Top Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings are smooth and quiet with no sacrifice to professional sound quality.

"The D'Addario Flat Tops sound broken in when new, which reduces string squeak, and they do not have that pristine "flat top guitar" sound which is not appropriate for most archtop applications. I have found the Flat Tops to be long-lived and to resist breakage." - Jeff Krahn

D'Addario EFT Flat Top Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings offer a warm, well balanced acoustic tone, with bright intonation and a "semi-flat" precision ground outer surface for an ultra smooth playing experience. Simultaneously reducing finger noise, while retaining the superb tone and sustain of phosphor bronze, makes this string ideal for recording and flatpicking.

All D'Addario strings are precisely wound around a hexagonally shaped high-carbon-steel core wire by computer-controlled machines guaranteeing clear intonation, rock-solid fundamentals, and incomparable consistency in every string. The tight core tension produced through this rigorous quality-controlled process results in a harmonically rich, longer-lasting string.

Need Single Strings?
D'Addario Plain Steel Single Strings

Gauge:
EFT15 Extra Light 10-14-23-30-39-47
EFT16 Light 12-16-24-32-42-53
EFT17 Medium 13-17-26-35-45-56
EFT13 Resophonic 16-19-28-36-44-56

D'Addario has incorporated Corrosion Intercept Technology into their environmentally friendly packaging to insure your strings are green, and fresh for the pickin'! Check out the D'Addario Environmental Packaging Tab for more info. All D'Addario packaging is either produced from recycled materials or is completely recyclable.

Don't forget about D'Addario's Players Points Program as a cool way to collect free D'Addario gear just for being a loyal customer!

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D'Addario EFT Flat Top Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings


D'Addario has incorporated Corrosion Intercept Technology into their environmentally friendly packaging to insure your strings are green, and fresh for the pickin'! Check out the D'Addario Environmental Packaging Tab for more info. All D'Addario packaging is either produced from recycled materials or is completely recyclable.

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.



Al Schnier of Moe talks about D'Addario's environmentally friendly packaging.

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57% Recommend this product (4 of 7 responses)
By akimov76@gmail.com
Vaughan, Ontario
November 18, 2017
Very good strings for reduced finger noise.
Those are great if you're into warm, vintage sound and very low finger noise. Great for recording. They sound very nice on my Blueridge and I highly recommend them. Make sure you get a lower gauge than usual because they're quite high tension. I use 10-47 even whereas my other guitars are strung with 12-53 Wanna hear them in action? Head out to youtube and search GeneAkimoff and watch the Nirvana cover Cheers! Gene Akimoff
ProsLow finger noise. (probably the lowest squeaked / clean move ratio ever) Warm, balanced sound. Clean and transparent low mids etc etc
Conshigher tension that usual
By David
Renfrew Ontario Canada
August 5, 2017
Never again
cannot stand the sound of them...
Proscannot find any...
Consthese are not for me...
By Mario
Oxnard, CA
August 13, 2016
Solid Strings
So I got a set of these based on the reviews saying there was less finger noise. But to be honest, I didn't notice a huge difference compared to the elixirs I normally use. However I did like the more mellow sound from them
By Richard
Caneadea, NY
April 3, 2014
Good Strings
Very little finger noise
ConsTone is duller then non-ground strings
By L. W.
Kentucky
June 25, 2013
Great for acoustic F-hole guitars
These are a bit pricey for strings that don't last a long time (they're not bad, though - just normal) - BUT they're they provide, for me, the best acoustic archtop playing experience of any bronze string I've tried - they are almost literally like bronze flats. They're polished down so smooth, the G and D strings give no finger squeak. The A ad low E might give a slight trace, but with halfway decent technique, you'll never hear squeak at all. Loud, too - mellow but punchy, great for comping swing chords, good for lead lines, chord melody - I dig 'em!
By David
November 11, 2010
Nice Tone
I am primarily an electric player, but I love my handmade Louden. I use the Lites and I enjoy the nice tonal range without being to bright. They record really well too. My guitar is doe not have a pick up in it, so I rely on a mic or live.
By Craig French
November 3, 2010
D'Addario Flat Tops
I really like these strings. I installed a set on an old '32 National Style O resonator guitar(single cone/brass body), and they worked quite well. Nice and quiet when my fingers slide along them. They're very warm sounding, which may or may not be what you're looking for. Don't use them if you're looking for a really bright sound. I like to use the Low E and A strings on my guitar, combined with plain steel strings on the higher 4 strings when playing slide blues. That way I retain a nice "no squeak" bass sound on the lower 2 strings, and a zingy bright slide tone on the other strings. They're rarely stocked at most music stores, which is why I end up buying them online. Keep them clean, and they should last a good long time. Try a set out.

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