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D'Addario EJ42 Phosphor Bronze Resophonic Guitar Strings

Item# DAD_EJ42
$6.79List Price $9.99
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Item Description

Play with the D'Addario EJ42 Phosphor Bronze Resophonic Guitar Strings that made D'Addario and so many artists famous!

"D'Addario strings have the tone and life that any artist needs. They are the best!" - Justin Moses of The Dan Tyminski Band

D'Addario EJ42 Phosphor Bronze Resophonic Guitar Strings offer a warm, well balanced acoustic tone, with bright intonation and a "fret-friendly" round wound feel that made them D'Addario's most popular acoustic guitar strings. D'Addario received worldwide acclaim in 1974 for introducing Phosphor Bronze to string making, giving their strings such superb, long-lasting tone.

For even longer lasting tone, try D'Addario EXP42 Coated Phosphor Bronze Resophonic Guitar Strings.

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
D'Addario Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Single Strings

EJ42 Resophonic Light 16-18-26-35-45-56

Product Video

Grammy Award Winner Al Di Meola plays
D'Addario EJ Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings
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Matt Smith plays D'addario Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings on a resonator guitar and talks about it.


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100% Recommend this product (2 of 2 responses)
Vienna, Austria
Decent strings
October 3, 2019
A fine set of strings - for the price. Nice for altered tuning.
By Antonio
Saint-laurent, QC
Nice gauge
September 6, 2017
That was what i was looking for...

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