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D'Addario T2 Titanium Ukulele Strings

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D'Addario T2 Titanium Ukulele Strings
D'Addario T2 Titanium Ukulele Strings
D'Addario T2 Titanium Ukulele Strings
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D'Addario Titanium Ukulele strings are crafted from a dense monofilament material that has an attractive, translucent purple hue and a polished, smooth feel similar to nylon. This unique material is particularly beneficial to Ukulele’s due to its slightly brighter tone and increased projection, resulting in more volume, clarity and dynamics.

Available in:

EJ87B Baritone - Titanium/Silver - 28-33-30w-35w

EJ87C Concert - 25-33-40-29

EJ87S Soprano - 28-33-40-29

EJ87T Tenor - 29-33-41-29


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By Joe
Alamogordo, NM
September 14, 2014
Possibly the most hit and miss strings on the market
I've tried every set of D'Addario's Titanium strings on a variety of instruments (all solid, solid top, lamintes, banjo ukes) and have been alternately pleased and frustrated with the sound. Of the 12 sets I've purchased and installed, 3 instruments sound great, 2 sounded passable, the rest pretty lousy. When I broke a string on one of my ukes that sounded great with the Titaniums I restrung it with another set. I was shocked at how awful it sounded and they were the exact same set as before. Their baritone sets are particularly bad imo. I've installed them on 2 different baritones and both had the exact same faults-weak, dull sounding B & E strings, and probably the clankiest, noisest, abrasive sounding D & G strings I've yet to experience. I'm not exactly sure what's up with D'Addario and these strings. I'll probably still take a chance on them if the price is right i.e. Under $5 or free.
ProsThey're usually pretty cheap. The purple colored strings look cool under the right light.
ConsInconsistent Baritone strings are particularly disappointing.

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