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Galli Chrome Steel Flat Wound Electric Guitar Strings

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Galli Chrome Steel Flat Wound Electric Guitar Strings
Galli Chrome Steel Flat Wound Electric Guitar Strings
Galli Chrome Steel Flat Wound Electric Guitar Strings
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Flat chrome steel on a hexagonal core with a smooth surface produces a unique string, combining perfect intonation and exceptional smoothness with powerful volume and long sustain.

Digitally controlled winding process allow for a perfect string!

Gauges:

JF1150 -- Light -- 11-15-22W-30-40-50


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By Bruce
Petaluma, CA
July 1, 2018
Galli Flatwounds on Gibson Byrdland
I play a variety of Jazz styles (Jazz standards, Bossa Nova, Be Bop, Jazz Blues). I was pleasantly surprised and very impressed with the Galli flat wounds. After trying many flat wound brands for my '59 Byrdland, the 13-52 and 14-56 sets provide the best overall versatility for a variety of jazz tones. What works on my L-5 (Thomastic Swing and Be Bop sets work great), fell short on the Byrdland, which requires heavier gauges with the shorter 23.5" scale. Both Guitars have carved spruce tops, but Byrdland has 1 1/4" less body depth. Galli strings on the Byrdland & 1965 BF Deluxe Reverb combo, retain the same depth as pure nickel flat wounds, but are livelier (but not bright). A multitude of tones (from Grant Green-Wes- Benson, etc) can be had by varying the pick shape, thickness, material, etc. * D'Addario Chromes were lively but rather sterile. * Pyramid pure Nickel Flats were a close second to Gallis, full, round, but less lively and a little darker. These are great if you want a Grant Green or Jim Hall tone. * La Bella Jazz Flats- Dead out of the box.. made the Byrdland sound like a bass guitar. * Thomastic Swing were rather dead sounding and bass heavy on low E & A. * Thomastic Be Bops were too bright for versatile Jazz tones.
ProsSee review.
ConsNone.
By Shaulee
Mazkeret Batya, Israel
February 3, 2017
Those are amazing stings!
I LOVE them! they feel really good in your fingers and they've made my guitar sound exactly like I wanted!
ProsFlats - They feel awesome!
ConsNONE
By Michael
Paso Robles, CA
January 1, 2017
Excellent Flat Wound Strings
I gave this brand a try without knowing anything about them ... and am glad I did. I play jazz on an ES-330 and these strings sound and feel as good as strings costing 2X as much. Woody with a full, round tone. I just ordered several more 12-gauge sets ...
ProsTonefull Excellent packaging -- sealed and lubricated Nice price point Try different pick weights ... medium and heavy picks are noticeably different, and both great
ConsWipe the strings before installing to remove excess SS particles (not really a Con, just a recommendation as the strings are coated)
By Buddy
Boston
July 28, 2016
Not bad at all
a close 2nd to the Thomastik sets
Prosset is imported and is not a set of ghs(banjosounding)
Constoo thudding too quick
By Richard
Caneadea, NY
April 3, 2014
Very good strings
First time I tried them .Stay in tune , great tone

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