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John Pearse 610LM Silk and Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings, Light/Medium

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.012, .016, .024, .032, .042, .053 The exciting new SILKS sets mark a departure from orthodox acoustic string design. Formulated for the electric guitarist who doubles on acoustic, this set features a never before possible "playing ease" tension married with the warmth and projection for which our acoustic strings are famous. Our triple annealed mild steel is pulled through a draw plate to make an extra skinny core. Onto this is wound a silk multifilament which cushions a phospor bronze winding. This is NOT a silk and steel set. The natural edginess of the phosphor bronze winding is tempered by the silk cushion to produce a tone that studio players everywhere are likening to our 80/20 bronze sets after they have been played in. Steve Sheehan, lead guitarist with the Judds, asked us to make this set. Guitarists all over America are thanking him!

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86% Recommend this product (6 of 7 responses)
By Bryce
Las Vegas, NV
December 15, 2015
Amazing strings
Theses are the only strings I use. Very easy on the fingers.
By Ed
harrisville, WV
February 12, 2015
One of the best strings available
I have been playing guitar for 50+ years at almost all levels. For my Mahogany solid bodied acoustic guitars these are by far some of the best strings for a warm and balanced tone. They are especially nice for ease of fingering and bending.
In my opinion, you can't go wrong on these. Some say they go dull to soon but I would say almost all uncoated strings do.
By Leo
Miami, FL
September 15, 2014
Balanced, responsive
I work play for days on end without stop for work and these strings are great, I play them until they break or I feel they've worn down. Best part is that they don't take that long to warm up to my guitar, and really sound great the day I put them on.
ProsGreat sound, playable, don't take forever to settle.
ConsThey break after a little bit of time but it may be just because I play so hard and consistently
By Dennis
North of Detroit, MI
March 3, 2014
Best strings ever
These strings sound warm, deep, and punchy. They have a nice soft feel when playing and tend to have a bit less "metallic" tone.

Similar to older, "broken in" phosphor bronze strings in sound, but you get this sound immediately (or within minutes).
ProsPlayability Sound - loud Tone - deep, warm, punchy.
By Greg
Columbia, SC
December 17, 2012
Just not my thing. . .
I tried a set of these just to see and play them for myself. I'm a fingerstyle player who uses a pick for single lines when the music calls for it, and the JP 600 set is my favorite, as it's so versatile for what I do. These seem more appropriate for those who strum a lot, or want a quiet and intimate fingerstyle touch on a parlor or other small-bodied guitar like an 0 or 00-style.
ProsBelow--I'd recommend them to a friend who is more of a strummer.
ConsSoft, quiet feel and sound that is not what I need for my style of playing. Basses are much quieter than the trebles.
By Wayne
Mississippi
November 11, 2012
Loving these
Have had them on a week and loving the mellow sound and feel.
Better than any other silk and steels I have tried.
ProsMellow sound and easy on the fingers.
By Acoustic Aficianato
September 19, 2010
John Pearse 610LM Sil Phosphor Bronze Lt/Med
I tried these after reading about their introduction in Acoustic Guitar magazine. They have this really slinky, broken in feel right from the start and they stay that way without any noticeable deterioration for a much longer time than any string I have ever used. I normally change my strings every three weeks but these go much longer...more like eight weeks. I just got a Recording King Troubador small body guitar and the mid-range honk this guitar has is just enhanced by these strings. I really like the guage being between light and medium too. Just a little more volume without too much strain on my axe. Give'm a try and see how they sound.

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