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John Pearse Pure Nickel Wound Acoustic Guitar Strings 960L Light

Item# JP_960L
$6.69List Price $11.95
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Gauges:
#960L - .012 .016 .024w .032 .042 .054
#980M - .013 .017 .026w .035 .045 .057


John Pearse Pure Nickel Wound Acoustic Guitar Strings 960L Light
John Pearse Pure Nickel Wound Acoustic Guitar Strings 980M Medium


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100% Recommend this product (4 of 4 responses)
By Jaime
Miami, Fl
Best amplified acoustic strings
May 19, 2022
I use these strings on arch-top guitars amplified by magnetic pickups. I find that phosphor bronze strings won't balance well with the magnetic pickups, and regular nickel 12 gauge electric string sets are too bright and don't have a heavy enough low E string for my liking.

These strings bring out a very good acoustic sound and produce ideal electric amplified tones.
Pros
  • Great acoustic tones
  • Perfect electric tones
  • Long lasting
  • The price is right
By Bil
Boulder, Colorado
JP pure nickel. A really nice set of strings
February 1, 2022
I have a Collings Baby with walnut B/S and German spruce top. Nothing sounded right on it until I tried these strings. Then the magic came through. Really nice tone.
I have also tried them on my Alvarez rosewood and Sitka parlor that was a little lost and it now produces a very sweet sound for finger style to my ear.
I have yet to put them on any Sitka Hogs, but I have read great things, especially about using them on solid hogs. Mine still wear JP PB. Well worth the try.
These were the strings most often used prior to the intro of PB.
Great sound! Long lasting!
By David
hampton, GA
pearse 960 l strings
December 25, 2021
I've been experimenting with strings on my jumbo guild maple body. I do believe these are the best yet ,as far as tone and playability. I really like that the strings play to the guitars voice, not hearing just the strings.. I'm not a believer in " A BEST STRING". Each guitar has its own sweet spot.
Pros
  • great sound, excellent note separation.
  • great for taming the brightness of maple bodied guitars.
Cons
  • they do make a bit of noise sliding up and down the neck, but not as much as 80/20, or p/b
By mike
Chambersburg, PA
woody tone
April 20, 2020
Nickel strings on acoustic was something I tried after reading Tony Rice's biography. They really do sound like the guitar instead of the string. I've tried them all. I prefer these, and the price is much better than the competitors.
Pros
  • Even response across the strings, warm tone, VERY long lasting
Cons
  • If you like super bright, chimey strings, you may not prefer these

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