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La Bella 427 Elite Classical Guitar Strings

Item# LAB_427
$9.79List Price $17.75
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Item Description

The 427 Pacesetter Elite® set contains clear nylon trebles and basses are silver-plated copper wound on a nylon filament core. The prototype for the first nylon classic guitar strings, this fifty year old set design has been the standard and most versatile string construction since nylon strings were developed. The moderately priced Pacesetter Elite is by far the world’s largest selling set of classical guitar strings.

  • Trebles: Clear Nylon
  • Basses:  Silver-Plated Wound
  • Medium Tension

SKU Note Diameter in Diameter mm Tension lbs Tension Kgs
416 E 0.028 0.711 15.4 6.985
418 B 0.032 0.813 11.88 5.389
420 G 0.04 1.016 12.32 5.588
422 D 0.028 0.711 12.32 5.588
424 A 0.033 0.838 13.2 5.987
426 E 0.041 1.041 13.2 5.987
427 Set     78.32 35.525


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By Douglas S.
Seaford, DE
Great Strings
June 1, 2013
I have tried almost every brand and tension of string for classical guitar. The La Bella 427 elite are absolutely the best sounding string for a traditional classical guitar sound. These are the original nylon strings from Du Pont with better intonation. The intonation is excellent on the "new and improved trebles". Don't be afraid of the light/low tension, your guitar will most certainly be more resonant and sweeter than with higher tensions. These feel somewhere between light and medium tension. Hard tension strings "choke" the top of the guitar. Contrary to popular belief, many concert players prefer lower tension strings and don't usually use high tension. Furthermore, lighter tension strings are easier on your hands and easier for left hand slurs etc... The basses are deep and resonant while the trebles are clear and sweet. There is little string noise from the basses and the trebles feel slick which enhances your playing experience. Not to mention, these are far more inexpensive than other strings and last twice as long.
  • Great sound
  • Great feel
  • Great value
By Nylon P.
September 6, 2010
These strings sound dull and have no pop. It is worth the $16 a pack for a set of quality nylon strings. Try some Savarez strings-- you won't be disappointed!

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