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Martin Clear Fluorocarbon Nylon Ukulele Strings M620 Tenor

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Martin Clear Fluorocarbon Nylon Ukulele Strings M620 Tenor
Martin Clear Fluorocarbon Nylon Ukulele Strings M620 Tenor
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A small but mighty sound. 

Martin Ukulele strings offer a high tensile strength core wire to hold tunings longer and improve harmonic output for consistent true tone. 

"Fluorocarbon is used specifically for our M620 Ukulele strings. The density of this material is higher than traditional nylon and produces stronger and richer tone." - MartinGuitars.com

Martin M620 Clear Fluorocarbon Tenor Ukulele Strings offer a rich, amplified tone. The fluorocarbon strings allow less elongation and therefore resist tone loss from stretching due to tuned-to-pitch tension providing longer play between tunings.

Gauge:
M620 Tenor - .0220 .0284 .0340 .0251

Martin & Co. designs and manufactures the strings themselves. Like their guitars, each string is made with patience, care, and precision with only the highest quality materials producing strings with exacting tone and superior performance. Not only are their packaging materials minimized and 100% recyclable, but the envelopes reduce the tarnishing effect on the strings.

Not what your are looking for? Check out our full line of Martin Strings!




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By Lisa
Australia
Incorrect internal packaging
July 11, 2019
The internal packets had errors which marked strings incorrectly.
Hard to believe the errors got through the system at Martin
String tone was ok, but hard on the fingers.

ProsNice tone
ConsThe batch I got had incorrectly printed internal packaging with string names marked wrong. Hard on the fingers

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