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Savarez 520 P1 Red Traditional Classical Guitar Strings - Plastic Wound Trebles

Item# SAV_520P1
$13.29List Price $26.00
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Savarez 520 P1 Red Traditional Classical Guitar Strings - Plastic Wound Trebles Trebles - Plastic Wound E B G strings. Rectified Nylon with high acoustic qualities. Perfect intonation. Very precise gauge. Basses - Traditional Basses. Rich tone. Deep & warm sound HIGH TENSION


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67% Recommend this product (2 of 3 responses)
By Ren?
Portland, OR
Unusual strings that are good for crossover playing without fingernails.
December 17, 2020
I use these on my Godin Encore 7-string to play without fingernails, and with a pick. The plastic wound trebles take some getting used to. They hold their intonation well and I like them for my crossover guitars. I have a Paul McGill Fallaway Shoulder Picasso-esque Nylon String that I spent over $2000 restoring with a new neck. It likes these strings very much.

Everybody ought to at least try it once to find out what they feel and sound like.

By andy
london uk
THE string for flamenco guitar
March 6, 2017
easily the best strings for flamenco guitar,they do go off after a month or two,then a new set really brings a guitar to life.Consistent for more than 40 years
Prosbreathe life into your guitar
Consneed changing after a month or two
By Justin
Savarez Plastic Wound Trebles
December 11, 2010
Tried these strings out just for the novelty of it. The strings had a bright sound, almost like a steel string acoustic. They were bright, yet they lacked the bell like clarity that classical guitar trebles usually have. The string chatter noise when going up and down the fretboard was considerable, especially since there is none on traditional trebles. The 3rd string (G) was so large in diameter that it barely fit through the bridge hole, it required needle nose pliers to push it through. The strings come into tune quickly, however the high E was under considerable tension. I know they are high tension strings, but it seemed like it could pop at any minute. Some people may like these strings, but in my opinion they need some more refinement before I would consider playing on them

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