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Worth Premium Ukulele Strings Clear Fluorocarbon Tenor Low-G

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Worth Premium Ukulele Strings Clear Fluorocarbon Tenor Low-G CT-LG 63 inch


Tension Model Length 1st-A 2nd-E 3rd-C 4th-G

Tenor  Low-G CT-LG 63 in .0224 in .0260 in .0291 in .0358 in


When setting new strings, these Fluorocarbon lines will distend one or two days.  No future elasticity.  Playing without stress.
Choosing strings with the same nylon tension, can be very thin strings and yet have a good balance.
These very thin Fluorocarbon strings produce much volume.
Good, resounding, high, dry, sweet sound.
Unchangeable in any environment.  Regardless of instrument body type.


3 Reviews
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67% Recommend this product (2 of 3 responses)
By Walt
Not for me. Just didn't work.
August 11, 2021
I have used several different manufacturer's strings over many many years. I read a few favorable reviews and decided to give them a try. First, the Pros: it is correct, each string can be cut in two and there is plenty of length for two strings. That is the end of the "Pros" for my experience. Now the Cons: the tension is "very" light and the strings are easily pulled out of tune, even by the merest of fretting touch! The intonation varies all over the place. I am quite experienced at setting the intonation on all my ukuleles, guitars, banjos - these strings bounce all over the place! Impossible to get a properly set place/tuning and intonation. One strum is flat, don't change anything and strum again it is sharp, etc. etc. they may be the best strings around, but not for me. I prefer the old stand brands of D'Addario or Fremont, even Aquila when I'm desperate. But, Worth is not for me ever again.
  • See above
By Sondra
Denver, Colorado
Worth are my favorite strings
May 7, 2018
I'm not a fan of the wound low g string, which is how any other string company seems to handle low g. Doesn't last, sound is uneven, in my opinion. The Worth strings have great sound, and they last! The low g string is also flurocarbon, just like the rest, so there is sound consistency, as well. And, for most ukes, you get double length, so you get two sets of strings in each envelope. I'm a fan.
I like the clear ones better than brown because they are brighter, less muted. But, that's a matter of the individual's taste in sound.
  • consistency of material and sound
  • double length in each envelope
  • None that I know, except the low g is a bit larger than the other strings, but simple adjustments can help that.
By George
Escondido, CA
Quality strings
July 28, 2016
Easy playing strings

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