Elixir 16077 Light Medium Nanoweb

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String Set for Acoustic Guitars

  • Nanoweb phosphor bronze strings
  • Gauges 012-056 (012 016 024w 035w 045w 056w)
Strength of the strings 0,012" – 0,056"
Material Phosphor Bronze
available since August 2005
Item number 185025
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Strength of the strings from 0,012"
Strength of the strings to 0,056"
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59 AED 14,29 €
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My favourites!
Matt R 22.09.2017
These are pretty much my favourite strings ever. Why? Because of the tone and because of the smoothness of the strings. The coating means I can move faster up and down the neck when playing barre chords (which I do a lot).

I play a lot so have to change strings quite often. It is a bit of a bummer when one snaps because I often end up changing the whole lot and that can get expensive. But on the whole, great tone, great feel, usually last loads longer than normal strings.
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2 successful years on an acoustic
Jarolukas 09.12.2020
Well, yes, I got these to my dad's Takamine and they're still good, bright and in tune. Great solution if you have more guitars and want to keep them alive!
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gotta love the elixir...
pazzer 16.05.2020
These strings rock, not perfect for gigs in my opinion... but perfect for the home, and ideal for scenarios ( like damp winters, or sweaty hands )

Elixirs are on my acoustics 99% of the year, and the cost is worth it because they hold-on longer before losing brightness, compared with every other brand I've tried....

If you're unsure about what acoustic strings to buy:
- buy these
- buy a string-winder ( item no.: 122787 )

You will be able to change your strings slightly slower than with normal strings, at a marginally higher cost. You will only lose out tonally, if you wait too long to change strings ( 2-8 weeks depending upon usage, and cleaning, storage )
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The last really long...
angre 21.04.2015
...compared to ay other strings I've used. I'm not gentle with my strings at all and I change Elixir strings after 8-10 gigs. I don't clean them at all, I just wait for the 1st string to break and than change all. It was now the first time my G string broke at the end of 2nd gig, never happened before in such a short time.

They do sound a bit metal, but their sound lasts until they break. Usually, If I use cheaper strings they loose their rich sound in the middle of the gig. So, until I find something cheaper for the same quality, Elixir remains my strings.
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