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Ernie Ball 2004 Earthwood Light Acoustic Guitar Strings - 80/20 Bronze Alloy

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Ernie Ball 2004 Earthwood Light Acoustic Guitar Strings - 80/20 Bronze Alloy

Made from 80% copper, 20% zinc wire wrapped around hex shaped tin plated steel core wire. The most popular acoustic guitar strings provide a crisp, ringing sound with pleasing overtones. Gauges .011 .015 .022w .030 .042 .052

Ernie Ball Earthwood strings are just one of the many choices that musicians have. With over 100 options of the best acoustic strings to choose from, every kind of musician will find the right fit for them. Ernie Ball acoustic guitar strings come in a number of different high quality materials including aluminum, bronze, nylon, phosphor, and stainless steel. Generally, bronze strings translate to a bright tone, phosphor bronze leads to a warmer tone, steel produces a softer tone, and nylon guitar strings bring a clear and rich tone.

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