Martin 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings Reviews
Product Type: Martin Guitars guitars and bass guitars
Description:Brand: Martin / Type: Acoustic Guitar Strings / Sizes: M-140 Light / M145 Light/Medium / M-150 Medium / M-170 Extra ... more
Newest Review: ... I went for these Martin 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings for £4.50 delivered, which seemed to be getting a lot of good ... more
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Customer Martin 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings Reviews (3)
by - written on 11/11/11 (Very useful, 55 readings)
I've been playing my guitar on and off for quite a while now, and I can slaughter a good tune every now and then. Sometimes people even claim to recognise the tune that I am playing, which is a nice compliment - I think. But either way, I do take pride in looking after my guitar, and when one of the strings broke a while back (they're not very forgiving when they catch on a door handle unfortunately) I was in the market to get a new one. Now looking around on Amazon, whilst I was only looking for one string, I was pleasantly surprised at how cheaply an entire set of strings could be bought for - for as little as £4 - £5. So going on Amazon reviews as a sort of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/11 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I started playing guitar some 12 years ago and I freely admit I had no idea what I was doing back then. In fact I used to get my male guitar playing friends to change my strings for me whenever it needed doing and thankfully they were willing to do so. I did eventually learn to do it myself though and now find it amusing that it was ever something I considered beyond my abilities! Martin Strings seemed to be the variety all my friends used and by association they became my strings of choice. Back when I started playing I used to have to actually venture into guitar/music shops to buy a pack but these days the beauty of the internet means that I just order them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/11 (Very useful, 104 readings)
If you've spent a substantial amount on an acoustic guitar, it's probably best to kit it out with some half decent strings. Thankfully, acoustic guitar strings are generally cheap to buy, and don't seem to break as quickly as electric guitar ones do (which is good, as I find them more difficult to replace). Today i'm looking at Martin Bronze Acoustic Strings - a reliable brand which I've used on and off over the last few years. The strings are available in three varieties - 'Medium', 'Light', and 'Extra Light' gauge which are of the following thicknesses; Medium: .013", .017", .026", .035", .045", and .056" Light: .012", ... Read the complete review
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