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Re: E and A strings


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Posted by larry (206.43.64.82) on March 15, 2002 at 16:43:22:

In Reply to: E and A strings posted by David G. Maul on March 13, 2002 at 19:20:30:

: What would be the best E asnd A strings for me to buy for playing bluegrass and plucking? I had ordered new strings from Elderly and they sent me some dreadful Red Lable strings... (No Sustain and Dead)... I just ordered some spiracore strings from Hamond Ashley... are these what I want? I hope their not those white strings>> ... Let me know what the scoop is on these strings. I use to like Tomastics when I played in the orchestra; but found they tore my fingers up when playing Foggy Mountain Breakdown. Any info and sorces would be greatly appreciated.. Thanks... Dave Maul


I have used D'Addario Hellicore's for many years.I play hard and often,I'm very satisfied with volume,tone,sustain and longevity.they hold up extremly well in all different types of weather.




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