Martin Acoustic Guitar Strings MSP3600

May 2, 2019 - Comment

Martin MSP3600 Studio Performance 12-String Bronze Wound Extra Light Acoustic Guitar Strings are made with a unique composition that gives brilliance, clarity, and longevity of sound. Bronze winding is ideally suited for strings that have deep, rich basses and clear, bright trebles. Product Features Gauges: .010 – .047

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Martin MSP3600 Studio Performance 12-String Bronze Wound Extra Light Acoustic Guitar Strings are made with a unique composition that gives brilliance, clarity, and longevity of sound. Bronze winding is ideally suited for strings that have deep, rich basses and clear, bright trebles.

Product Features

  • Gauges: .010 – .047

Comments

Anonymous says:

Great for cigar box guitars. I have bought three cigar box guitars from the same builder. He’s made over a thousand instruments, and always equips the instruments he sells with these strings (only 3 or 4 strings used, not all 6).I’ve been playing my 4-string CBG for awhile, and these strings are really great. Nice tone, especially when I plug the guitar into a little amp – the CBG is equipped with a piezo disk pickup. I did some research on best amp for CBG’s, and found out about the battery-powered Roland…

Anonymous says:

Good strings, light weight I like these light gauge Martin strings. Guess I’m getting old but the medium gauge strings I had on my guitar wore my old fingers out.This is the third set of Acoustic SP’s I have ordered and I intend to keep ordering them. The price is right and I received them in 2 days time. Now I don’t play out professionally like I once did, but I write and record often. I recommend this guitar strings for sure.

Anonymous says:

I also like them because they do tend to be gentler on … I’m a heavy handed rhythm guitar player. These strings are ideal because they are quieter than the rest. Makes my clunky, chunky playing much more pleasant- subdued and uniform. I also like them because they do tend to be gentler on my chording fingers. They have a lovely sound. I rehearse most days and play out 2-3 times a week and change them every two to four weeks for optimal sound. Any longer than that, and they lose their brightness and softness. More serious and professional players…

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