|商品尺寸||10.41 x 11.94 x 1.52 cm; 45.36 克|
|制造商||W.L. Gore & Associates, Inc.|
|尺寸||Ex. Light (.010-.047)|
ELIXIR 怡丽丝尔 磷青铜原声吉他弦，带 NANOWEB 涂层，超轻 (.010-.047)
- Acoustic guitar strings constructed with phosphor bronze wrap wire
- Played for a dynamic balance of rich, full-bodied tone and sparkling high-end clarity
- Ultra-thin NANOWEB Coating provides a traditionally textured, "uncoated" feel
- Our patented coating technology protects against common corrosion, extending tone life longer than any other brand's coated or uncoated strings (Elixir Strings player survey)
- Extra Light gauge: .010 .014 .023 .030 .039 .047
Lots of strings sound great - for a day or two, that is! Let's face it, replacing strings (especially strings you just bought) just isn't part of the "having fun playing guitar" equation. With Elixir Acoustic Nanoweb strings, you get the tone you want and keep it for months after conventional strings wuss out. The secret is the ultra-thin polymer coating Elixir covers their strings with. It keeps the oils on your hands and other nastiness off of your strings so they don't corrode.
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There are so many excellent strings out there it is just impossible to pick one. But if you want a really easy to play string set with great clarity for finger style, the Elixir extra lights are hard to beat.
Turns out, he was right. The reason why is because the coating used to protect the strings does dull the sound a little bit. and you don't truly get a true feel for what they can sound like until they're really broken in. I'm not sure if that's a good thing. Just don't change your strings right before a show. They do last twice as long, though, and even out-of-the-package, they sound better than most other strings I've tried.
I typically used Martin strings before mostly because I felt that if Martin makes such awesome guitars, they must make Martin strings to go with them. The strings I usually purchased where the Martin Authentic Lifespan 2.0.
I personally own two Taylors and a Takamine acoustic, and most folks know that Taylors come stock with Elixir strings. Personally, I think that's because it helps Taylor sell guitars.
When I was playing the Martin next to the Taylor at the music store, I preferred the sound of the Taylor. It was strong in the mids, subdued but still bright in the highs, and they had a wonderfully subdued bass sound that you could feel more than you could hear. The Martin seemed more well rounded, but the Taylor stood out because it rang out much longer.
I think it was the strings, and I didn't realize this until knowingly changing from my normal Martin strings to the Elixers on my guitars at home. Three guitars all produced superior results for different reasons. On my old Takamine workhorse, the Elixir strings produced a lot more sustain from a fairly weak sounding guitar. I was used to having to plug it in if I wanted people to be able to hear the guitar over my singing, and that became no longer necessary. On my Taylor Mini, the Elixirs greatly reduced the clinky sound strumming made, which was overwhelming with the Martin strings. This was the most noticeable difference. The Mini sounded really bad with the Martin strings by comparison.
On my baby, though, that punch from the bass that you can feel more than you can hear has returned.
It doesn't sound like it produces a very loud sound, but that sound carries a long way. I love singing with it. It's the only guitar of the three where I can actually hear the strings ring out loud enough to harmonize my voice with them, and I am truly in love with that feeling.
I wasn't able to attain that nearly to the same degree with the Martin strings.
The other thing that I want to point out is that these seem to be easier to tune, and they stay in tune. usually, when I first string a guitar, I like to strum around a little bit and then retune. I've been finding that with these strings, I don't have to. Plus, it's actually kind of strange if I pick it up and it's out of tune. I truly believe the strings have something to do with that.