Curt Mangan 12-54 80/20 Bronze Medium Light COATED Acoustic Guitar Strings - Dynamic Music Distribution

Curt Mangan 12-54 80/20 Bronze Medium Light COATED Acoustic Guitar Strings

Curt Mangan

  • £17.99


Nickel-plated steel wound strings were introduced in the late Sixties and have become the most popular alloy for electric guitars and bass. Nickel-plated steel tends to offer the most balanced tone, and are created by wrapping nickel-plated steel alloys around a core wire which is made from tin-plated high-carbon steel. It's a classic recipe that works superbly for all styles of music

Main Features:

• Hex core shape lends to a great playing, punchy sounding string with real low end 'snap' on the bottom strings and singing highs on the top
• Legendary durability ensures consistently great sound and playability between string changes
• 100% handmade string using USA-made metals and wound in Cortez, Colorado USA

About Curt Mangan:

Real Strings! Real Tone! Real Players! That's what Curt Mangan have been doing since 2004. We are a small company dedicated to making great strings with big tone and we believe in proudly building only hand-crafted strings in small batches.

Every batch of Curt Mangan® strings is play-tested to make sure they have that tension balanced feel with a clear, solid tone. Curt Mangan build over 700 boutique, premium quality single strings and upwards of 300 packaged sets for acoustic, electric and classical guitar, acoustic and electric bass guitar, mandolin, banjo, bajo sexto and quinto, plus other instruments.

Testimonials:

Matt Schofield:
"I discovered Curt’s strings by chance a few years ago, and quickly realized they were the best I’d ever tried. Aside from the great tone and feel, I’ve never broken a single one on a show."

Jason "Slim" Gambill:
“Curt Mangan Strings give me fantastic tone and response, set after set...They’ve come through for me time after time. They’ve survived some serious beatings, and still do!"

String Gauges:

12-16-24w-32-44-54 (Medium Light)

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