I play a Yamaha acoustic guitar and periodically I need to change strings as they tend to lose sound quality over time. I don’t mind this so much when I’m at home playing and practicing but when I go out to a guitar jam I like to have new strings on the ole guitar. You know, just in case the guitar police show up as they have in the past.
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Elixir does coat their strings, and a few feel coated strings sound flatter or duller than non-coated strings, but I cannot see it. I have personally used precisely the same set of Elixirs on my acoustic for six months, with public performances at the very least once a week, with hardly any drop in tone quality or feel. The coated string takes just a bit of time to get used to, but as soon as you do you may never buy another model of strings.
This brief review should present a nice presentation of the basic characteristics of string brands. The exact model you buy might vary according to your style needs or whether you play acoustic, electric, or bass, but hopefully now you have got a better thought of where to start looking.
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