Ernie Ball 2148 Super Slinky Phos Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings (11-50)

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MSRP: $10.50 $5.39 Save : $5.11 (49%)
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Ernie Ball strings are carefully crafted using the highest quality materials to ensure superior tone and reliability. The specially tempered high carbon steel core wire's hexagonal shape ensures the wrap wire is securely held in place through the length of the string. Precision crafted Swiss brass ball ends are attached with a triple lock twist. Made from 92% copper, 7.7% tin, 0.3% phosphorus wire wrapped around tin plated hex shaped steel core wire. Has a light orange, gold color and provides mellow, ringing sound, with excellent clarity.

Gauges: .011; .015; .022w; .028; .040; .050

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  • Guitar String Set
Material Steel
Model 2148

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Ernie Ball2148 Super Slinky Phos Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings (11-50)
 
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5.0

Great Strings

By ckfoxtrot

from Tempe, AZ

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Pros

  • Consistent
  • Good Price
  • Good Tone
  • Long Life
  • Made in the USA
  • Strong

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Backup
    • Concerts
    • Practicing

    Comments about Ernie Ball 2148 Super Slinky Phos Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings (11-50):

    I put these on a family members older Yamaha concert size Acoustic a while back since I had them around. I was pretty pleased with how they sounded on that guitar and the life they gave it.

    I typically use the Regular Slinky Ernie Ball acoustic strings but if you are looking for a bit lighter gauge definitely give these a try.

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