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Martin MSP4100 Phosphor Bronze Light Acoustic Guitar Strings (12-54)

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Martin SP® Studio/Performance Series strings are ideal live, in the studio, or wherever maximum string life is desired. The creation of these high performance strings is a result of research done in cooperation with specialty steel producers. Due to the development of an industry leading ultra-high quality steel core, Martin SP strings resist breakage better than average strings.

In addition, both the core wires and the plain strings are plated with a smooth, acoustic bronze finish. Though this golden bronze finish does enhance the beauty of your guitar, it's purpose is much more functional - to prolong brightness, string life, and superior tonal quality to meet the high expectations of demanding musicians.  

Gauges: .012; .016; .025; .032; .042; .054

Things You Will Get:

  • Guitar String Set
Material Steel
Other Features Bronze
Model MSP4100

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2.0

Not loving their sound

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from Tempe, AZ

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Pros

  • Decent Price
  • Typical String Lifespan

Cons

  • Made in Mexico
  • Poor Tone Quality

Best Uses

  • To test how they sound

Comments about Martin MSP4100 Phosphor Bronze Light Acoustic Guitar Strings (12-54):

I put these on my Yamaha 730 after doing a bone nut and saddle as well. Before hand, I had Yamaha coated strings of the same gauge on the guitar.

Since I changed three aspects of the guitar at the same time, there is some uncertainty in attributing the change in sound to specific components. My primary complaint was that I lost way too much from the bass side and wound up with a tinny sound of sorts.

After playing the strings for 3 or 4 weeks I put a pack of Ernie Ball Phosphor Bronze 12s on my guitar. The difference was astonishing, I regained my prior tonal qualities with the added sustain from the nut and saddle.

I have two more packs of these SPs and may try them out again for another comparison but I love the sound of the Ball strings so much.

 
5.0

Great

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from CA

About Me Novice

Pros

  • Bright
  • Rich Sound

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      Comments about Martin MSP4100 Phosphor Bronze Light Acoustic Guitar Strings (12-54):

      This guitar string makes my cheap [*] guitar sounds like angel!

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      5.0

      great strings

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      Comments about Martin MSP4100 Phosphor Bronze Light Acoustic Guitar Strings (12-54):

      "these are by far the best strings i have ever tried. i've been playing guitar for over 10 years, changing strings on my guitars at least once a month and trying different sets. there's nothing like having a new-sounding set of strings on your guitar, but when you play for hours a day, every other set of strings loses tone, loudness, and gets that dead sound very quickly. These strings sounded and played terrific when i put them on, and now two weeks later they still sound like new. GREAT STRINGS! "

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