Wait... what was he doing at the end? On his guitar after the harmonics
I can’t see
Do they get like sticky or idk how to explain it but like the elixir they come coated and they are easier to slide and stuff and take a while to get black and ive bought some different strings and they are ok at first but like in 2 weeks they start to get black and it gets like “sticky” not really sticky but it makes more friction so it hurts ur fingers to play and they feel dry so just wondering cus i want to try them out but i dont want strings that will get black fast and cause alot of friction on my fingers
We sell them at crestwood music shop in kentucky!
I use the EFT16's too.
Great video, thank you! The Nickel Bronze are my favorite strings out of the three. I can hear more layers from each of the strings when you're playing chords. A fairly close second are the EJ16 strings, and my least favorite are the dull sounds coming from the EXP16 coated strings. They might be better suited for playing jazz standards.
for me: ph EJ16 are the best !
I like the EJ16 but the warmth of the Bronze sounds great too depending on what you are playing and the guitar.
Okay,,,,,a tad late to this thread but why do all three sets look the same ? ..(nickel bronze color ,not tje gold color of ej16)...hmmmm
They all sounded exactly the same! I play electric and acoustic and I just bought the exp16 daddario for my acoustic. I haven’t put the on yet but I’m sure they will sound better than the other earthwood strings I have up there only because they are new and the earthwood Ernie ball have been on my acoustic for at least a year
the last song breeze do you have a tab for it? Id like to know if you have a tab for it its beautiful.
Best comparison video. Alternating very cleanly played shorter clips. Perfect. Amazingly played as well. Beautiful stuff.
I slightly prefer the PB, but I imagine after a few hours play they will sound much the same as the exp, and then exp will stay like that a longer time.
I like the NB best - they have a tinny, folky, homely, old school vibe - but the EXP's really surprised me. They're always described as "dead," but I actually preferred their mellower, rounder sound to the EJ16's. I'm using 80/20's, but I'll try some NB's or EXP's next time I reload.
NB is loud and full across the strings yeah!
Wow I like EXP16
For me EXP16, for cowboys - nickel 🙂
The nickel coated don't project like the bronze, but that may not matter to you if you're amped. Another factor is that the feel of nickel strings is softer and smoother to the touch. I've been using the coated strings for years, simply because they last so long.
Thanks for the video! The last song (starting at 2:43) is beautiful! What is it?
Nickel bronze is the best. No offense. But it is more clean and clear sound.
The strings all sounded good to me. You, OTOH, sounded GREAT! Thanks for the comparison. And the beautiful music.
The sound varies from each persons music taste. I like ej16 as it is more on a rock or metal sound. But still sounds great on any song. But if your going to put it on an amp, amp controls the sound more so no problem which ever string you prefer.
Over toutube very little difference . Personally I tried nickle bronze and was impressed by the feel and treble response. These days nothing else will do .
I really should've watched this before buying the EJ16's 😅 I like the warmth of the nickel bronze way better
I really like NB for my spruce / hog 00 guitar because they soften the sound and they boosted the bass. All you hear is the tone of the guitar, wich is woodier and clean. Not metallic. Too they are easier to bend than PB and slide well, so they are well suited to country blues.
Same to my guitar bro,thanks for sharing
Bhai mera guitar ka bridge k pas ki belly elevate hogyi hr kya karu ab
bro juerez 38c guitar hai mere pas so kya iski string change kr skta hu because bht high sound h is guitar ka
Can you tell me how to polish/clean the body of the f310?
Thank you Bro 🤗
Bro i have yamaha F280 so which strings should i use so that my fingers doesn't hurts more - 0.10 or 0.11 guage ?
Bro agar hum new f310 le toh
KyA uski pahele wali string change kre or replace kre ?
Taking humara guitar ka action thk rahe or h bro plz make a vdo on
Action of guitar❤️
Ej11 ko Ez11 bata rah hai , wah bhai wah
Are you mad the ez910 is 0.011 gauge and you are telling it is 0.11 , giving others wrong information, disliked😡🤫
Bhai mere pass Amaze AW41C-201 Acoustic Guitar hai. Apa plz suggest kariye strings konsi purchase karu
Cort ad810 ke liue kausi best hogi???
I have yamaha f280 guitar so we use 0.009 gauge string or not
Bro please tell me..yamaha Fs100c guitar which strings is good ?
tu bignner hai bro.....tujhe nahi pta kuch b.....
Bhai , Daddrio exp 10 ka new version XT kesa he Yamaha F310 ke liya
Thank you bro
Bhai, what did you do when your guitar bridge was raised due to the string tension?
Same thing has happened with my guitar too..
Brother help... EJ920 kaisa h? Medium strigs ke ilawa buzz hota h guitar mein mere!
Ye sb ₹450+ h bhaii
Alice ki Strings under ₹250 h
btao Alice ki kaisi h??
fendr 105 ke liye konsi strings us kru
Does String Gauge on Acoustic Make a Difference? 10's vs. 13's:
Thanks for the video! Great playing too. You played every song I wanted to hear!
Both sets of strings sound great on that guitar.
Thanks so much buddy you helped me and for sure many others to choose the right one.
Nice video bro! Really helpful till this day! I prefer phosphor
What model Martin? Great video man!
80/20 Bronze strings defenitely. More punch, more grit, clearer and less mellow. Thanks for the video!
Well, I just put some 80/20's on my guitar and really didn't care for the sound at all. After listening to this incredibly well done comparison it's clear as can be that I'll never buy 80/20's again. The 80/20's IMO were louder and brighter but lack the wonderful harmonics of the PB's. It's like the difference between glass and crystal. The PB's had beautiful string to string balance and work well as a set while with the 80/20's each string seems to be trying to out do each other. Thanks for making my string buying decisions a mute point! Also, that is some beautiful playing sir.
I just overpaid for some Elixir 80/20 custom lights and they're obnoxiously bright. Now I'm going to go pick up some Dadarrio PB's, I can't seem to find the right sound
Thanks for comparrison.
Don't feel bad as most people mispronounce but...
The apostrophe after the D in D'Addario means that it is pronounced Dee- A- ddario.
Not Da- Dario.
What gauge 80/20?
Good comparison ... appreciate the effort to make it "apples to apples". And it's always great to hear someone half my age playing some Pink Floyd! I use phosphor/bronze on my smaller bodied guitar to "thicken" the sound, but prefer 80/20 on dreads so they're not so boomy.
I've recently switched to Curt Mangan 80/20 round core and love them.
I just bought the new D’addario XT (Phosphor bronze) and they are pretty awful. 80/20 sounds much more natural. There’s sort of muddy drony artifact in the phospors I really think is not good.
Great video. I searched because I'm trying to figure out which strings are better, 80/20 or phosphor bronze. From your video, they both sound the same. Maybe phosphor bronze last longer? I have a set of 80/20 Ernie Ball Earthwood on the guitar now, and they sound great. I'm going to try phosphor bronze next, but I'll wait until the 80/20s fade out.
Am I the only one who likes 80/20s more.
I preferred the 80/20s , but, then again, I use Martin 80/20s on my guitar (which is actually made of a darker tone wood than your D-28) There's something about the tone quality I prefer over Phosphor Bronze. It's all pretty subjective anyway...Thanks for doing the comparison.
I think it really depends mostly on what kind of style and tone you are trying to go for me personally as a finger picker I use phosphor bronze strings all the time because I feel like they sound more balanced and warm sounding whereas the 80/20 string sound more punchier which is kind of nice if you are a flat picker I feel like the highs are also more crisp and clear on the 80/20 but for me I don't want my eyes to be outstanding so I stick with the phosphor bronze strings
Would love to see a tutorial on "Day in the Life." That's a beautiful arrangement. Greater projection and articulation on 80/20 make sense with Martins, which are darker than Taylors. That's a gorgeous HD28. Generally if 80/20s are going to sound "vintage" and beautiful with balanced note separation and resonance, as they do here, also, dreadnought guitars are going to be the instrument they sound good on. This varies enormously, however! The PBs to my ear sounded best on the piece you played with rock chords. Less skilled players (like me) sometimes sound less skilled with the 80/20s, because there's little muddiness to conceal mistakes. PBs are reputed to be more "balanced" across the scale, so I was perhaps hearing more pronounced "mids". Certainly warmer on this guitar, but less projection and articulation. Thanks for superb playing. On one of the comparisons you sped up the PBs considerably, which suggests to me that they sound better banging out rock chords, and you adjusted the style accordingly.
Great video,they sound the same to me, another important comparison would be which ones feel better on fingers?sliding?bending?etc thanx