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Sir Mujhe konsi size ki string lagani chahiye ? mere paas kadence frontier Series hai. Ap jo strings ka review derahe ho usmese konsi size ?
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Which one I should use for Yamaha f310
I have Takamine G series
12 gauge is good for my guitar ?
answer for all is 11-52
Which is the best strings for techno DM39 guitar ?
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I have juarez guitar
Which string set shoul i buy?
Sir mera fender CC60 SCE guitar hain . usko keya 11 gaje laga sakte hain ?
It not just about affordable or premium models ot about there brightness and mellowness you can see on bavk side of the packet
Please mention the ideal guage of strings when reviewing individual guitar models
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how often should i lose the strings on my guitar ? i just broke mine on my new Fs 80c after a month. i'm just starting to learn guitar
sir, please suggest strings for YAMHA-F280 ??
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My personal choice would be D'Addario Custom light gauge (0.11). It's ideal from the standpoint of comfort, playability, dexterity and acoustics.
Well damn, those 13s sound dry and muffled af.
No sustain or clarity.
10s sound waaaaaay better
With your style or song choice the playabilty of the 10 outways the 12's.The sustain of the 12's is not required,go with the ease of playing and less tension on the neck.
Thanks I needed new strings wanted to move down a gauge wanted to hear the sound of the 10 first
13 is easier and better to play on a dread. However, you'll need to setup lower. But, if you don't play regularly enough, your fingers' going to hurt. 12 is reasonable for irregular play.
I think the 13s is more punchy. But the 10, i like the 10s. Thanks for this video, dude. 10s will also help your acoustic's bridge to have less tension than the 13s so it's safer than 13s, i guess.
10s sound brighter such as u can hear more of the g b and high e, the 13s are more even and more bass. I use 11s 80 20 bronze polyweb. The coated strings get rid of that scratching from the pick and they get rid of that bright ring sound if you know what I mean. If u listed for it you'll hear it. Its overly ringy, I hate that.
The 10s (they also make 9s in 85/15 Bronze etc) make your Acoustic feel like an Electric & the sound is more percussive too. 10s might work in a Bluegrass setting cause you know how much faster you can really play.
10s sound the best to me, better clarity
Bruh, you will not damage a halfway decent guitar by going from 13s to 10s lol. They are literally made to be able to handle it. Have you ever adjusted a truss rod? Its pretty easy.
I’m basically a new guitar player. I want to practice more but the strings kinda start to make my hands hurt after awhile.
I have heavier strings and I’ve been thinking about trying lighter strings. I have been afraid it would make my guitar sound tingly or shallow sounding.
Thank you for taking the time to make this video! I listened with headphones on. I hear a slight difference but not enough to make me not want to try lighter strings!
Thank you so very much for making this video! It really helped!
You went to a ton of work to put this together! Kudos! I didn't notice much difference other than the lower tones stood out more on the 13's. But then, I didn't have the volume on the video cranked, either. I'm playing some open tunings and getting buzzing with the 12's I have, so will try 13's. Based on your video, I think it will sound fine. Thanks! (Epiphone EJ-160E John Lennon edition)
To me the 13s -- warmer, thicker. The10s -- brighter , thinner. Both useful
Hey, after a year would you rather the .10 or the .13??
Only when you really observe it than, yes gauge 13 is crispier and better than 10 gauge. Gauge 10 rings a little bit longer and it ruins the clarity of the tones.
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10s all day.
I don't understand people who think there's no sound difference in string thickness. I'm a newer guitarist and even I can hear the drastic differences in sound.
If you want more volume and sustain, use heavier strings.
If you want better tone with a little less volume and sustain, use lighter strings.
I say this after using 13s on my dreadnoughts for over 15 years. I've owned Santa Cruz's, Larrivee's, Martins, Eastman, Taylors, and a few others. I currently own a Reimagined HD28 (love it) and I broke it in using mediums - and it needed it. It being a new guitar when I bought it, it lacked tone, volume, and sustain. After two years of playing it, it's opened so much, it sounds well over 5 years old. When strung with 13s, it - is - loud - and it has sustain for days. Too much of anything isn't good as this was distorting and overdriving the tone. I cringed at the idea of going down a gauge but I eventually told myself, why not try it and see what happens? Using 12s, its a better sounding guitar now than it was before. It still has plenty of sustain and the volume dropped just a hair, but the tone has improved tremendously.
Now for dreadnoughts, I will never use anything less than 12s because a top that big, you need tension to vibrate it. And you're not gonna get that dreadnought sound using anything less. All builders usually recommend 13s but state 12s are acceptable. And imo - they 100% are.
You have to find that balance between tone vs sustain and volume.
If you go heavier, you get more volume and sustain.
If you go lighter, you'll get better tone at a cost of sustain and volume. If you go too light, its pointless because your guitar will sound too thin - and Im talking about dreadnoughts specifically.
Ok, I'm going to buy some 10's now. I don't need my acoustic to be loud, but I want it to sound a little brighter.
This is videos are excellent and they take a lot of time; so much appreciated. There are other factors to consider when comparing gauges of strings. I feel the lighter strings will get knocked out of tune more readily than the heavier gauge strings. You already mentioned the difference in volume, but drilling down just in that factor alone means that it requires more pressure to play a higher gauge string and that’s harder on your fingers, yeah at the same time because the string is latter you don’t have to hit it hard with your right hand! Since all tone really comes from human fingers, the use of various fingerpicks and plectrums is also going to have an effect. I’m a big fan of heavy gauge strings, but after 50 years plus of plain mediums and heavies the arthritis in my hand is so bad that I basically can’t play professionally anymore. I bring this up because youngsters think they’re invincible, at least I thought I was invincible. So try to factor in your long-term play ability as well. Musicians are both artists and craftspersons because we need to use our body as our tool just like any carpenter or wheel right with use. In the meantime, keep rocking
Why did Taylor stop making 'premium' 12 strings with larger bodies? I assume it had to with sales, but it's disappointing. They're all so small now.
So if one string breaks, you have to release both so as to replace the broken string? Mmmmm - not convinced.
As for tuning 12s - I've never understood the issue, especially with more recent 12s, and I've owned and plays 12s since the very early 60s. It depends if you try to tune each pair at the same time. In comments for other 12 string vids I've explained the system I use. Unless you have a 12 which is inherently poorly intonated, tuning is NOT a serious issue.
I own a 562ce and a Paul Brett 880PB. Tuning for both is almost insanely stable.
is Torrefaction worth the price? Also is Maple a better tone wood for a 12 string then Mahogany?
This must sound massive on a drop D tuning
Around 9:55 looks like you really enjoy what you are playing! Beautiful sounding guitar
I meant to add that I will probably be purchasing the 352 CE If I can get a hold of one to play it. Love the way it sounds in demos online. Much prefer the Sitka spruce/sapele sound - Not planning on doing any recording with It that would matter.
Sorry, but I have never played maple guitar that wasn’t much too bright to my ear. – Except for a Taylor that a friend owns that is 15 years old. I have played newer maple Taylors - not for me.
I always have been a great fan of Taylor acoustic guitars, however never had one.
Now, I am just starting to learn first and after that, I am going to buy a Taylor Jumbo 12 string.
I have been looking online, trying to understand Jumbo models, and specs of each model. For example I don't know the difference between 855, 655, 455 or 355 etc.
Basically, my personal taste would be a Taylor 12 jumbo full body (non cutaway) all solid, but not new...probably something from 2006 back.
I would like to know which models were available, which types of wood were used back there, inlays available, specs wise and etc.
Can you suggest any link, or provide reading material to learn all the differences between the models?
Or even if you can tell me the whole story.
How much bigger then the baby Taylor is this , can anyone tell me ?
I hate those tuners, lol, but everything else is just perfect. Any chance you can do a review on the 362ce 12 string to compare?
LOW e sounds out of tune
A question to any of you.... I am looking at a closeup pic of the head stock. When looking at the low E and A strings, it appears there is not enough clearance. for he fat E to get around the skinny E string. Anyone care to comment on this? Thanks!!
This guitar is insane. Best 12 string on earth. This is a guitar that makes me think about selling a family heirloom guitar to get this one in its place as the new and improved family heirloom guitar. Good job Taylor for making me even think those thoughts
The guitar looks and sounds great. Great review as always. They didn't get a great book match with the flame maple on the back. I wish the flame was obvious all the way across.
I bought one of these about a month ago.
I can't stop telling my friends about this. I've never experienced such a beautiful sound from a guitar before, and I own a 150e, and a 614ce, both from Taylor.
It's actually easier for me to play than my 614ce six string.
It's hard to put into words how it sounds. The intonation is perfect, right up the fretboard.
Pricey, yes. Maybe not for someone who has a mortgage, a car payment, and a family to support, unless you have the cash on hand.
That’s my favorite 12 string but it’s out of my budget . I purchased a Taylor 254ce , it’s in my budget and it’s not that far off from from the 652 but if I could afford I’d i would buy the 652 in a heart beat .
Hi Chris...I ordered 652 from my local dealer here in Pittsburgh, PA just as the COVID-19 mess hit in March. Finally received it in the beginning of June. It was worth the wait. Having another 12 string from the big M in PA, this one blows it away and your review was spot on. Thanks!!
I learned on a 12 string, this guitar is beautiful, I would love to play it sometime. Maybe in the future I'll be lucky enough to own one. That's the dream.
Beautiful playing and beautiful guitar
How does it stand up to alternate tunings?