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D'Addario EXP12 Acoustic Guitar String Features

  • D'Addario's heaviest 80/20 bronze set, ideal for heavy strumming and flatpicking
  • Extra-bright tone mixed with deep and projecting bottom end, EXP Coated for 4 times more life
  • String Gauges; Plain steel .012, .017, Nickel Wound .026, .035, .045, .056
  • Corrosion resistant packaging for fresh strings, always!
  • Made in the U.S.A. for the highest quality and performance
  • Key specs are not available.
D'Addario EXP12 Acoustic Guitar String Colours:
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D'Addario EXP12 Acoustic Guitar String Reviews from YouTube

Choosing Right Strings for your acoustic guitar | Best Strings For Acoustic Guitar
D'Addario XT Phosphor Bronze Acoustic Guitar Strings Demo
Acoustic String Comparison: 80/20 vs. Phosphor Bronze
D'Addario Acoustic EXP String Review
Hi Tim, I’m also looking for a new string with a warm sound like exp16! Have you tried elixir nanoweb and if so would you say that the xt are warmer? I’ve put on the elixir nanoweb and they sound a bit too bright
Do these sound more authentic than other coated strings?
Thanks for the video dude. I’ll try them on my old Taylor.
Gonna buy those. Thx for review
you sound great and that guitar sounds amazing!!! u recomend xt over ejs? and do they have a month longevity??
My '39 D-28 finally sounds like a hoss again. I just discovered these strings about a week ago and NOTHING else compares to the tone!!!!!!!
What is the song at the begging of the video. With the dead strings
Hi Tim! I'm looking for long life and good tone strings.What would you recommend?Elixir is so expensive in my country btw.
They still sell exp on amazon I think
Thank you for review!
How long did the strings last sounding like new?
XT sound amazing
I’ve used D’Addario on my classical but Elixirs on my steel string for the last 7 years . I love elixirs but I will give theses new XTs a try. You have to respect D’Addario as they invented phosphoric bronze so I’ll give them a try
Thanks for taking the time to do this side-by-side comparison! I have a Taylor 414 with a set of EXP's I put on THREE YEARS AGO and NOW they're finally starting to sound a bit dead....I only play a few hours a week so. Have you ever tried the Martin Lifespan 2.0's? I will likely just end up getting a set of XT's since my EXP's went above and beyond the call of duty for the $13 I paid for them in 2017. I would like to know your thoughts just the same. Thanks!
Superb video! I loved stiff, controlled short feelingof EXP . Now I got some regular daddarios bronze something but not happy with them. Gonna check XT. Great playing though... thanks
How the tension of these strings?
Hi Tim...thanks for the wonderful review. Sounds amazing. I’ve also just tried these strings (12-53) on my D35 and am lovin it. It tamed the bass a little bit. Definitely prefer this better than elixir. What gauge are u using? Cheers!
Thank you for this! Gave me the chance to hear them before making a final decision
Tim- I'm loving you videos. Just getting into Jason Isbell, and your teaching videos are giving me inspiration. Nothing to do with that inspiration, but I just bought a Collings 0M1T, two weeks ago. I believe that it came with the same d'Addario strings that you demo'd. Glad to see your demo as I wasn't sure if the incredible sound that I'm hearing from my guitar is totally the Collings or contributed by the strings. I'll likely try different sets and different manufacturers, but as of the moment, I can't imagine anything sounding better. There is a little more squeak as you slide up and down the neck on the new ones..., but I am attributing that to their newness. Thanks for everything!
What guitar is this? I like the top finish.
Does String Gauge on Acoustic Make a Difference? 10's vs. 13's: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2YpNv6Ma-KE
Unrelated but do you have an arrangement of that version of comfortably numb?
80/20 - for bass sounding guitar. Phosphor is for tiny guitars as for me.
the 80/20 sound to tinny in my o
How often do I switch out my strings if they are 80/20 bronze?
Sometimes 80/20 is better and sometimes p.b... Hard choice for me
PB all day long.over 80/20.
I’m a phosphor guy but dude that guitar sounds amazing with 80/20 like absolutely amazing!
Looking at the comments, it just goes to show that both of these sets of strings sounded fantastic and I I think the only thing that divides them Is personal preference in the end.
They both sound very good, naturally the 80/20 is way brighter and the phosphor warmer and fuller. I have an 80/20 set now and i think the next i will put on will be a phosphor. And of course is all in the taste of each person, if you play purely acoustic, no amplification, and you need to cut through, use 80/20. If you don't need that much cut and you need a warmer sound, get the phosphor. Also the instrument's voice is key in deciding which strings you will use. For dark instruments the 80/20's can do miracles, and for brighter guitars, you can pretty much balance it out with the phosphor strings. Great vid man, thank you.
It's been my experience after over 30+ years of suffering from what I call Obsessive-Compulsive Hyper-Critical Guitar String-Blaming Disorder (OCHCGSBD) that it indeed comes down to Phosphor/Bronze and 80/20. In general, Phosphor/Bronze strings can be considered the "Great Equalizers". On a "modest" guitar (less than $1,000) the Phosphor/Bronze can work wonders at helping the instrument sound pleasing. They have a generic sound that can cover over a cheaper guitar's imperfections. Also, it is very true that they last longer than 80/20s. It's when you get up into the high-end of the acoustic guitar world that the 80/20's begin to make more sense. The 80/20s, short-lived though they are, are the strings that make a Martin, a Gibson, an old Westerly Guild F50r, sound completely unlike each other; and completely like themselves. In short, if you want to hear what your guitar really sounds like, use 80/20s.
Sounds like you have an easier time with the phosphor
Excellent version of yesterday!
Hi, is the phophot bronz extra light is good par for yamaha fg800?
They both sound good you have a great guitar. Martin Good guitars.
9:21 9:43
And durability??? 😁
3:54🤔 4:00 4:30 4:36 5:13 5:52🤔
I liked the 80/20s. I'd have to cut out more low end with the Phosphors to not fight my bass sounds. I would use the Phosphors if the music wasn't guitar-focused and I just wanted to blend it into the mix though.
My ears really don't like bright sounds whether it be on guitar or speakers, was wondering if it was the strings on my new guitar doing it and this pretty much confirms I need some Phosphor strings. Cheers for the video, very useful
My next set of strings!
D'Addario the worst strings ever!
Well.... this seems to be the answer for all mahogany guitars that start with a really bassy sound. I played the mahogany Ibanez AW54CEOPN recently and it had a great blend of bass and brass. Supposedly it had the D'Addario EXP's on from the factory. No one knew whether they were the lights but they probably were. Sounded as good or better than guitars 3 times the price tag. I like the open pore look as well.
80/20 Bronze will give you a warmer tone than Phosphor Bronze.
what is gauge of the strings in this video ?
Great review on D addario EXP strings I’ve had elixir nanowebs strings on my guitar and in one week the coating just came off. D addario EXP last longer they last me 4 months which excellent.😃
I hate that plunky jangly noise that they put off.
These are my all time favorite strings I’ve tried them all too
In my experience, the EXP strings wear out (go dead) as quickly as any other strings. The only advantage they have is that for a guitar that is too bright, the EXP strings will dull it up a little bit. (The opposite of what this video says - at least on Martins and Guilds.) The plain strings that come in the EXP sets (16 or 17) are wimpy somehow, and I replace both the high E and the B strings with others (Ernie Ball - just because they are so available). I think Martin SP phosphor bronze strings are much better than coated strings for most acoustic applications.
12-54 would be a medium gauge. Light should be 10-47 I been into string instruments for over 50 Yrs. I'll stick with tried and true Martin strings
On my new US made Guild D20, these very same strings (EXP16) sound warmer than Martin SP strings - quite noticeably warmer, even than thicker Martin SP strings. I know this totally surprised me too! Taylor guitars always sound a bit too bright for my taste. But does that explain the difference in the way the strings sound on a Taylor vs a Guild? Beats me! I wonder how they will sound on my Martin. I intend to find out soon.
Elixirs are D'addarios....with a coating. Dah!!! Taylors have a brighter tone because they put elixirs on all their guitars!
Blue Clip Pick are the best picks
I like the Daddario exp 13's. I string most of my acoustics with that. I like the Martin lifespans also. Seems like that Taylor has rosewood back and sides to my ears. Rosewood is no where near as warm as mahogany back and sides. I do like the sound of rosewood though especially the Martin d35 . Rosewood has a quicker sharper tone and response to my ears. Perhaps your right that these strings are to bright for that particular guitar.
If you were to put mediums on that Taylor it would sound a lot better.  I only use Daddario on my Martin and they sound awesome.  Taylor guitars are to bright sounding for me.   I found after playing my new strings for about 3 hours then they break in enough and play like they should and are made to sound.  I play at least an hour a day I find I get to the point I change my strings about once a month or less as they start getting deadpan around then,  Thanks for the video.
just wanted to ask if those strings are soft
Those strings don't last long
What is name of song that you play 3:05? :)
Buyer beware of D'Addario 9-Gauge Strings. Months ago I bought a 10-pack of D'Addario 9's for my guitar students at school. 3 Packs of those strings contained a defective string. The smallest wound string had half the wind missing and were unusable. I mailed the defective strings with their packages back to D'Addario complaining and asking for replacements. They never replied. I just opened a new 10-pack of the same strings I bought from a new vendor months later, and the first two packs I have opened have had the same problem with the same string. I have now lost twenty dollars on defective string sets from D'Addario (would have been over 35 dollars had I paid retail). I will personally never buy D'Addario 9's again. Shame really. They were my favorite.
FFS......It's pronounced "DUH-DAR-EEO"....

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