Questions and answers

Are phosphor bronze strings better than bronze?

Are phosphor bronze strings better than bronze?

Basically phosphor bronze is 92% copper—so a little bit more copper than 80/20 bronze—has about 8% tin and contains trace amounts of phosphorous, which is what makes it a little bit more corrosion resistant compared to 80/20 bronze. Phosphor bronze is really known for having a balanced, rather warm response.

What gauge strings does Eric Clapton use on his Strat?

For his electric guitars, Eric uses Ernie Ball . 10 to . 46 gauge strings. The action is set low.

Does elixir still make Polyweb strings?

Elixir produces both Polyweb and Elixir Nanoweb strings; both of these strings have the ability to truly enhance the overall performance of your guitar.

Did elixir stop making Polyweb?

Not sure where the rumors are coming from, but just to set everyone straight: POLYWEB® Coating is NOT being discontinued. We have thousands upon thousands of players that are loyal to our original coating — we intend to keep it that way!

What are the Elixir Strings for phosphor bronze?

Elixir® Strings Acoustic Phosphor Bronze with NANOWEB ® Coating deliver distinctive phosphor bronze warmth and sparkle together with extended tone life. Inventory levels during the COVID-19 pandemic may be impacted. You will not be able to ‘Add To Cart’ if an item is temporarily unavailable.

When do phosphor bronze nanoweb strings come out?

Guys, if you’re buying the phosphor bronze nanoweb strings as of March 30, 2018. Please refrain from buying this for a while, you’re better off buying just the regular bronze nanoweb strings (NOT PHOSPHOR BRONZE).

How much does elixir phosphor cost on Amazon?

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What’s the difference between nanoweb and Polyweb strings?

Compared to our original POLYWEB Coating, the ultra-thin NANOWEB Coating allows a more traditionally textured, “uncoated” feel. For a slicker, gentler feel, try a set of strings with our original POLYWEB Coating.