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Customer reviews Ernie Ball Earthwood Light 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Set, .011 - .052

user74
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user74 Published in October 22, 2018, 11:10 pm
Customer reviews Ernie Ball Earthwood Light 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Set, .011 - .052

Customer reviews Ernie Ball Earthwood Light 80/20 Bronze Acoustic Set, .011 - .052

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robathome
2#
robathome Reply to on 30 May 2018
I thought I was unlucky as I have had these strings on 3 months on a VERY lightly used Yamaha. However I do drop the top and bottom strings by a semitone on occasion, and the top E just broke as I tuned it down to D#. I notice in reviews this has happened to others too. Bear in mind this isn't Adrian Legg, just a one off dropped tuning.
The original set didn't do this and lasted a period of years, so perhaps these aren't quite the marque of quality that EB used to be.

If you've never seen Adrian Legg play, google him......amazing.
Gone to Texas
3#
Gone to Texas Reply to on 7 September 2018
Top E string broke whilst I was putting it on. It had not even reached standard pitch when it just snapped. I will not buy this rubbish again. Reading the other reviews this seems to be a common problem.
Yellow Belly
4#
Yellow Belly Reply to on 30 October 2016
They arrived as promised. These are bright strings, being bronze, but they balance out on my very warm sounding guitar. The chimey sound probably lasts a month before it settles to a neutral sound; if you are really fussy.about that chiminess. The well sealed packaging makes them good for storing a few packs without going off with corrosion. These are my goto strings.
Screen Touch
5#
Screen Touch Reply to on 25 February 2017
Brilliant guitar strings. Very clear when finger picked and can hold their own when it comes to playing with power. You can't go wrong with ernie ball.m
Shakey
6#
Shakey Reply to on 29 May 2018
Have tried a few others but Ernies are just the most comfortable to play and don’t sound stupidly bright when you first put them on unlike some other strings.
Ian
7#
Ian Reply to on 24 April 2018
Good quality light strings which I can now bend with ease on the Yamaha acoustic. And yes; it's like Earthwood man! ya know! Earth and wood and all being in tune with the cosmic vibe! Earth and wood and bronze and light; I mean: wow!
Mr. Richard Clemons
8#
Mr. Richard Clemons Reply to on 28 May 2018
I use these on my Yamaha and Tanglewood - excellent, but the Phosphor Bronze suit my Taylor better . Give them a try
Adam James Winch
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Adam James Winch Reply to on 16 September 2018
I don't need to tell you how these strings work there Ernie Ball, SON
that's all that needs to be said
what is important is that they genuine product no fake or copy here
Enjoy
Amazon Customer
10#
Amazon Customer Reply to on 11 December 2017
not a big fan of ernie ball strings but for acoustics, i think this range is particularly good. nice bright tone but with depth and warmth.
Paul Gibson
11#
Paul Gibson Reply to on 22 September 2018
These are my favourite acoustic strings. I was a D’addario player for a long time but when I tried Earthwoods I was impressed with the warm tone (I don’t like clangy, metallic sounding strings) and the smooth feel (noticeably less scratchy finger noise) - I’ve used nothing else since.
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