12-54 Med-Light 80/20 Bronze

$8.40
80/20 Bronze wound strings are often called old-school, vintage and/or bright bronze and were the most popular (only) alloy used to make acoustic strings until the introduction of phosphor in the early Seventies. 80/20 bronze wire is made from 80 percent copper and 20 percent zinc. 80/20 bronze provides balanced highs and lows with a slight increase in mid-range that seems the make the notes cut-through a little more.
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80/20 Bronze wound strings are often called old-school, vintage and/or bright bronze and were the most popular (only) alloy used to make acoustic strings until the introduction of phosphor in the early Seventies. 80/20 bronze wire is made from 80 percent copper and 20 percent zinc. 80/20 bronze provides balanced highs and lows with a slight increase in mid-range that seems the make the notes cut-through a little more.
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Weight: 0.05 LBS
Width: 4.00
Height: 4.00
Depth: 1.00
GTIN: 00873105000165
MPN: 21254
SKU: 21254

Customer Reviews 5 (4 Reviews) Write a Review

Best strings on the market!
5 Stars

I'm blown away every time I play on these strings. The clarity and warmth is unbelievable! Also they play like butter! Fantastic strings.

FINALLY I FOUND THEM!!!
5 Stars

I've been a stringaholic for years trying to find the perfect string to fit my particular finger picking style. I had been satisfied with Elixirs for quite a while...but Curt's medium light Bronze blows the barn doors off of anything I've ever played before. The perfect feel and tone... Finally I'm in string heaven!! Thank you Curt Mangan

Perfect-sounding strings!
5 Stars

I use Curt Mangan 80/20 Bronze Strings on my acoustic guitar. Right from the beginning, the strings stay in tune, and they have this wonderful sound that has just the right amount of brightness. I don't like Phosphor bronze on this guitar - too bright. The 80/20 bronze strings have just the right balance of fullness and brightness. And they last! I've left Curt Mangan strings on my guitar for months, and although they do lose a bit of the original brightness, they never go completely dead, unlike most other strings on the market. I can still use them for quite some time - although I do change strings fairly often just for that "new-string" feel and tone. Curt Mangan Strings are the best - period!

The Acoustic Standard
5 Stars

I love these things. They're the standard .12s I use and always will if I can. They make a Guild acoustic sound like a Guild - big-time fundamental with plenty of shimmer to add interest, but never so much as to turn it into a Taylor. :-)