Length: 43 Inches 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 increased in mid-range that seems to make the notes cut-through a little more.
So, as a Dobro player--and a heavy hand at that, I burn through G-Strings in 5 hours of playing. Rather than change the whole set, I can double my string life by replacing the G. It's also handy to have them because my guitar player blows out G's more than any other string.
I would have given 5 stars but these darn single strings are expensive. Curt--can you bundle them in packages of 6 and give volume discounts?