The number simply designates that line of strings. 500 is Corum, 510 is Cantiga, 520 is Traditonal, etc.kienle51 wrote:Thanks Rajaros, Jim and Patspector for the information!
Really notice stiffness on treble strings, comparing to my old guitar which is using NT D'addario.
I love how it feels as my hand run over HT strings!
By the way what is the difference between Savarez 500CJ and 540 blue set?
Increasing in number means what?
Thanks Moje, I guess I will give it a try!Moje wrote:Less-expensive guitars are generally overbuilt and can benefit from high-tension strings which drive the top harder. I strongly recommend D'addario normal-tension carbons (don't let the name fool you, they're actually higher tension than the high-tension nylons.) Loud and clear with good intonation, very nice. [Disclaimer: I actually don't use these myself and don't recommend them for older guitars or guitars with very thin tops. Probably be fine, but maybe not . . . ]
Hey sorry for the late reply!kienle51 wrote:Hey Tim thank you for the information. Stringbymail.com is really really informative!
May I ask in which category of La Bella you are using? I notice the "Classical 2001" and "Argento Silver" are most popular :v ?
Have you ever tried these before?
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