Pyramid Sterling a different opinion

Choice of classical guitar strings and technical issues connected with their use.
souldier
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Re: Pyramid Sterling a different opinion

Postby souldier » Fri Jul 22, 2016 8:21 pm

One thing I like is if I need to change bass strings less frequently, that means I don't have to deal with the initial stretching and settling of the strings. I've found that many bass strings sound pretty bad in the first few days and don't sound their best until after 5 days or so, but then they quickly go down hill from sounding their best and just sound average-good until they die completely. I've found that with the Sterling Silvers, they maintain good tone from day one and hold them consistently for at least the 4-5 weeks that I had them on.
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rotary joint
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Re: Pyramid Sterling a different opinion

Postby rotary joint » Sat Mar 11, 2017 2:21 am

The Pyramid Sterling are the best bass strings I've tried to date. Even balance string to string, even D to G is superlative.

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petermc61
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Re: Pyramid Sterling a different opinion

Postby petermc61 » Sat Mar 11, 2017 4:20 am

rotary joint wrote:The Pyramid Sterling are the best bass strings I've tried to date. Even balance string to string, even D to G is superlative.


It's even better when you use a Knobloch M or MH tension carbon third! Lol

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