Yes I did Suzanne, very rich sounding strings. I will have to make any final judgements in a few days. They still aren't fully stretched yet (I put them on just yesterday) so we shall see. So far so good. Hey, how does the new spruce sound? It should have Ramirez strings on it from the factory. At least we know where to get them now if I like them I will order ten sets from you know where(Fleabay)as they give what turns out to be a couple of bucks a set if you buy 10. They only sell the sets with the carbon G, which turns out to be okay for me as I have no intention of going back to a nylon G. It actually feels really close to nylon as far as finger deflection goes. Not stiff feeling at all like the Savarez Alliance carbon G.Suzanne Geraci wrote:Hi,
Have you tried Ramirez strings on your 4NE, yet?
Hey Suzanne, I've had the strings on for about 4 days now. They sing. And the carbon G really sounds and plays like nylon, but the tubby sound isn't there. The basses to the trebles-everything sounds balanced. I really like the sound of the bass strings as well. Robust and kind of dark. Now hat the strings have stretched in, the trebles seem a little brighter. I will definitely buy these strings again.Suzanne Geraci wrote:I'm glad to hear that you like those strings. The guitar I now have has a cedar top and it smells heavenly. That was one of the things I loved about the125 Años! I just took this new one in today to Charlie at McK-R Music for a setup and to have those new strings put on. I hope it doesn't take too long... (+: Sorry, I still can't post those photos.
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