Hannabach makes an affordable set of strings!?

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MessyTendon
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Hannabach makes an affordable set of strings!?

Post by MessyTendon » Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:13 pm

New strings...6.99 a pack...no details of string sizes...so most likely lipstick on a pig. In high and medium tension, made of the same exact materials as the more expensive strings.

Whats the difference?

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Re: Hannabach makes an affordable set of strings!?

Post by celestemcc » Thu Apr 20, 2017 6:03 pm

You mean the 500 series? At that price it's worth just trying a set.
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Re: Hannabach makes an affordable set of strings!?

Post by neil » Sun May 28, 2017 3:51 pm

Hannabach are little expensive but sound really bright and clear for treble strings.

around 14€ for 3 strings

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Re: Hannabach makes an affordable set of strings!?

Post by Guido » Mon Jun 05, 2017 6:43 pm

Hm, sounds interesting, thanks for letting us know :)

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Re: Hannabach makes an affordable set of strings!?

Post by JayGuitar » Sun Jun 11, 2017 2:06 am

Hannabach 728 and 815 strings also seem to last a bit longer than say D'addario EJ45's. I am curious about this more affordable option.

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Re: Hannabach makes an affordable set of strings!?

Post by Ramon Amira » Sun Jun 11, 2017 3:44 pm

Hannabach has videos on its website of players playing with the 500. Some of them sound okay, and some don't sound especially good, and one duet (Levante Guitar Duo) sounds laughably horrible, but that could be just the guitar(s) and/or the guitarist(s). In any case, a video is not generally a good way to hear strings. I think I'll try one set and see for myself. What the hell - you never know.

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Re: Hannabach makes an affordable set of strings!?

Post by Justfun » Mon Jun 26, 2017 2:17 pm

Ramon Amira wrote:
Sun Jun 11, 2017 3:44 pm
Hannabach has videos on its website of players playing with the 500. Some of them sound okay, and some don't sound especially good, and one duet (Levante Guitar Duo) sounds laughably horrible, but that could be just the guitar(s) and/or the guitarist(s). In any case, a video is not generally a good way to hear strings. I think I'll try one set and see for myself. What the hell - you never know.

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Hi Ramon,

I usually use the Medium Tension Augustine-classic red but on my latest recording, I used the Hannabach strings. I though they were good enough to record and sounded good on the guitar. Since the recording, I have changed the g string to carbon and I like it much better.

here is the recording.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7_OqUCwj38

Also I like the price and I'm going to alternate using this brand with the Augustine classic.

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