I've just now looked online for that brand, but alas, it doesn't appear to be easily had. Where did you find Carbon Line?Gorn wrote: ↑Fri Aug 25, 2017 8:15 amI've put Carbon Line trebles (Red = high tension) to my Manuel Rodríguez FF Cutaway, which compensates its lack in high frequencies very well.
Carbon Line trebles are very loud and assertive flourocarbon strings. Nevertheless, they do not sound synthetically in the mentioned combination. Didn't test it on a perfectly balanced guitar - like my Hanika - because I don't want to cut my eardrums.
I currently have Savarez 510 AR Alliance/Cantiga Normals on a Cervantes Crossover 1 S/R, paired with a corian saddle, and the result, compared to its previous pairing with D'Addario EJ45C and bone saddle, is one of those delightful surprises. The Cervantes had been very pleasant, yet boring, no 'edge' to speak. But the Savarez and corian combination took it to a place that its designer may not have intended - pointed and rich. I entertain the thought that it is in danger of falling apart from the duress.
Actually they're amazing strings with a 'mysterious tone' that is unusually lovely and different. Only once though! Too expensive for regular use!!