Hello Ramon,Ramon Amira wrote:The Navarro student negra comes with D'addario strings. I recommend Savarez Corum bass set - low tension, paired with La Bella Rectified Nylon treble set - low tension. Or whatever tension you prefer. But high tension strings generally sound DOA. Strings by Mail sells them as separate sets.
Hello, new member from NC here. Funny, I just ordered a Navarro Student Classical today from GSI. 30% off which includes a case. When I have a chance to try it out I'll be sure to note any buzzing here. I do agree it could sell for more than it's asking price based on what I have read. Happy holidays everyone.Ramon Amira wrote:The Navarro Student models are not typical student models, which are generally farmed-out factory guitars. The Navarro Student model is actually a signed label luthier guitar, constructed by Francisco's son Marlon Navarro, a fine luthier in his own right, and should be selling for three times its price.
Both Navarros tend to use different strings at different times, but lately they have been stringing them with D'Addario EJ45, which are medium tension. In the past I was not wild about D'Addario strings, but I have been using the EJ45s for a while now, and I am impressed, especially with the trebles. The basses are very good too, though I do like the Augustine low tension, and Savarez Corum low tension.
I have never heard one single Navarro guitar buzz - father or son, so I'm not sure why you are getting a buzz. Have you kept it humidified? If not, and sometimes even if so, as the fingerboard dries out it shrinks and sometimes pushes the frets up a bit, so you might have a luthier check your frets.
Finally, I've frequently given my opinion on high tension strings - they are lifeless.
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