Thanks...come to think of it it's not a whole lot of money so I might just buy a full set of both and mix'n'match if necessary, trying the Savarez first since i think I'd prefer their lower tension in the trebles.
Thanks for the info...I'll get a set. Yep, the ej43 trebles have got to go.Jeffrey Armbruster wrote: ↑Thu Jun 08, 2017 10:34 pmI find the Augustine classic black trebles to sound much better than the ej43's, which simply didn't work on my guitar. And I like ej 45's. They also play 'softer' to me than the ej45's. The basses are definitely softer than ej45's. Very nice on the hand, good sounding..but they seem to wear out fast.
I'll do that, especially since they're not as expensive as I thought they'd be. Thanks to you and Mr Armbruster for the information.
mrvegas wrote: ↑Fri Jun 09, 2017 2:46 amElitista2 -- I found the article you were referring to you. You were quite right. According to that article Rose Augustine told the President of Augustine strings that Segovia first played the black label (classic black) sets and then later Imperial\Red. I guess the mystery is solved. So the fact that I was playing the Regal Blues must explain why I didn't sound like Segovia. (Well, that and the lack of talent and a Ramirez 1A.) Anyway, another guitar I have is a long scale Alvarez Yairi, so maybe I'll try the Classic\Black set on that one next string change.