I tried titanium trebles a good number of years back and didn't like them. However, strings change, and so do players' perceptions. I'm wondering what are some opinions on titanium trebles in general, and Galli Genius titanium trebles in particular.
Below is the blurb from SBM website. I don't think this was written by SBM staff - it reads like it came from Galli. Reading it, either these are the greatest strings in the history of Western Civilization or the writer has a graduate degree in Hype.
Galli Genius Titanium Classical Guitar Strings
"These Genius Titanium Galli Classical Guitar Strings are composed of a revolutionary new titanium-nylon polymer. The precisely calibrated treble strings are Galli's latest contribution to musical excellence.
The professional guitarists now choosing to perform and record on Galli Titanio Classical Guitar Strings report that they are brilliant, complex, powerful and quick. In addition to an extended dynamic range, they also report that Titanio trebles possess an enhanced sweetness and purity of sound, excellent sustain, great evenness and smoothness from note to note, an unusually wide color palette, and an easy natural response to vibrato - even in the lower playing positions."
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