No more breakages overnite. I've tuned them up to pitch and have been playing on them for a while.
Assuming there are no further breakages, then wow, I really love these!
I'm terrible with descriptions but the two words that keep coming to mind are 'clean and easy'.
While the Rubino's are considered 'normal' tension, they initially feel stiff as if they are high tension, however they are far easier to play than the Savarez HT cantiga/cristals I had on as well as the D'addario TT's normals I had prior to those. By easier I mean some of the techniques I was struggling to improve such as certain barre chords or right hand harmonics are actually no problem now (I'm learning Un Dia de Noviembre so you'll know what I'm talking about). Overall fretting and finger placement is easier with less buzzing and squeaking. They feel like one of the nicest sets of strings I've ever laid my hands on (pun intended). My playing and the sound is far 'cleaner'.
Intonation is great and the G string is not tubby. Very balanced tone and note separation across the strings with bright yet sweet trebles. Bright in a nylon way, not a carbon way.
Maybe I'm saying this prematurely, but (assuming no other breakage) so far I think these will be my favorite strings.
Amalio Burguet 1A Spruce