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Dunlop guitar strings £2.50 @ Stringsdirect
Dunlop guitar strings £2.50 @ Stringsdirect

Dunlop guitar strings £2.50 @ Stringsdirect

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Jim Dunlop nickel plated guitar strings 9-42 . These are £4.99 for a two pack so £2.50 each set . There is no minimum quantity for this price either . These are top quality strings , i always stuck with Ernie Ball but they have become rather pricey so i tried these and they are great. Free postage over £10.00 .
They also have S.I.T strings (in different gauges) at £3.49 if you buy in 10s . Much cheaper than the shops.

Please note not suitable for use with the ps3 or xbox.

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Good find.

I've been given a Harmony 1969(?) H-75 semi acoustic and wondered whether any of you guitar types could recommend a set of replacement strings for a beginner a these have been on for quite a while? Thanks.

Good price, but I've always done well with ]http//ww…com

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Page not found?? and even on the search i can find it :s

Thx, I need a new g-string...

Great for Pheasant pluckers!

These strings always leave me with skidmarks on my fingers..... wait.

They've deleted the listing for the item, which probably means they've sold out.

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Good find.I've been given a Harmony 1969(?) H-75 semi acoustic and … Good find.I've been given a Harmony 1969(?) H-75 semi acoustic and wondered whether any of you guitar types could recommend a set of replacement strings for a beginner a these have been on for quite a while? Thanks.




jazid, I'd recommend D'addario XL's. Either gauge 10-46 or 11-49.

stringsdirect.co.uk/pro…30_

You'd probably be better off starting with 10-46 (EXL110) to start with and see how you find them.

The most common gauges for electric guitar are 9's and 10's, with blues and jazz players preferring heavier (thicker) strings (11's, 12's & 13's). Players who detune their guitars also use heavier gauges to compensate for the extra slack on the strings caused by detuning.

As you have a semi-acoustic, you may prefer the slightly bassier and more mellow tone of slightly heavier strings, but 10's are the best place to start for a beginner. Over time, I'm sure you will try different gauges and be able to tell the difference in tone as well as how they feel on your fingers.

Enjoy your guitar !

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No more in stock , hoped this helped some of you , glad i stocked up before i posted this .
If any other guitarists finds something relevent please post as there seems to be very few guitar related deals on here.
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