#1
aer there really strings for a acoustic guitar that are frozen then slowly brought backto room temp, i heard some 1 say this, and they said they were very good, but i dont no if this is true

and

do diadarrio acoustic guitar strings lose their good sound after like a week
#2
^-- not sure about the frozen strings

whether or not d'addario strings lose their "good sound" after like a week depends on which strings they are and how much you play. i use d'addario exp strings and they have the best and keep the best tone longer than any other strings i've ever tried.
Last edited by jimtaka at Jun 21, 2006,
#3
I think the strings you're thinking of are called Blue Steel. I've never tried them so I cant give you much info on how they sound.
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#6
i play blue steels. all i use. they have great tone and very long life. though they can be expensive. but then again, i get mine for free
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Haha sounds like the biggest gimmick since the Martin X series. I just checked out the product description and I have to say that it's quite possibly the cheesiest thing i've ever read.

So much potential, so little discipline, they?ve said. But in a few minutes I?ll walk out onto that stage and I?ll play the piece I?ve composed just for this jury. I?ll go out there, and I will defrost those men in their smart ties, wrapped tightly in their precious opinions. They?d like me to be nervous. But I?m cool. In fact, I?m cold as steel.


I rest my case.
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