#1
The elixirs on my acoustic (Fender sonoran) have finally seen their last chord...I've had them so long, I forget if they were polyweb or nanoweb...I'm looking to get the ones that are very bright sounding...Help?...
AWW SH*T...I DONE DID IT NOW....
#2
Why not jus not spend so much on Elixirs? The coatin comes off too quickly to make it worth the $5-10 (sometimes $15) more they cost. It's jus is a badly designed string with a good intent. But the string doesn't do wat it was sposed to. So, jus get some nice soundin GHS acoustic strings.
#3
no stay with elixers and get a phosphor bronze nano webs .. they are brighter than the original bronze elixers and i love the smoothness when you slide up and down the guitar
#4
elixirs are the most comfortable strings to play. there's no question about that. my problem with them is that they cost a fortune and dont actually last any longer. at the same time, i cant stand their bright piercing soulless tone. it sucks the tonal complexity out of my guitars. that's a
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#5
I think elixer is the **** and they do last longer and keep the "new string sound" longer. I don't care up the ability to slide more easily.
#8
I live by elixir poly webs for acoustic and earnie ball slinkies for electric. I have found that elixir electric guitar string suck.