Cuerdas de guitarra western Fender
Fender 70L (.012-.052) strings are made of copper (80%) and zinc (20%), which adds sparkle to a dull-sounding guitar. These light strings are relatively thin for comfortable (amateur) playing and clarity.
These strings are made extra thin so that they are excellently suited for guitarists who are used to playing lighter strings. These strings are known for their lightness in combination with a fantastic, clear sound.
The warm, durable Fender 60CL phosphor bronze strings are particularly suited for singer-songwriters. The CL combines the high strings of the light version (.032-.052) with 3 extra thin-bass strings (.011-.023).
The Fender 70CL string set (80% copper and 20% zinc) adds the desired sparkle to a dark sounding guitar. The CL version combines the 3 top strings of the Light (.011-.023) version with extra-thin bottom strings (.032-.052).
The Fender 880XL Duratone Coated string set is suitable for acoustic western guitars. With gauges between 0.010w and 0.048, they're suitable for every style of music. These light strings are exceptionally supple.
This string set is ideal for guitarists who would like to combine a great sound with comfortable playability. The sound of these strings can be described as clear and defined with proper basses.
Make a dark-sounding western sound a lot clearer with the sparkling Fender 70M strings made of 80% copper and 20% zinc. The medium (.013-.056) has an excellent balance between suppleness and a full sound.