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SP+ Phosphor Bronze, Corde guitare de la marque Martin & Co.


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  • Fabricant : Martin & Co
  • Modèle : SP+ Phosphor Bronze
  • Catégorie : Cordes guitare
  • Fiche créée le : 02/11/2007

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Avis utilisateurs Martin & Co SP+ Phosphor Bronze

Note moyenne :4.7( 4.7/5 sur 3 avis )
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Tin-Man18/04/2009

L'avis de Tin-Man"Pour les Balèzes !!"

Martin & Co SP+ Phosphor Bronze
Elles viennent d'être montées sur ma Takamine (modele : EF508c), oups, j'avais l'habitude de jouer du 12-53. Là on sent qu'il y a de la tension.
Ca brille, bon c'est neuf c'est normal, j'attends 1 ou 2 semaines pour vraiment les noter.
L'avis du dessous m'a interpellé pour le prix.... Elles sont à 7.70 euros chez Thomann.

Petite modif d'octobre 2012. Trop de tirant à mon gout, je baisse même radicalement vers de l'élixir 11-52.
Mais ça reste d'excellente cordes pour les bûcherons de l'acoustique...
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gromeul02/11/2007

L'avis de gromeul

Martin & Co SP+ Phosphor Bronze
Le 02/11/2007:
Installées ce midi sur ma Taylor 410, ces cordes ont une très belle sonorité, reste à juger de la durée car le prix n'est pas donné...24€ (me semble t-il, je les ai achetées il y a 2/3 mois).
Peu de bruit de glissement de doigts à la manière des Elixir Nanoweb médium (mais une sonorité qui semble plus équilibrée et un poil moins brillante que ces dernières) et contrairement aux D'Addario EXP 17 médium (dont le son est très proche).
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bpmccauley116/10/2008

L'avis de bpmccauley1 (contenu en anglais)

Martin & Co SP+ Phosphor Bronze
For the longest time I played Elixir strings. They are all I wanted and I wasn't really open to the idea of switching to a different type of string. One day at a show my friend was playing and something was different about his guitar and the sound (he was an Elixir guy as well) so I asked him about it and what he did. He told me that he switched to these Martin strings. I was really shocked because as far as I was concerned, Elixir strings had by far the best sound that I had heard. I was obvisiouly wrong.
These strings sound amazing, and at almost 1/2 the price of Elixirs you can't beat them. They last just as long as the Elixirs do as well, which was a big reason that I was playing the Elixirs in the first place. I will admit that with these Martins you don't get that really smooth, silky feel when you are playing like you do with the Elixirs but that is something that I soon didn't miss.
Anyway after talking with my friend I bought a set of the Martins and put them on, it was time to change my Elixirs anyway. After I got them tuned up and started to play I couldn't believe it. They made my Alvarez sound like it was a Gibson J-45, no joke. The bass, mids, and highs all came out more, and it seemed like they were better balanced, the tone was better, and actually the new sound inspired me to write some more music. I pumped out about 5 songs the week that I put them on, that is alot for me, haha.
In short, I know we all get comfortable with what we are used to and have trouble with the idea of deviating from that, I know that I did anyway. These strings are worth it and you won't be sorry with the change. Do it, you might come up with a whole new set list of originals you didn't have before.
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Autres dénominations : sp phosphorbronze, spphosphorbronze

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