I agree, I too think they are great.
May I ask what gauge you used for E, B, and G? I have heard 40, 60, and 80 for medium-light tension, but I have not experienced them yet. It's a little too expensive for the experiment even with the 25 yd roll. It would be great if I can pool together some players willing to share for the cost to try them out.Tomzooki wrote: ↑Thu Aug 10, 2017 2:45 amI agree, I too think they are great.
And yes, they basically are fishing lines. Fluorocarbon fishing lines to be more precise, like all the other "carbon" strings. And the nylon strings are fishing lines too. I am currently using Seaguar Premier leader lines as treble strings. Great strings
I can't find an online chart of the actual tension of the strings in an oasis carbon normal tension set. Anyone know where I can find one? thanks.
I've had this issue with oasis where it starts shredding very very thin strands, but not enough to snap the actual string. I'm surprised yours broke at the nut. Did you tune them above standard pitch by any chance?MessyTendon wrote: ↑Fri Aug 11, 2017 2:33 pmI tried them for about three minutes. The high E string shredded...like really...I mean, we aren't talking about a break, but a tear, it looked like string cheese on the ends. It broke at the roller not nut.
I think I'll stick to boring old Pro Arte and Aquila for now.
Yes, that's what I found too.
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