Bailey wrote:One other point.
Up to this point, my favorite strings have been the Savarez 520 R Red cards. They produce a very warm sound on my guitar; punch when you need it, but never harsh, and are easy for me to play. I noticed today that they have rectified nylon trebles.
It will be interesting to see how the La Bella rectified nylon strings compare.
fretdancer wrote:After reading through many posts, I recently decided to try the Augustine strings again, and to try the Hannabach, as well. I am waiting for them to be shipped. My issue was that, after damaged done to the soundboard of my Ramirez, the D'Addario strings (that I personally love) were not giving me the response and sound that they had in the past. I did use the Augustine strings many years ago, and I also remember wanting to try something different (it may have been an intonation issue, I can't really remember). Now, I'm curious to see how they will sound. I ordered a low-tension set of Red Imperials. The Hannabach strings I ordered are also low tension. The Hannabach strings are certainly pricey, but will be well worth it if they satisfy my ears!
Prominent Critic wrote:I used the Savarez 520 R for years, and yes, the trebles are rectified nylon. In my opinion, the La Bella Rectified Nylon are vastly superior.
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