Mimmo2us wrote:No, the Seta set employ a modified nylgut formula.
In practise in the Seta set this kind of nylgut is more similar to gut
I feared you were going to say that (I'll have to compare yet another of your treble sets!!)
When you say the modified nylgut is more similar to gut, what exactly to you mean? In sound (say sweeter, or brighter of similar) or only in the material properties or feel of the string?
I also have one suggestion for you - you sell complete sets and bass sets, but not treble sets. I'd be interested if you sold 'treble only' sets in your range. This allows buyers to make their own sets that suit their guitar (such as Alabastro basses and Seta trebles together) or to mix and match with other manufacturers. Just a suggestion for your consideration.