Tomastick Infeld George Benson Jazz Strings

These nickel round and flat wounds are something else. Made in 12 and 14 gauge sets, they are as smooth as silk and remarkably responsive, with the sort of pure and clean tone that jazz guitarists die for. Needless to say, they offer true intonation. But they also have excellent sustain capability that will hold that note where you want it for a seemingly indefinite period of time. The same could also perhaps be said for the “lifespan” of these remarkable strings. Unless your one of those players who religiously puts on a new set for every performance, these Tomastiks will give weeks of reliability for the regular gigger. OK, they’ll cost you a few pence more than your standard set of D’Addarios. But boy, do they sing!

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