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Are Titanium Acoustic Guitar Strings better than Coated Strings?

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Are Titanium Acoustic Guitar Strings better than Coated Strings?

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In our opinion, coated products definitely have resulted in improved performance and longevity, but the life of coated strings is still limited by the inherent galvanic mismatch between core and windings, and by the propensity for coatings to fracture and wear. Coatings also affect the tonal characteristics of strings. After careful consideration, we decided to attack the problem of string longevity at its “core” – we’ve developed an exclusive, patented product with an electrochemical match between the core and winding materials. As a result, we’ve achieved true corrosion protection without adversely affecting the tonal characteristics.

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