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Old 09-28-2021, 05:19 AM
Norsepicker Norsepicker is offline
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I have a 19th century parlor guitar that was bellied when I got it. I had steel strings on it at first which threatened to lift the bridge, then regular nylon strings and I didn't like the sound. The Thomastik classicals are perfect, exactly what I wanted. Incidentally I use Thomastick mandolin strings on my bowlback mandolin and they are perfect. The long life of the strings make them affordable. I haven't had to change strings on either instrument in over a year and they are still good.
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