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Old 01-12-2024, 07:24 AM
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I have to say that the D'Addario PBs do sound much better than the stock Elixers. Warmer. Grippier, but more string noise. Overall, better than the stock strings. I'm looking forward to trying other strings on my CO-OM1100N2.
That is true but their XS strings are coated no string noise, sound great and last forever. They are Elixir killers. Lol
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Not afraid to customize at all. I had a Martin DJr that I refinished with a Tru Oil gunstock finish, replaced the mother of toilet seat inlays with abalone dots, bone saddle, and ebony bridge pins and matching tuner buttons. I sold that guitar, so I wouldn’t recommend doing any such work unless you can back up your modifications. In this case the buyer loved it and got a smoking deal (height of the plague) on a one-of-a-kind guitar (and kept my mind positive while the world suffered).



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Old 01-12-2024, 11:11 AM
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That is true but their XS strings are coated no string noise, sound great and last forever. They are Elixir killers. Lol
Thanks for the tip! I have a set of XS 12-53 waiting in the sidelines. They're next after the Magma Flat PBs I really want to try.

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Not afraid to customize at all. I had a Martin DJr that I refinished with a Tru Oil gunstock finish, replaced the mother of toilet seat inlays with abalone dots, bone saddle, and ebony bridge pins and matching tuner buttons. I sold that guitar, so I wouldn’t recommend doing any such work unless you can back up your modifications. In this case the buyer loved it and got a smoking deal (height of the plague) on a one-of-a-kind guitar (and kept my mind positive while the world suffered).
Nice!
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