accoustiuc guitar strings which to buy????

Discussion in 'Guitar Gear Talk Forum' started by swapnopia, Dec 21, 2010.

  1. swapnopia

    swapnopia New Member

    dear all

    i need to change my guitar strings..i have pluto elctro accoustic guitar...which are the best strings i should buy???

    pls reply..
  2. rickkkyrich

    rickkkyrich Guest

    buy a set of D'Addario.. should cost you some 400 Bucks..
  3. ultrabot90

    ultrabot90 Like fishes need bicycles

    *tyre screeech*
    I should mention that you should BUY. FROM. EBAY!
    Buy sets of 4-10 at a time. Look for shops which offer free international shipping. It's a little bit of work looking for nice shops and offers, but they're ~50% cheaper this way. It's funny - I pay 500 bucks every few months for D'Addario Pro Arte strings (for classical), and I could get them online for roughly 200 if I buy a 10-ka-pack from a good (ebay) shop.
  4. sahilatre

    sahilatre New Member

    Hey guys i too bought a Pluto Acoustic Jumbo Cutaway. The guitar has a great sound, better than any gb&a i tried in the same range but the strings are hard to press. Want to know which strings would be easy on my fingers also wont reduce the volume or screw up the tone. The seller said the guitar will "open up" and get easier to play, is that true?
  5. aryasridhar

    aryasridhar New Member

    These are false statements that a guitar gets easier to play overtime, depending on the wood the sound may or may not open up, as you said its a Pluto, I am pretty sure it has a laminted top, which wouldn't give you a great deal of difference over a period of time in terms of tone.

    You need to check and get the action (space between the strings and the fretboard) corrected, to see if it makes it easy to play on, and you may want to get Thin or Extra thin Gauge strings, so the playing wont hurt much.

    Get some D'Addario or Rotosound strings thin gauge, these sound and play good and will dramatically enhance the overall tone of the guitar.

    Hope this helps....

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