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All of my guitars (two electrics and one acoustic) use strings – six on each to be precise. That’s why they’re called stringed instruments; clever that, isn’t it?

For as long as I can remember I’ve used D’Addario strings and have found them to be excellent quality. I rarely break strings (I do strum very hard at times too) and I see this as a testimony to the quality of their strings. Another nice touch is that the strings are in vacuum-sealed bags so even if the pack is quite old the strings won’t have ‘rusted’ in any way.

If you’re interested, I use 10 gauge, nickel-wound strings on my electrics and 12 or 13 gauge copper-wound strings on my acoustic.

So, D is for D’Addario Guitar Strings.