- Jan 6, 2010
Step 1: Ask what string type or brand best suits a Martin.
Step 2: Get the same respose from different people.
Step.3: Insult the people who responded with the same response.
Welcome to 2021 folks. Obviously we are all here to share bad advice. Those M600s that some of us like to use and recommend are rubbish and we are all just brainwashed into preffering an inferior sound. Wake up people! Wait, what if we are the 'woke' ones? Then, go to sleep people?! Hmm...
Im guessing that the op was hoping to get some reinforcement for Worth Brown strings. I like them on my Koa ukuleles. Not so much on mahogany. YMMV
Nothing wrong with Worth Brown on a S1. If you like how your strings sound on your ukulele thats kool with me even though I like M100s on the S1 I used to have.
Sheep, fanboys & dorks? What "needs to be said" is that the OP is not making many friends here so far.
I just as much warmth and bottom as possible from a string and wanting to know which strings bring that the most on a soprano. It seems Worth Browns do that well but what others are there ? I know it's not Martin clear 600 and have been advised that they are decent strings but if I was to go for clears that I could do much better than those. I may get some Worth Brown medium and some Ko Olau warm strings. Would like to know of some others making pretty warm strings that will bring out some bottom in a soprano. I know it's limited anyway with a soprano and that is why i am trying to get as much bottom as I can from the strings and i am not a fan overall of the Nylgut that are currently on this soprano.
I am not familiar with titanium in strings and does anyone use them ? Never been a fan of any nylon strings because they sound flat compared to fluoro strings.