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    Strings are an important factor I agree. I use Worth Browns because they are consistent and are not your standard fluorocarbon type. The tension is right and they balance well with wound strings. I am not a great subscriber to matching strings to the instrument. I just simply am not that clever...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Howlett View Post
    Strings are an important factor I agree. I use Worth Browns because they are consistent and are not your standard fluorocarbon type. The tension is right and they balance well with wound strings. I am not a great subscriber to matching strings to the instrument. I just simply am not that clever...
    Consistency of product and consistency of process in set ups are obviously highly desirable. Thanks for your feedback.
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