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Thread: Living Water Strings revisited

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    Default Living Water Strings revisited

    I have given kudo's to these strings before, and thought I'd give another update. I use the Low D Baritones set and with mail / tax, they come in at nearly 20 buck a set.
    On the other hand, I just changed strings this week and that comes in at 18 months and 1 week. Minimum of 2 hours a day, sometimes much more. That's pretty hard to beat. Thanks Ken!
    Nelson Hopwood
    bassman on the banks of the ohio


    Mainland Red Cedar Tenor, Kala Chocolate Dolphin, Ohana BK-20 Baritone, and vintage 50's model Harmony Baritone and Ohana BK-70R Baritone.
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    Nelson Hopwood
    bassman on the banks of the ohio


    Mainland Red Cedar Tenor, Kala Chocolate Dolphin, Ohana BK-20 Baritone, and vintage 50's model Harmony Baritone and Ohana BK-70R Baritone.

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    Yep, they are long-lasting. They settle in quickly and then stay in tune nicely, in my experience.
    If music be the food of love, play on! -Bill Shakespeare

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