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Thread: Worths Brown VS Clear- Can you hear a difference???

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    I play Worth browns on my Kala mahogany tenor.

    A couple of weeks ago I changed to low G (not my favourite tuning these days) because I need that tuning for a few fingerpicking accompaniments.

    At first I swapped out the G for a classical guitar D string and tuned low G - Worked ok. A bit boomy. Then I changed it for an Aquila wound low G string - Worked ok. Still a bit boomy.

    Yesterday I got some Worth low G with the plain G. Excellent! Now the volume and tone of all the strings is balanced. Moral of the story: on my uke, if I have to have low G, Worths are the way to go.

    PS. Never seen Fremont Blacklines in the UK...
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    Oh, and very nice playing Valerie.

    "Everything I do gonh be funky from now on" - Allen Toussaint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buddhuu View Post

    PS. Never seen Fremont Blacklines in the UK...
    Here in the rural midwestern US there is only one way to get strings and that is to order them. I get mine from MGM, as he has the best prices, lowest shipping cost, and fast service.

    "Everything I do gonh be funky from now on" - Allen Toussaint.

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