Just put my 1st set of WOODTONE BLUEGRASS SERIES STRINGS on my Guitar
all's i can say is WOW What a tone. 👍
I’ve been holding out on changing the strings on my PRS Baby Blue. Finally pulled the trigger. Put the Woodtones on the Paramount TE too. I put a set of Elixirs on Penny and D’Addarrio XL’s on the Malibu. I was just noticing I’m reaching for the PRS and TE more than other two. The Elixirs give a little too much twang, I guess you could call it brightness. I don’t like it as much as the deep woody tone I’m hearing from the Woodtones.
I’m going to put the Bluegrass strings on Roadie. You’ve sparked my curiosity
love the sound - obvious when they are shot - and need replacing they have an obvious shredding appearance ???
I’ve have Penny since December. Just changed the strings for the first time. Got Baby Blue in January. Still have factory strings on him. The Paramount, changed the strings out after 2 days. The new Malibu, as soon as I got home from Guitar Store. The little Cordoba Coco, same. Still sounds like rubber bands. The little Orangewood, I really don’t play it much, still the factory Ernie Balls. If the strongs feel good and sound good let em ride I say. I’m still not sold on any one brand. The Woodtone’s are my current favorites. I like D’Addarrios on my Ukes but buy and use Aquila’s 99% of the time. If I were playing hard it might matter. I play alone most of the time so my opinion on how it sounds only really matters to me and I only wish I sounded like Devin or Jake Shimbukuro.