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Nice and crisp sound there - and a daring choice to bring this piece of loud rose artillery down.

Smaller (cannon)balls if you allow the expression, but not at all loose powder.

Until now anyway.

 

I do this sometimes and my 12-fret got a set a while ago. Have to say there's a chance the AJ will become too tamed (weak) in a week or so, but keep us informed.

 

Meanwhile enjoy this tip of the hat to the many silk'n'steel players from the 6 and 70's.

It was a very common almost trend-like string back then.

 

Nice playing btw.

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Didnt realise the SnS were big strings in those days Em7, but given the folk trend I can imagine so. Will see how they hold and keep you posted Em7, respect the feedback.

 

 

Nice and crisp sound there - and a daring choice to bring this piece of loud rose artillery down.

Smaller (cannon)balls if you allow the expression, but not at all loose powder.

Until now anyway.

 

I do this sometimes and my 12-fret got a set a while ago. Have to say there's a chance the AJ will become too tamed (weak) in a week or so, but keep us informed.

 

Meanwhile enjoy this tip of the hat to the many silk'n'steel players from the 6 and 70's.

It was a very common almost trend-like string back then.

 

Nice playing btw.

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