We will be looking at two popular products, the D'Addario EJ45TT ProArte Nylon DynaCore and the D'Addario EJ45 ProArte. The team take this task very seriously - two products enter, but only one can leave. For more information and product comparisons, check out our longer article here.
The first product we will be looking at is the D'Addario EJ45TT ProArte Nylon DynaCore. We’ll start off with a favorite among many classical guitarists, D’addario ProArte nylon classical guitar strings. It seems like everyone who tries these strings just instantly fall in love with them. The tone and feel is really round and full and they are very durable.
The challenger is the D'Addario EJ45 ProArte.
Here is a really good video to watch if you’re interested in these Pro Arte strings. You can really tell how enthusiastic the guitarist is about them!
|HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON|
|D'Addario EJ45TT ProArte Nylon DynaCore||D'Addario EJ45 ProArte|
| + Titanium trebles for brightness and projection|
+ Normal, hard or extra hard tension
+ Made in the U.S.A.
| + Versatile|
+ Coated strings
+ Extremely popular for good reason
|WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT|
|D’addario brags about their Pro Arte DynaCore basses and titanium trebles, and we must agree, the result is actually great. You can get these classical strings as normal tension, hard or extra hard, and they’re made in the U.S.A. so that D’addario has control of the whole production chain.||These classical strings have normal tension and laser sorted clear nylon treble strings that are great for getting precise intonation. The basses give you a warm tone and the balance between the bass and the trebles is perfect.|
Check out Music Critic's in-depth article Top 10 Best Classical Guitar Strings which includes even more information.