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Let's get started by taking a close look at the D'Addario EJ27N ¾ Student.
And now we will have a look at our second product, the Fender Classical. The Fender 100's are finely produced using cutting edge machinery that rivals D'Addario and are compose of high grade nylon. The Bass strings are proudly wound in pure silver which gives even the dullest of guitars a new lease of life. Newly sporting ball ends which caused a little controversy but they are still available with tie ends if that is the guitar players' preference.
The ball end option is, however, better for simplified stringing process, they are painless to install and ideal for inexperienced users. The trebles are smooth and super easy to pluck again a comfortable choice for less seasoned players. The basses are wound with a good strong timbre.
|HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON|
D'Addario EJ27N ¾ Student
+ Traditional D'Addario reliability because of cutting edge production methods.
+ Strong bass, clear treble.
|WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT|
These student nylon classical guitar strings are great for a ¾ size guitar. Plenty of guitar players actually prefer to stick to their ¾ sizes instead of upgrading to a full-size, ideal for those with small hands but not limited to children or beginners.
These nylon classical guitar strings are a high-quality choice for your classical guitar, fairly low tension for smooth strumming. Not the most faithful to holding tune but better than expected from lower tensions.
You might also be interested in Music Critic's in-depth article on this topic, 10 Best Nylon Strings in 2021.