John Pearse

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JOHN PEARSE 3 or 4 STRING PLUCKED DULCIMER BRONZE WOUND 5000
JOHN PEARSE 3 or 4 STRING PLUCKED DULCIMER BRONZE WOUND 5000
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John Pearse 600L Phosphor Bronze Light Strings 3 sets
John Pearse 600L Phosphor Bronze Light Strings 3 sets
$21.95
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John Pearse 600L Phosphor Bronze Light Strings 2 sets
John Pearse 600L Phosphor Bronze Light Strings 2 sets
$15.95
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John Pearse 600L Phosphor Bronze Light Strings 6 sets
John Pearse 600L Phosphor Bronze Light Strings 6 sets
$41.95
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Whats Strings should i get for my Electric Acoustic 12 String guitar?

I was trying to figure out what strings i should get for them, and any tips i should know. i Have played a 12 string before but this is my first time owning one so i would love the help. Im trying to get something that will give me a nice clear tone, sound bright, and sound good with higher fret smooth solos, and yet still play beautiful chords with ease. Trying to get something on the light gauge side. And any tips help thanks.

P.S. idk if it helps but i have a Ovation Celebrity 12 string electric acoustic, with the leaf sound hole


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Hey;
I gave you a few links below to give you some insight as to what sort of strings are out there. I would suggest getting phosper bronze strings. As far as brands, I use D'Addario also, but more for electric. Martin makes excellent strings as does D'Addario, Ernie Ball, Adamas, Black Diamond, Cleartone, Elixer, John Pearse and D'Arco. Aside from the maker of the strings, you should decide what material you want the strings to be made of. There are also 3 types of strings, flatwound, roundwound and halfwound. Roundwound strings are the most popular, producing the brightest tone. If available, I suggest trying coated strings.


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