80/20 Bronze Wound

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80/20 Bronze, commonly referred to as brass, is the original acoustic string alloy selected by John D'Addario Sr. and John D'Angelico in the 1930s. 80/20 Bronze strings are popular for recording due to their crisp, deep and projecting tone and appeal to many traditionalists and vintage enthusiasts for their historical significance. All D'Addario acoustic strings are wound on a hexagonally shaped, high carbon steel core, resulting in long lasting, bright sounding tone with excellent intonation.

Artists Who Use D'Addario Acoustic Strings

  • Patrick Sweany
    Independent artist
  • Zvonimir Tot
    Independent Artist
  • John Hammond
    John Hammond, John Hammond Band
  • Steve Forbert
    Independent artist
  • Mike Baggetta
    Independent Artist
  • Spencer Gill
    Tides of Man
  • Tim Galloway
    Freelance, Sessions, Gary Allan
  • Matt Reviere
    The Band Perry
  • Alphonso Johnson
  • Lionel Loueke
    Lionel Loueke
  • Paul Burch
    Paul Burch & WPA Ballclub
  • Ray Lamontagne
    Ray LaMontagne
  • James Kim
    Independent Artist
  • Mahesh Tinaikar
    Indus Creed
  • Jimmy Gaudreau
    Robin & Linda Williams
  • Jay Jay French
    Twisted Sister
  • John Horne
    The Jazztet
  • Devour the Day
    Devour the Day
  • Nick Bearden
    Jamestown Revival
  • John Bohlinger
    Lee Brice, CMT Awards.

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