david henman said:...there are two types of coated strings: those which only coat the wound strings, and those which coat all six strings.
for me, that is a HUGE issue. i only buy the elixir "anti-rust" brand, in which all six strings are coated. i pay $11.95 per set.
they last so long, even with my toxic perspiration, that i have to make a note on my calendar when i change strings.
I'm pretty sure I paid $14 or so for a three pack of D'Addario's standard 10 to 46 gauge strings last month.nine said:They're $7.50 here. I don't know, maybe Ontario subsidizes string prices? Haha. :tongue:
Songbird, but I don't think I've paid more than 9 for a set in Toronto. It's like time stood still on string prices here. Heh heh.gtrguy said:Seriously!? Holy crap....Steve's? L&M?
Sorry, no, I meant D'Addario 11s. They're the only kind I buy, so was using them as a reference price. Oops.gtrguy said:But $7.50 for Elixir coated strings? That's insanely cheap....
...true. plus, they are they only acoustic strings that are fully coated, all six strings, available in canada.SCREEM said:The DR strings are fully coated as well, in blue, red and black
gtrguy said:But $7.50 for Elixir coated strings? That's insanely cheap....