Mandolin Strings

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D'Addario EJ74 Phosphor Bronze Mandolin Strings - Medium (11-40)
N Stuff Price$7.47
Availability: In Stock
Elixir 11500 Nanoweb 80/20 Bronze Mandolin Strings - Light (10-34)
N Stuff Price$12.99
Availability: In Stock
Elixir 11525 Nanoweb 80/20 Bronze Mandolin Strings - Medium (11-40)
N Stuff Price$12.99
Availability: In Stock
Fender 2060 Phosphor Bronze Mandolin Strings - Light (11-40)
N Stuff Price$7.49
Availability: In Stock
Martin M400 80/20 Bronze Mandolin Strings - Standard (10-34)
N Stuff Price$4.99
Availability: In Stock
GHS A240 Phosphor Bronze Mandolin Strings - Ultra Light (09-32)
Coming Soon$14.59
Availability: Out Of Stock
John Pearse 2200H - 80/20 Bronze Mandolin Strings - Heavy (12-40)
N Stuff Price$7.99
Availability: Out Of Stock

At N Stuff Music we have a wide selection of mandolin strings so that mandolinists can be sure N Stuff Music has them covered for all of their string needs. Whether it is David Grisman, Chris Thile, Mike Marshall, or Sam Bush, the best mandolinists in the world all stay true to the types of strings that help them perform consistently at their best. Mandolin strings are just like other types of strings whether its guitar or banjo, the variants in size and style of string will greatly alter the playability and sound depending on the player. It is very important to be guided in the right direction to finite your search to the strings that will help you most as a player.

One of the great things about mandolin strings is they are relatively affordable when considering the price for string sets for other string instruments. This allows you to experiment with a variety of different strings to determine what style and size works best for you without busting the bank too much. D’addario’s Phosphor Bronze Mandolin Strings are a very reliable mandolin string that produce great sound and are playable for most varieties of mandolinists. While slightly more expensive than other brands, Elixir mandolin strings are an extremely durable mandolin string. The Elixir Nanoweb Mandolin strings contain a very thin coating that helps to ensure the longevity and performance of these strings. Elixirs are known for having a long life and for providing a consistent sound.

Mandolin strings, like their acoustic instrument cousins, come in different gauges (range of string thicknesses). A light gauge mandolin string is going to cater better to the beginning player and the player who prefers a lighter touch; due to the smaller thickness they are easier to play. Medium and heavy gauge strings are going to be a little more difficult to play but their increased thickness creates a rounder and more abundant sound. It comes down to what size string is easiest for you to play and allows you to get as close as possible to the desired sound you hope to get out of your mandolin.

Fender, Martin, and John Pearse all utilize reliable bronze mandolin strings which ensure string reliability and a consistently good playability of your mandolin. Bronze strings tend to also have a very well balanced sound with treble, middle, and bass all present to maintain that rounded sound.

At N Stuff Music feel free to contact us via email, website chat, phone, or visit our store’s location in Blawnox, PA, 15 minutes east of the city of Pittsburgh. We are happy to answer questions about mandolin strings or any of our other products to give you the insight you need to find the right products for your musical journey. Thank you for visiting our website and for shopping at N Stuff Music!

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