A Flamenco Guitar string, often used by the Vihuela musician seeking a more crisp, bright sound. The smooth surface on the trebles allows the player to shift positions without any noise or squeak. A great replacement for the G, B, and E trebles. Red nylon.
Guadalupe strings are custom, hand crafted to provide the best tone, playability, and durability. Nylon trebles with wound basses over a steel core (Phosphor Bronze, Classic Copper, Red Copper, or Silvered Copper). Standard tension.
Phosphor Bronze: Brightest winding, produces clear highs and punchy mids. Highly responsive and comfortable on fingertips.
Classic Copper: Copper produces a deep traditional tone normally associated with original Mariachi music.
Red Copper: Copper coated in very thin bright red plastic. Produces more definition in the high and low frequencies, less mid range. Resists rust and makes a striking impression on an instrument.
Silvered Copper: A natural tone with excellent definition in both high and low frequencies.