|CLASSICAL GUITAR STRINGS|
Until the mid-20th century all Treble guitar strings were made in gut, a material that had been used for thousand of years and that combines good promptness of attack and excellent performances . A fundamental aim of our research has therefore been to design a new synthetic product having the same acoustic properties as gut, but without its typical defects (high cost, short lifetime, high instability under moisture changes). Our New Nylgut® has precisely all these good qualities without all these defects.
Its features include promptness of attack, excellent performances and a truly remarkable stability of intonation under moisture changes. The Alabastro Basses, wound with high quality- silver-plated copper, consist of a New Nylgut® multifilament core that ensures not only a high resistance to tensile stress but also a low absorption of both atmospheric humidity and sweat. Three degree of tensions
The first three strings are made of rounded, smooth Bionylon® monofilament - a new material discovered by us- that also boasts excellent acoustic and mechanical properties. Bionylon® is 100% a plant’s derivate; this allows a reduction of more of 50% of carbon dioxide emissions in the atmosphere during the polymer- synthesis than the other common Nylons employed for musical strings. The bass strings, wound with silver-plated copper, consist of a New Nylgut® multifilament core that ensures not only a high resistance to tensile stress but also a moisture low absorption. This allows a rapid and stable intonation under moisture changes.
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