Made in America, Mojo Strings are wound using a proprietary process that produces superior tone and is softer to the touch for superior playability according to the company. Each string is individually sealed in a fresh seal package that ensures longer life, better sustain, and superior shelf life. Consumers will benefit knowing that they are getting a fresh set of strings every time.
Mojo Strings are offered in a variety of string tensions and gauges. For acoustic strings, Mojo offers Phosphor Bronze, Brass, and Polymer Coated strings. For electric strings, Mojo offers Class 1 Nickel and Stainless Chromium. Mojo also manufactures dual wound Phosphor Bronze strings for acoustic-electric guitars. These strings use alternate parallel windings of phosphor bronze and nickel alloys.
For more information, visit their web site at www.mojostrings.com.
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