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Martin Classical Ball End - Bronze Wound (Reg Tension)

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Manufacturer's ID: M260

Martin Classical strings offer an easy playing feel, excellent tuning stability and a warm clear tone.


These strings are made of crystal nylon and are offered in an 80/20 bronze normal tension (M260) ball end for ease of stringing up your classical guitar.

Customer reviews

Overall Rating 4.6/5 (10 reviews)

Gibson G-Bird... I don't think we need to explain 5*****

Ross W. - 14/2/2023

malcolm h. - 9/1/2023

Good strings with ball ends for a classical guitar.. Never knew they existed

Christian B. - 13/8/2022

Not tried yet, soon to go on

Simon T. - 21/5/2021

I'm not a classical player and every time I've needed to restring one of my nylon strung guitars I've had to re-learn how to tie off the strings at the bridge and be nimble-fingered to do so. That's why I like ball end classical strings. One issue I have had in the past with these strings is the knot on the high E and B strings pulling partly or all the way through the plastic ball which ends up distorting and squashing partly into the string hole. I now tie an extra knot over the existing one to enlarge it and I also place small red fibre washers (found between the metal stand-offs in a desktop PC chassis and the motherboard) over the string before threading it through the bridge hole to stop the plastic ball from being pulled partly into the hole.

William D. - 20/4/2021

Because nothing is ever perfect.

George B. - 26/1/2021

Chris R. - 1/12/2020

David K. - 10/11/2020

The Martin strings have a nice crisp tone. The ball end strings look easy to replace, so I might have a go at replacing a string myself the next time.

Alex G. - 14/7/2020

The banjo is very good but just has a straight out of the box feel about it. Not enough attention to detail of the set up.

Brian B. - 6/4/2019

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