Savarez "Alliance" 3/G - Package of 10 (543J)
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Alliance carbon fiber trebles
The material used in Alliance strings has the same specific density and the same elasticity (elongation) properties as gut strings traditionally used in musical string production. Because Alliance fiber has a higher density than polyamide fibers, it can be extruded more thinly than ordinary nylon strings which gives it greater flexibility. Thus Alliance treble strings will enhance the sound of any guitar with a clear and rich tone and longer sustain even in the higher positions.
These are probably the thinnest of all the strings we carry. If you are looking for a cutting, brilliant treble, these are good candidates for you. Their response is extremely quick. They are very smooth and not as stable under the fingers as most other brands, though the difference feels negligible to many players. These strings are good examples of a brand that sounds very good on some guitars and quite a bit weaker on others perhaps because of their emphasis of one color.
The G-3rd string, the thickest of the monofilament trebles and normally the least responsive, is completely integrated in volume and tone with the other five strings because it is significantly thinner and more supple with Alliance carbon fiber trebles. There is less need to replace the monofilament with a wound G string.