Premium Cleartone Treated Guitar Strings have a predecessor: Coated Strings. Coated strings became popular in the 1990s due to their ability to make guitar strings last longer and stay cleaner than traditional strings. They achieve this by coating their strings with a chemical called polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), best known by its most popular brand, Teflon.® As […]
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At Cleartone Strings, we’ve put tireless hours into research and development to make the world’s finest treated guitar strings, and many are taking notice. Reviews have been stellar across the board, as people quote numerous positive experiences with Cleartone Strings, ranging from reasons such as string life, durability, timbre/tone, feel and more. Due to this, many of the biggest trusted […]
In this video we demonstrate the audio differences between Cleartone Phosphor Bronze and Cleartone 80/20 Bronze acoustic guitar strings. One thing to keep in mind when choosing whether to play phosphor bronze or 80/20 bronze strings is your personal preferences and your guitar body size. Naturally, strings will sound unique to your guitar so the […]
Del Casher (originally Delton Kacher. Born 1938 in Hammond, Indiana) is an American guitarist and inventor. His many creations include the Wah-wah pedal, which significantly influenced the development of rock and roll guitar style.
We invited Grover Jackson and Jon Gold of GJ2 Guitars to take a tour of our facility and while they were here they answered a few on-camera questions for us. This video is Part 1 of that interview with Grover and Jon.