Manouche Tone Strings: Rouge (11-46 Loop End) Manouche Tone Strings: Rouge (11-46 Loop End) Manouche Tone Hand made, round core Gypsy jazz string made in Los Angeles. Arts & Entertainment > Musical Instrument Accessories > String Instrument Accessories > Guitar Accessories > Guitar Strings manouche-tone-rouge Rouge 3.7 3
5 5
I've played Guadalupes for 7 years at this writing. They are more expensive than other strings, but better made, and they have a much longer life than other strings. I play a lot (several nights a week,, plus regular gigs) and I change these strings only 3 or 4 times a year.
4 5
Great strings, lots of volume and tone. Like Argentines on steroids! The only backdraw is that the windings came off the g string after only a couple of days of moderate playing.
2 5
I bought a few sets of these strings as a treat for my new alta mira guitar. What a waste of money (SORRY MICHAEL)... First of all, argentines are brighter which basically discounts the main selling point of these strings. In addition, the G string went completely DEAD in 1 day, so I switched it out with the G from another set of the same 'manouche tone' strings I had bought. That G lasted about 2 days before going completely dead. Don't waste your money, stick with argentines. Cheers and sorr...
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Manouche Tone Strings: Rouge (11-46 Loop End)

Manouche Tone Strings: Rouge (11-46 Loop End)

Light - 11, 15, 24w, 29, 38, 46

Loop end

Round core

Silver plated copper

Red silk winding

Manufactured by Guadalupe Custom Strings in Los Angeles.

Light gauge strings usually sound best on long scale Selmer style guitars (670mm or longer) with higher action.

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Superior Strings

Pros: great sound, long life

Cons: price

I've played Guadalupes for 7 years at this writing. They are more expensive than other strings, but better made, and they have a much longer life than other strings. I play a lot (several nights a week,, plus regular gigs) and I change these strings only 3 or 4 times a year.

Submitted by: gypsykat52 on 04/12/2012 09:18:53 PM

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Quality
Value

Lots of volume!

Great strings, lots of volume and tone. Like Argentines on steroids! The only backdraw is that the windings came off the g string after only a couple of days of moderate playing.

Submitted by: Axel on 02/16/2012 01:27:17 AM

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Quality
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Go with argentines.

I bought a few sets of these strings as a treat for my new alta mira guitar. What a waste of money (SORRY MICHAEL)... First of all, argentines are brighter which basically discounts the main selling point of these strings. In addition, the G string went completely DEAD in 1 day, so I switched it out with the G from another set of the same 'manouche tone' strings I had bought. That G lasted about 2 days before going completely dead. Don't waste your money, stick with argentines. Cheers and sorry to have to make a negative review !

Submitted by: anthony on 10/29/2011 01:02:27 PM

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