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Rotosound TB12 Tru Bronze 12-54

Rotosound TB12 Tru Bronze 12-54

RRP: £8.95

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Rotosound TB12 Tru Bronze 12-54

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SKU: TB12

Rotosound Medium Light TB12 Tru Bronze are made in the UK and are a superb value acoustic guitar string made from 80/20 Bronze. Our alternative acoustic guitar string to the 92/8 series. Comprising brass wire covers, these strings offer the resonant advantages of such coupled with considerable clarity and tone.

Product Details

  • Medium Light:
  • TB12 Gauges: 12 16 24w 32w 44w 54w

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