Strings for Classical Guitar

Sound characteristics

The sets below are ordered by decreasing brillance of sound. Curious to hear the difference?
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Choosing the tension

What tension to choose between light,
normal or superior?
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Did you know that the six strings of the guitar do not have all the same tension?

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Sugar for Guitar

bright sound, clearly superior to the typical sound of Fluorocarbon, but at the same time highly performing in vibrato, great timbrical variation responding to the position of the right hand, superior sustain as compared to any other string currently in the market


definitely bright and sharp sound, unquestionably superior to the sound of Fluorocarbon, quick and clear attack readiness, good timbrical variation


bright sound similar to Fluorocarbon but at the same time highly performing in vibrato, great timbrical variation responding to variations of the right hand, surprising sustain


Medium brightness and at the same time rich sound, allowing fair expressiveness


Warm and mellow sound, round and rich tone, good expressiveness and sweetness of sound that make them an ideal choice to fill the concert hall


Excellent performance qualities similar to gut strings, with a better brightness than nylon but not as much as fluorocarbon, excellent sound attack

Ambra 2000

The highest level of nuances and expressiveness on vibrato, excellent attack; round and rich percussive Rayon basses


Fairly brilliant tone, superior than the average tone of nylon, prompt and expressive sound, excellent vibrato

Special set for Classical Guitar

Different scales of classical guitar

1/2, 3/4 classical guitar , Cordoba Mini I and Mini II

Aquila Strings Basses for Classical Guitar