Ernie Ball E2409 Ernesto Palla Nylon Ball End Classical Strings
About these Ernie Ball E2409 Ernesto Palla Nylon Classical Black & Gold Ball End
Ernesto Palla concert quality classical guitar strings are made of a solid nylon filament. Gold fourth, fifth, and sixth wound strings are made of 80/20 bronze plated copper wrapped around a nylon floss core providing a smooth, rich tone. All Ernie Ball strings are precision manufactured to the highest standards and most exacting specs to assure consistency, optimum performance, and long life.
The Tech Features
Brand: Ernie Ball
Gauges: First = .028, Second = .032, Third = .040, Fourth = .030, Fifth = .036, Sixth = .042 Medium tension.
Type: Ball End
Colour: Black and Gold
Reviews (3)Write a review
Incredible quality and sustain.These are the best nylon strings I've ever had the pleasure of using. They have such a full and rich tone it was like I had bought a new guitar. The sustain on these strings is also incredibly impressive with notes ringing out longer and clearer than any other strings I've used in the past. And another plus is the ball end makes them much easier to put on the guitar, which means I get to the playing that much quicker without all the fiddly hassle of tying them on. Oh, and the black and gold colour of the strings looks nice and fancy. These are going on all my guitars from now on. 5/5
Artist Guitars Response
Thank you for the awesome review and we're always happy whenever our customers are happy with their orders. Cheers!
Exactly what I orderedThey're guitar strings. They're what I ordered. The shipping was free and they came fast!! Couldn't be happier
On the ball...Many years since I have used Ernie Ball classical strings. My old Yamaha preferred D'Addario... Enter, a new Ibanez classical to my life recently. The D'Adds didn't do it much justice. So I tried some Ernie Ball Classical strings. Perfect. Not expensive, yet long lasting and holding their tone well. I'm a busy busker on a budget, and like to get the most out of my strings. I've probably put 30 or more hours of play into these strings, enduring cold winds and hot days, and they're holding up perfectly. And I love the look of the three black nylons. Back in the day, similar strings went by the name of 'Black Diamond' and I have a vague idea they were EB's too. Anyhow, great strings which suit my Ibanez and my none-too-gentle style of playing... and at Artist Guitar prices, what more could you want!