D'Addario Banjo 5 String Nickel Lite, .009 - .020, EJ60

DAddario
SKU:
DAD_EJ60
$4.14

D'Addario EJ60 5-String Banjo Strings, Nickel, Light, 9-20

 

EJ60, one D'Addario's bestselling 5-string banjo sets, offers light playing tension for comfortable playing feel and brilliant tone. Loopend construction for universal fit.

D'Addario banjo strings are trusted by legends like Ralph Stanley, Rob McCoury, Ron Block, Alison Brown, and more, for their authentic tone and reliable performance. They are made from the highest quality plain steel, stainless-steel, nickel-plated steel and phosphor bronze and available in a wide variety of gauges.

One of D'Addario's most popular 5-string banjo gauges, ideal balance of tone and projection

Loopend construction for universal fit

Nickelplated steel for bright tone, smooth feel and long life

 

Environmentally friendly, corrosion resistant packaging for strings that are always fresh

 

Made in the U.S.A. for the highest quality and performance

 

 String Gauges: Plain Steel .009, .010, .013, Nickel Wound .020, Plain Steel .009

 

NOTE

DESCRIPTION

DIAMETER INCHES

TENSION LBS

1st D

Plain Steel Loop End

.009

10.18

2nd B

Plain Steel Loop End

.010

9.5

3rd G

Plain Steel Loop End

.013

10.2

4th C

Light-Nickel Wound Loop End

.020

9.3

5th G

Plain Steel Loop End

.009

10.8

 

D'Addario's banjo sets are available in light and medium gauges, with a nickel-plated wound 4th string. Our bluegrass set is offered with a phosphor bronze-wound 4th string for extra brilliance and sustain. A complete range of mandolin-family strings is available, as well as various string lines for dulcimer, ukulele, tenor guitar, country fiddle, cuatro, oud, and bouzouki. D'Addario prides itself on offering quality strings for every popular stringed instrument available. Unfortunately, economic reasons and a lack of technical information prevent us from carrying stock sets for certain obscure or special instruments. Custom designed and manufactured strings can be made for a reasonable cost, presuming accurate specifications about the instrument can be provided.