Worth Strings - BT Brown Tenor Plain or Low G

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Regular Price: $18.20

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  • Worth Strings - BT Brown Tenor Plain or Low G

    Regular Price: $18.20

    Special Price $15.95

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    Worth BT (Brown) Double Set for Tenor

    Worth Premium 100% Fluorocarbon Ukulele Strings.

    This one package makes 2 sets. This set of string is a favorite to many great players. It has an extremely clean and articulate voice that sings with sustain! These strings will really bring out the volume and brightness in your tenor. They allow for dynamic playing while still retaining clarity. Play soft… you still hear each individual string. Play hard..gets more volume but still with note separation. Plus, they stretch less than most strings. After a few days they will be holding their tune. Less time tuning and more time playing.

    Worth ukulele strings are unlike most other nylon ukulele strings as they are made from an expensive fluorocarbon material that improves intonation, note clarity, sustain. Made in Japan these strings have become a favorite for many players and builders. Worth fluorocarbon ukulele strings come in two types; Clear denoted by the C in title, or Brown denoted by B in the title. Both have same diameters but players say the Browns are a little less tension and warmer while the clears are tighter and crisper sounding.

    Select from All Plain High G or All Plain Low G (Fluorocarbon 4th)

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    Customer Reviews 11 item(s)

    Top of the Line.
    I have the best sounds out of these BT Low G than most I have tried. I strung up my Kanilea Premium Tenor and my Kamaka 6 string Tenor and there is no better voice that flows out of the soundhole than Worth Tenor Browns. I am playing every day because I find enjoyment that settles my Love for Music. These strings are the Best. My alternate Love is the Fremont Black strings. These should be tried if your want a warm sound.
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    Review by Michael / (Posted on 8/29/2013)
    Warm rich sound
    I got them on a pono with hi G turning, really warm mellow sound. My favourite sounding strings atm. But they seem very high tension not too everyone liking I'll guess.
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    Review by xuan / (Posted on 12/31/2012)
    My top choice
    After trying out some different sting sets I gave the Worth BTs a go on my Koolau T1 and have not switched brands yet. I love the warmer sound of the browns and would recommend anyone trying them out to see if they give you a sound you like. They are a little spendy but you do get enough for two sets in every pack. The one problem I have had with them is that the frets seem to cut into them after a while and Ive snapped a few strings, but thats with quite a bit of play on them.
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    Review by Doug / (Posted on 12/30/2012)
    Quality strings
    The browns provide more articulation and a cleaner tone over the twang of your industry standard Aquilas. The gauge is thinner so it might feel sharper but tension remains unchanged. Takes a week or so for the strings to stretch out and begin to retain their tuning. Can't complain with two sets in one pack either.
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    Review by KVS / (Posted on 12/28/2012)
    Best un-wound Low G string!
    Finding the right set of low G strings for a ukulele isn't easy.

    I found that most wound low G strings dominate the sound of a ukulele too much. They also have a relatively short durabillity and making the squeaky noice when you're switching chords.

    The worth low G string is made of 100% flourcarbon just like the C, E & A string. That makes a huge difference to sound, playability and looks. There are no squeaky sounds when you're switching chords and the strings sound are more associated with each other.

    Especially when it comes to fingerpicking worth low G for me is the first choice! When you're strumming the low G string tend to sound a bit too dominant. But with some practice you'll get the hang of it...

    For me the worth strings are one of the best options on the market, especially when it comes to low G. The sound is well-balanced and in terms of playability it's an A++.
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    Review by Benjamin / (Posted on 12/27/2012)
    Perfect strings for high end ukes.
    Worth browns are my favourites on tenor ukes. I think on cheap tenors they are not as good as Aquilas, but that's because the sound of Worth emphasize the real sound of the instruments, Aquilas have a more specific sound that covers a little more the sound given by the woods.
    I think that's not so good that the first time you try them you have to buy two sets, because if you don't like them you have another new set of strings that you paid for, but that's worth it. They are bright but still a complete, round, full sound, without exaggerating with trebles, which is the biggest problem I had trying other strings to find the best that suits for me and my ukes. They have also a lot of basses but still they don't sound boomy at all.
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    Review by LesterPolfus / (Posted on 12/27/2012)
    Warm Sound
    The Worth BT Brown Tenor strings are the exact sound I was looking for. I have a tenor ukulele and was never satisfiied with the sound until I put Worth strings on it. The sound is very warm and the low G gives it a nice bass sound. I would never put another type of string on my uku again.
    thank you
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    Review by Marianela / (Posted on 12/26/2012)
    Playability and consistency all round
    These strings are now on three of my uses. Two high g one low. They are warm and easy to pick or strum. The consistency of the arterial means they last longer and keep their quality all the way up the fretboard. Love the fact you get two sets each time as well.
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    Review by Ian / (Posted on 12/24/2012)
    lovely warm strings
    I've had these on my mainland mahogany tenor in low g, they are lovely sounding strings. I have a KoAloha concert which is the typical uke sound, bright and playful, and i was looking for something a bit more mellow but retaining a clear sound. This have me what I was looking for, recommend highly if you're going to string your tenor low g especially, you can't go past the worth browns. Grab the clears if you're going for a more typical bright high g sound.
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    Review by Alex13 / (Posted on 12/24/2012)
    Quality and Cost Great
    I was able to check and compare different strings, and read different reviews before buying the Worth BT Brown Tenor Strings. They were shipped very quickly, and I was able to install them within a few days. I put them on my Pono MTD, and I got a warmer sound, with the same brightness I had before. Hard to say!!! But soft blues picking sounds ARE warmer, for me.
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    Review by ctor / (Posted on 12/23/2012)
    Smooth feel and mellow sound
    I tend toward Low G as my preferred tuning. I was unsure what to use. I had tried the wound strings but didn't like the feel. Then I discoverd the Worth Browns.
    I have never looked back. They have a really mellow sound and the feel is very sensuous. I let the women of my uke group try my uke on occasions and I can see the surprise when they realise how supple the strings feel. Add this to the low setup provided by Hawaii Music Supply and you know you are in for a real treat. I have always favoured Aquila but I cannot go past the Worth Browns when it comes to Low G.
    Value for money?. How can you go past two sets in the one packet!.
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    Review by Marshall / (Posted on 12/23/2012)

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