Single String - Smooth Wound Low G Ukulele String
Chuck Moore turned us onto the smooth feel and beautiful balance of the TI wound G and C strings. It's a little less "boomy" than other steel wound strings because it's flat wound but it gives the same excellent sustain and is more equal in tension and volume. The result is a full, rich sustaining tone and smooth sliding around the fretboard.
This single low G was used in the set on the uke in this video. So if you're Corey Fujimoto playing a Moore Bettah, this is the sound of your low G.
This listing is for a single low G string. Can be used for tenor, concert, or soprano.