Worth Strings - BM Brown Soprano/Concert Low G

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Worth Strings - BM Brown Soprano/Concert Low G
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Worth BM (Brown) Double Set for Soprano or Concert sized Ukulele

Worth Premium 100% Fluorocarbon Ukulele Strings. Worth ukulele strings are unlike most other nylon ukulele strings as they are made from an expensive flourocarbon material that improves intonation, note clarity, and sustain. These are sold in double length sets so each package actually contains enough string to make two sets. Extra long, each string can be cut in half before installation.

This set is one of Worths most popular string sets. Many prefer these on their soprano or concert ukes for their bright, powerful projection, and their crystal clear tone. 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.

These 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.

Worth Strings are unchangeable in any type of environment… hot cold humid or dry.

This package makes 2 sets!

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Bright and loud!
Love these strings on my Pono acacia concert ukulele it is just the right sound for my liking.
I had Worths browns on my tenor Cordoba and did not enjoy the sound it was not the right fit with that instrument. It is very true that each instrument with the same brand of strings sounds completely different. These strings are thin and with higher tensions can be more painfull for the fingers but I have no problem on concert size instrument. Easy to play and the sound is loud and bright.
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Review by Kris / (Posted on 12/14/2015)
Worth Strings - BM Brown Soprano/Concert
I currently have 3 Kala Ukes, all either totally solid or solid top and all were set up by Joel with Aquila Nylgut Strings.

I like the Aquilas a LOT, but I've read so many reviews about Worth Strings I had to give them a try.

I can't really say that one is better than the other - I think it's all a matter of preference. I prefer a mellower sound, but not so mellow that you can't hear it. So I thought I'd try the BMs out on my solid cedartop, and it worked! I probably wouldn't use them on my acacia because the sound is already mellow enough. Probably would be good on a spruce top, too, where the sound is normally brighter.

As mentioned in other reviews, you get enough to srring 2 ukes, so the value for the money is actually excellent!

Will I replace all of my Aquilas with Worths? Probably not, because I like them both and it really depends on what kind of sound I'm going for at the moment.
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Review by Tim / (Posted on 12/31/2012)
Good value and good sound
Worth Ukulele Strings are great! I personally really appreciate the fact that you can string two ukuleles with one pack of Worth Strings since it gives me an extra set of strings to use as soon as I need them.

Secondly, the brown color of the strings seems to give my ukulele legitimacy as an instrument in the eyes of non-ukulele players. Even my roommate who has heard me play intricate fingerstyle pieces with my Cordoba said "Wow! It looks like a real instrument now!" Wasn't sure if I should take that as a compliment or not, but regardless, Worth strings are great for the price, the sound they produce, and, apparently, the look that they give your ukulele!
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Review by Linda / (Posted on 12/29/2012)
Mellows out mahogany soprano's
They are a bit pricey, but you do get two sets. They usually work well on solid mahogany soprano ukulele's.

They are a bit thinner than nylon or nylgut strings, so they will feel a bit different if that's what you're used to.

But all in all, they're great strings.
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Review by sven / (Posted on 12/29/2012)
warm sound
I used these to string my bruko n. 6, it improved the sound greatly.

I like them much better than the piramid strings my bruko came with. The sound is much warmer and intonation improved.

As a plus these strings are long enough to string 2 ukes.

Highly recommended!
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Review by riccardo / (Posted on 12/28/2012)
All that was promised and more
I'm a new player, less than one year, so I needed to listen to others' advice. I was told my uke would sound better, and it does. Price was reasonable and I am very satisfied with the swift service I received. Good job!
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Review by Cath / (Posted on 12/27/2012)
Mellow
Yes, i like mellower strings. These do nicely!
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Review by Erik / (Posted on 12/26/2012)
bright and warm
Compare with clear string, this brown has warmer sound. I love to set it up on mahogany soprano. good value! you must have!
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Review by Vincent / (Posted on 12/24/2012)
worth brown strings
I restrung my Kala concert asac with these a few months ago. It took quite some time for the strings to relax but they are now spot on. They stay in tune and have such a great sound. Nice and mellow with great tone.
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Review by all / (Posted on 12/24/2012)
The Price of Mellow
If you're like me, you started playing the ukulele a couple of years ago without any prior skills, so a lot of your decisions are based on trial and error. If that's the case, Worth BMs will be a big step up from those fat white stock strings your uke came with. They'll sound more mellow and will be more comfortable to play.

The Pros:

Consistent quality (I've never received any duds).
Blend well when strummed.
Decent separation when plucked (especially bass notes).
Great feel -- smooth and easy to bend (my favorite aspect -- they're super comfortable).

Of course, the smooth feel and mellow tone come at a price...

The Cons:

Distinct Worth BM tone (I've found this can hold higher-end ukes back).
Note clarity (say, above the 7th fret) is OK, but not great.
Tension is OK (there's not as much attack as with other brands).
(Worth does make a "heavy" gauge to combat tension issues.)

Overall:

As somebody who prefers mahogany ukuleles and a mellow tone, Worth BMs are a solid choice. I still use them on my Ohana sopranino.

One final aside: changing strings was a big confidence-builder for me; it allowed me to connect with the uke and it helped me figure out what kind of sound I wanted. So, for any newbies reading this, buy some strings! You won't regret it.

Cheers.
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Review by Connor / (Posted on 12/24/2012)
I love worth strings
I have tried many strings, and it seems like I always end up back with the Worth browns. They may feel a little thin compared with some other strings, but I love the clear sounds and also the feel of these strings. Some strings feel too loose or floppy for me. The worth strings, once tuned up, hold their tune and I rarely have to adjust them. They are expensive, but you get two sets from one package.
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Review by Denis / (Posted on 12/23/2012)
Smooth sound
I love the brown strings of Worth because of the very smooth and powerful sound.
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Review by Dann / (Posted on 12/23/2012)
My Favorite Strings
If you play ukulele then you've probably heard of Worth strings. If you haven't, well you're in luck because now you have. These are great strings. They really bring my ukuleles to life. Strings are in my opinion just as important as the wood the uke is made from. These strings have a very even, precise tone to them. They stay in tune well and have great sustain. They even seem to improve intonation. This is 2 sets of strings. I strung up a soprano and a concert with this one set with no problem.
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Review by Cor / (Posted on 12/23/2012)
Lovely deep sound
Although they are a bit more pricy than Aquila, I believe they are the nicer sounding strings. They have a much smoother, fuller sound than other brands, while retailing the Hawaiian groove!

I personally use the low G version of these. This is the only brand that does not have a wound low G, and is therefore the only brand whos low G strings actually last more than a couple of songs!!! Plus, it sounds great.
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Review by Jason / (Posted on 12/23/2012)

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