Worth Strings - CM High G Clear Soprano/Concert or Low G

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Worth Strings - CM High G Clear Soprano/Concert or Low G
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Worth CM (Clear) Double Set for Soprano or Concert sized Ukulele

This package makes 2 sets! Each string is 46" in length. An average soprano scale is 13" and an average concert scale is 15". If you cut each string in half you will have 2 sets with a 23" length. This is more than enough for two sets.

Worth Premium 100% Fluorocarbon Ukulele Strings

This one package makes 2 sets. 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 type: 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.

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Great option for low G
We like the extended range provided by a low G string. However, we think most wound strings tend to sound "metallic" and thus don't blend in with the chords so well. Here is where the strings from Worth come in, because they are all unwound. They sound very clear and articulate both for strumming and fingerpicking, and they feel nice, too. Their clear strings ring out like bells, whereas the brown ones are bit more mellow. We like them both on different ukes, and they made all of them sound better.

What might be a bit confusing, however, is the fact that there are so many different sets, but the string gauges are mostly the same, so you could probably just use a Tenor set on all sizes of ukes (except the baritone). Even more so as those double sets are rather short and might not always be long enough for stringing up two instruments.
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Review by +K / (Posted on 7/17/2014)
Not a two set package.
I think the information is wrong in this product, you can not string two concert ukes with this pack.
But the sound of these string and sustain is great, I have had them on for two days now and I love them. A very bright and lovely sound. I restrung my kamaka hf-2 with worth clears, and the uke truly rings now.
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Review by Jonas / (Posted on 4/4/2014)
Amazing
I already have the Worth CM's on my KoAlohoa Pineapple but just recently replaced the much thicker stock Kamaka strings with these same Worth CM's. I definitely get more sound out of the Kamaka now without having to play so loud. I'm quite pleased with them. I did have to use 3 knots on the 'A' string with my HF-1. The Uke Site's video by Aaron about how to restring was my primer. Excellent tutorial. I highly recommend the strings and the video!
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Review by AlBE / (Posted on 4/30/2013)
Perfect strings for my Kanilea K-1 concert
I really like the way my Kanilea K-1 C sounds and plays after putting a set of these strings on my ukulele. The stock Aquila's do sound nice, but I am not a fan of how they feel or play (I prefer a good fluorocarbon string). But when I added these strings, my already great sounding uke became even better--their added brightness is the perfect compliment to the warm Kanilea tone. The intonation up the neck improved slightly as well; though it was already very good with the stock Aquila's, these Worth strings just made it even better. If you have a Kanilea, I definitely recommend that you give these a try. Be aware that if you have a concert sized ukulele, there is just barely enough length, per package, to make two sets of strings, so don't leave much slack when tying off at the bridge.
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Review by Brian W. / (Posted on 4/29/2013)
Best strings for vintage mainland ukes
I like to punchy dry tone of this strings...I mounted a set on my "Serenader" of the '40-'50 and they contribute to give a tipical "Martin-like" tone. I ilke also the fact they have a narrower diameter than the Aquilas. The only think I don't like is the sleek surface, sometimes if my fingers are a bit wet they literally "stuck" on the string during the slides. Anyway I recommend this strings for high quality Hawaian ukes and expecially for vintage ones.
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Review by Daniel / (Posted on 12/30/2012)
oh yes, worth's are worth it
Really, these have been regarded as the best fluorocarbon strings for a long while now, but with a seeming glut of new strings entering the uke market, it's time to re-assert just why these are of the highest quality.

I simply have not heard an ukulele whose sound has not improved once being fitted with them. They offer wonderful note distinction; a sweet, even and smooth tone across all strings and far better sustain than what you will get with aquilas or any nylon string set.

In addition, they feel great to play. Much softer on the fingertips. These are high quality strings that that give an instrument a crisp bell-like tone that irons out the harshness and abrasiveness of nylons, yet maintaining enough dynamic to ensure your uke still sounds rich and alive.

They aren't cheap but what you lose in dollars you gain with a better sounding ukulele.

Best fluorocarbons on the market. Highly recommended.

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Review by ugene ukulel / (Posted on 12/29/2012)
like a bell!
I try different strings for my ukes...these are perfect for my koa concert, in fact they gave me a different uke! She really sings now. Each note rings with extra sustain, strumming really cuts without being harsh. Love my Worths!
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Review by greenman / (Posted on 12/27/2012)
Nice Mellow Tone
Starting out on laminate ukuleles I found the tone of the Aquilas a bit bright for my liking so experimented with different string brands until I settled on the Worth Clears. I prefer the thinner profile and find they give a more reliable intonation up the neck. The more mellow tone suits my ear and my style of playing. I'd recommend you give them a try.
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Review by ukegofirst / (Posted on 12/25/2012)
Bright and clear
Replaced Aquila's on a Kala Flame Maple Concert uke and it definitely sounds better with the Worth's vs. the Aquila's. Well "worth" the money.
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Review by Francis / (Posted on 12/25/2012)
Tension and Clarity
I really don't like the GHS or Aquila Nylgut type of strings, which feel like cheap plastic and lack of precision for my play.

The Worth strings are my favourite, together with the Martin. Both provide a bit more tension and a very clear sound.
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Review by Abel / (Posted on 12/25/2012)
bright sound!!
The worth CM string provides very bright sound. It is thin and easy to press. I have it set on my soprano, it is perfect. You must try this!!!
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Review by Vincent / (Posted on 12/24/2012)
Outstanding worth strings
I have 2 soprano ukes, one strung with Aguila and the other with Worth strings. While I like the bright tone of the Worth strings, they are hard on the finger tips. The strings feel strung with noticeably higher tension to produce the same notes (not an octave higher). But anyway the tone is really outstanding to the othe strings.
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Review by Ahlor / (Posted on 12/24/2012)
Great boost for my Kanilea soprano
I put these on my Kanilea soprano after the old strings were dead. Wow these strings brought the uke back to life! Nice feel, clear tone. Definitely recommend.
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Review by ML / (Posted on 12/24/2012)
worth strings
I was used to use only aquila strings in my ukulele until I find the living waters by ken middleton. They are great in all my other ukes but since I bought my kanile`a concert Im using worth CM on it. Seems to me the worth cm was made to be used in this kanilea. It sounds terrific!
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Review by oberto / (Posted on 12/24/2012)
very clear, sweet tone
I've only used cheap stock strings and Aquila's but the worths are my favorite. They aren't quite as loud on my uke as the Aquilas but they give a bit more sustain and have a nice mellow tone.
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Review by colinmichael / (Posted on 12/23/2012)
Love the strings
I got a set of these strings after having the factory set ones on my ukulele. I love the feel and sound they produce, it really mellows out my ukulele and gives it a nice warm tone. A great set of strings and worth the money.
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Review by Ken / (Posted on 12/23/2012)

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