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  1. Mark says:

    Very cool. I appreciate you giving your opinion that there’s no real tonal or feel diff based on hearing directly, because the differences in your position, both generally and finger placement is more than enough to throw off the recorded comparison. Most clear was your thumb pluck during the finger piece. Your thumb and the rest of your hand was a half to a full inch forward. I actually use this as a dynamics technique because of the tonal differences. And I liked the darker tone of the XS, so I can’t lose even assuming the tone diff on recording. Thanks

  2. L. Scott Music says:

    Seems like the Elixirs were a little bit brighter than the XS. (via YouTube audio that is.) The two probably equal out fairly quick (in a week or so?)
    I have been having problems with the Elixir G string on my PRS AL Thin Line acoustic where the wrap breaks at the frets and exposes the core. This has worn my third fret enough that I'm thinking of getting a first-5 fret job. The solution from Elixir was to send me a free pack of G (24) strings.

  3. David Asbill says:

    Several things, I know this video is a year old. June 1st I bought a new Alvarez MD60BG, their bluegrass model. I love it. I've been playing most all genres since the mid-70's. I have used the D'Addario non-coated strings for years before coated strings were marketed. I have used Elixirs for years and have been very pleased. Usually after a couple of months I change strings because the coating frays and the strings become a little dull. I always scrub my hands before playing 99.9% of the time. That helps a lot. I changed from Elixir lights to mediums a week ago on my acoustic mentioned above and because they are mediums it's a little harder on the fingers. I don't play quite as often as I used to but at least every other day. Besides changing back to light gauge as I need to now, I'm going to try these new D'Addario XS 12/53 coated strings and report back here. Also, on the 814 sample I can tell the difference between the two guitar string types. I totally prefer these new XS strings. I think they blend very well. What can make a difference also is the guitar pick you use.

  4. Jack Greene says:

    I bought a Taylor 214 ce plus that came with elixir strings the guitar played great but I tried many different strings on my martin and finally tried D’addario XS and have been playing them ever since and they play smooth and sound great.now I am putting them on my electrics.Great video

  5. Solo Dingo says:

    I;ve never had a choice, I'm a string killer. Uncoated strings last one night, then they're done for me. Dead. Elixir were a godsend to me. On all my guitars electric and acoustic. They last on and on and on and on. I'd be keen to try the xs. They gave the taylor a bit more body, deeper tone.,,but, I play Martin baritone, which already has a deeper tone, will they last as long? Mmmm Will try. Cheers

  6. Wistbacka says:

    XS are definitely richer in sound with more low end. But I wonder now… On grand auditoriums and upward in size, Elixirs might be better, because it sounds to me like the bass frequencies can become a bit too strong. But on an OM or OO, XS strings might be the way to go to provide more lows and mids. Or is this a stupid idea?

  7. Wistbacka says:

    Elixirs sound tinnier and brighter, while D'addario is fuller and more balanced. Not sure what I prefer for fingerstyle, but for strumming there was no comparison. D'addario won by a mile for strumming. Almost sounded like a dreadnought.

    But the question is if it is too bassy for fingerstyle then?… 🤔 Which is what I play mostly. I have used both Elixir and D'addario XS in the past. Liked both. But I have never heard them side by side like this.

  8. Downstairs at Max's says:

    I've exclusively used D'addario on my acoustics my whole life, anytime I've tried anything else I've always gone back (I guess in general we all stick mostly with what we're familiar). Ready to admit a big part of my preference might be bias, but after watching this I realize there really is a noticeable difference.

  9. Michael Moskaľ says:

    ive bought the Xs Daddario strings, and I regret it. The strings went dark in some spots on fretboard, and since from the beggining I was feeling, they arent as smooth as Elixirs. Elixir strings have lasted me months without goin dark, Daddarios went dark after few days. And the coated Elixirs were more smooth to slide along fretboard. I will never buy Daddarios again. I had to switch back to the old Elixir strings that i kept after switching, currently waiting for new ones to arrive.

  10. Big Roger says:

    Elixir strings are CHEAP WEAK strings with coating. I can’t play one 4 hour show with them. I’ve played them on different guitars and used 20-30 packs. For soft strumming and finger picking they’re fine. If you’re any kind of aggressive lead picker…they suck.

  11. Captaincrankys' Dock says:

    -I thought the D'addarios weren't quite as bright as the Elixirs. In certain situations, that might bode well for a male singer, placing the guitar under the vocals. The Elixirs might be more desirable of you were trying to emphasize the guitar, having it cut through a mix. I actually prefer Martin SP strings over the standard D'addario offerings, as (IMO) D'addario PBs sound a bit bland even brand new. As we all know, it can only get worse from there.

  12. King Charles III says:

    I tried a set of Elixir Nanoweb 12-53 on an acoustic, having always used standard D'Addario EJ16s. Just put a new set of EJ16s on, and they sound subdued, although I hadn't thought the Elixirs were particularly lively. Also, I had to loosen the truss rod quite a bit, which suggests the EJ16s are lower tension strings. Anyone else notice this? I'll be trying another set of Elixirs, and if all goes well, will make that a permanent swap.

  13. Charles says:

    For whatever reason I was searching "guitar strings' and stumbled upon this video and felt the need to weigh in.

    I'm old enough to remember when they first started making phosphor bronze strings, that they have become the standard today is the reason I was searching for something different because to my ear–they all sound the same.

    Frankly, I haven't been impressed with D'Adsario. For one reason, it simply annoyed me that when I bought my Taylor, of which I wish I had dropped the extra money on a Martin, D'Addario were/are recommended. That bugged me. Who are Taylor to tell me what strings I should use on my own guitar? Asside from the fact they are over-priced.

    For all their talk about the NYXL electric strings, they happen to be the only string I broke on my Jeff Beck Sig. Strat in 6 years. I now use Ernie Ball slinky's, exclusively.

    That said, I did switch to a custom guage on my Taylor, and yet, as I am changing my strings now, that eighteen dollar price tag leaves me not so impressed when they sound the same as any other gauge of phosphor bronze strings on the market. So I'm ditching them because I refuse to spend that kind of money on what has become an anticipated and rahter–boring–tone.

    I opted for a set of Martin Retro Nickel Wound strings, extra-light gauage, for half the price of a set of D'Addarios. And I am more than happy with them. They sound clean & good and, well, for the most part, will last just as long as a set of D'Addarions because I change my strings every 6 months no matter how they play.

    Like I said–I am old enough to remmeber when they frist came out with phosphor bronze.

    I would suggest to anyone to get away from D'Addarion strings. Don't buy into the hype or that Taylor recommends them. These nickel wound strings sound great on my Taylor, and being extra-light, they are very playable.

    Why shuck out twenty bucks when you can get just as good a set for half the price.

  14. Junk McNuggets says:

    the d'addario's weren't bad to play, but they definitely started to go to shit a lot sooner than the typical elixirs i use. so i just keep on using the elixirs unless i cant find em for whatever reason. the d'addarios were a bit cheaper if i recall also.

  15. Eric Patterson says:

    I just put a new set of these daderio XS coded strings and they sound amazing on my upper phone dove studio. They feel amazing and you're still amazing and you can literally see them vibrating when you pick them.

  16. Mike Garcia says:

    I just tried it. I'm a long time Elixer 80/20 Nanoweb user. I picked up a set of XT Dadario.
    I don't like them. I needed to put a bit of extra relief on the neck and to me they don't quite ring l.Ike Elixers. I also notice more squeak from these. Not worth the small savings to me.

  17. Benign or Design says:

    As a long time(10 years) Elixir user, both for Electric and Acoustic… D'addario here clearly wins at deep, rich clarity, which is similar to Elixir's full, soft, rich tones. It is not my preference, but it's definitely beautiful sounding.

  18. Brian Anderson says:

    I have tried the new D'Addario XS strings on a couple of guitars. Both are excellent strings and yes it is great to have a proper option now as Elixir's have been difficult to get at times. Not a whole lot of difference in sound, elixirs may be a tiny bit brighter, but I would be happy to use either.

  19. isadore alire says:

    I prefer DR over Elixir. The Elixir just aren't warm enough for my ear. This was a few tears back, and the dandruff from the coating bothersome. I have been very happy with the XS strings.

  20. Sherry Birchall says:

    Elixirs were better with every demonstration, although D'addarios also sounded great. I just felt that the Elixirs had some kind of magic sparkle that D'addarios didn't have.

  21. Mayhem Jack says:

    Do steel-string guitars really just sound that fuller when recorded? I just bought a new Yamaha and it sounds very bright, tinny, it definitely sounds like the acoustic guitar sound I have in my mind (which I always associate with folk music…or Bright Eyes), and while it sounds really good, it's sort of not what I'm looking for, as I want more rich low end. I don't know if it's just the stock strings, which I was told were D'Addario Lights, but I'm looking at the Elixirs now as I've read it praised on numerous forums. This is also my first acoustic steel-string guitar, I've been playing classical guitar for the past 20 years. I did have one steel-string for a while, but never really used it as it was just a cheap Christmas gift. I've used D'Addario's nylon strings a lot in the past, but I've never had this much "squeak," it's kind of disconcerting. I have had and played electric guitars, but this is a whole new experience in my guitar playing, it's exciting. Any recommendations?

  22. Deathscythe gaming says:

    I have used elixir nano web 11,10 and 9 gauge and last time I changed to d'Adarrio 10 gauge since one of my friend a far more good guitarist than me uses d'Addarrio strings and I thought it might be better 😁😁 but honestly I was disappointed with my first strumming.. Or maybe my ears are used to elixir strings 😅 I will be switching back to elixir 10 gauge this time 😅 just my opinion

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