Curt Mangan 'That Pedal Show' Signature Guitar Strings – 11-52 Dan Set
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Curt Mangan have partnered up with Mick Taylor and Dan Steinhardt of That Pedal Show, who use and speak very highly of these fantastic handmade strings:
"We first played Curt Mangan strings late in 2018. Our friend Matt Schofield had been telling us forever how much we’d like them and we just thought, “Ah, strings are strings are strings…” And then we tried some.
The decision was instant – a combination of a lovely smooth feel, intuitive bendability and above all, great tone. We ordered a few boxes and started using them on all our guitars, before deciding that some tweaks to the standard gauges would be cool… and this little idea came to fruition!"
Curt Mangan have made it possible to buy either Mick or Dan's exact set
This set in particular is Dan Steinhardt's signature set
• Play the exact strings that Dan Steinhardt chooses and plays from That Pedal Show
• Hex core shape lends to a great playing, punchy sounding string with real low end 'snap' on the bottom strings and singing highs on the top
• Legendary durability ensures consistently great sound and playability between string changes
• 100% handmade string using USA-made metals and wound in Cortez, Colorado USA
About Curt Mangan:
Real Strings! Real Tone! Real Players! That's what Curt Mangan have been doing since 2004. We are a small company dedicated to making great strings with big tone and we believe in proudly building only hand-crafted strings in small batches.
Every batch of Curt Mangan® strings is play-tested to make sure they have that tension balanced feel with a clear, solid tone. Curt Mangan build over 700 boutique, premium quality single strings and upwards of 300 packaged sets for acoustic, electric and classical guitar, acoustic and electric bass guitar, mandolin, banjo, bajo sexto and quinto, plus other instruments.
These are regular Curt Mangan FusionMatched® nickel-wound strings in the following gauges for Dan Steinhardt's set: