Elixir Nanoweb Acoustic Guitar Strings 3-Pack

Elixir Strings are brought to you by W.L. Gore and Associates, an innovator in PTFE polymer since 1958 (think Teflon). If you're a skier and a hiker like me, you've probably used Gore-Tex clothing for years. Now, they turn this expertise to making polymer coatings for their Elixir guitar strings, and the results are striking. You don't have to spend long in any guitar-related discussion before someone eventually begins praising the long-lasting tone of these popular strings. It's this long-lasting tone that has led many major guitar manufacturers to ship their guitars already strung with Elixir strings.

Customer Reviews

Based on 16 reviews
My all time favorite strings

I have been using Elixir nanoweb strings for many years. They last a long time and even when they really need to be changed they don’t go dead like other strings, they just lose some volume. I play guitar every week at church so my strings get a lot of use. I always buy them at Shoreline.


Last long but tone not as good as J Pearse.

Shoreline - the best, again!

I have now purchased several pickup systems and sets of strings from Shoreline. As with each time before they are great to deal with. Fast shipping and the best prices around. This latest purchase - a three-pack set of Elixir Nano 80/20 acoustic guitar strings came in less than the price of two packs at any store you can travel to. Elixir strings last generally 6 to 9 months of daily playing! The coated strings are comfortable to play and reduce string squeak as well. Love them. Put them all my guitars for the last several years. One in awhile I'll try something else but I always come back to Elixir - and to Shoreline!

Nothing lasts longer

It’s the gold standard no one has matched. Buy them.

My favorite strings

Elixer Nanoweb Phosphor Bronze are still my favorite strings. The just sound better for longer than any other strings out there for most of my guitars. Even the D'Addario EXPs. in my opinion which are my other favorite just doesn't last as long. I favor the Bluegrass set which runs 12s thru 56. They give me the best playability for finger pickin or hard strumming.

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