Elixir Nanoweb Mandolin Strings

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.

Nanowebs are the brighter version of Elixirs (Polywebs are the other), and in our shop they are the better sellers by far. The Nanoweb coating is thinner than the Polyweb coating, which gives these strings a tone closer to the out-of-the-box brightness of standard strings, as well as giving them a grip a bit more like uncoated strings.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
les bradshaw
Mandolin strings

All good arrived on time

Consistent quality as usual

Been using Elixir strings for years on all my guitars (acoustic and electric) and my mandolin. Consistent quality and tone. Shoreline is a great place to buy from.

Melissa Robb
Awesome service

Highly recommend purchasing from Shoreline....Elixir mandolin strings arrived timely, as described and with a personally handwritten thank you??!! Seriously?? That never happens!! Will definitely purshase through them again.

Edward BURNS
Elixer Strings

We have been Elixers on our Fender mando and our 6 and 12 string Maton guitars for about 10yrs now.. We live in a boat,in Townsville, North Queensland Australia (lots of humidity and sea air)
The Elixers deal with those problems very well, providing great tone and longevity. Would not have anything else!!

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