Rotosound JK12 Acoustic Guitar Strings 12-54 are the best selling acoustic strings manufactured from high grade phosphor bronze wire to exacting tolerances. Bright, long lasting and extremely durable are the trademarks of these superior sets, all at a economical price.
Rotosound JK12 Acoustic Guitar Strings 12-54 Gauge:
12, 16, 24, 32, 44, 54
Founded in 1958 by James How as a small, UK based, family-owned and operated company, Rotosound core values are little changed today. More sophisticated machines, designed and built by the late founders son, Jason How, still produce high quality instrument strings using only the best materials and a great team of people who really love what they do. Each string is physically and visually inspected at every stage of the manufacturing process to get maximum consistency, ensuring each one is unrivalled in tone, tuning stability and durability.
Now sold in more than eighty countries across the globe, Rotosound JK12 Acoustic Guitar Strings 12-54 are not only used by some of the greatest guitarists , but continue to attract the best of the current and up and coming musicians. For over fifty years now their strings have changed the sound of rock and have been used on some of the most amazing albums recorded by some of the best artists in the business including Duff McKagan (Guns n’ Roses/Velvet Revolver), Billy Sheehan (Mr Big), Noel Redding (Jimi Hendrix), Guthrie Govan, Steve Harris (Iron Maiden) and Roger Waters (Pink Floyd). Rotosound are also the choice of strings for many of the world’s most contemporary successful bands such as The 1975, Rival Sons and Florence & The Machine.
Rotosound strings have played a large part in the history of music and the company plans to continue drawing on this rich legacy to continue being a major influence for decades to come.
Rotosound JK12 Acoustic Guitar Strings 12-54 still the world`s favourite acoustic string that has been around for decades and will continue to do so.
This set continues to remain the favourite string for such eminent performers as John Renbourn and Sir Bob Geldof.