Martin Classical Guitar Strings - Ball Ends
- M260 Normal Tension - Ball End
- Silverplated Wound / Clear Nylon
- .028, .032, .040, .030, .035, .043 inches
- 0.71, 0.81, 1.02, 0.76, 0.89, 1.09 mm
- Computer Wound to exacting specifications for excellent consistency
- Strings stored in Martin's new 'Flow-wrap' nitrogen-sealed corrosion-preventing packaging
- Please see the Features tab for useful string care tips
The Martin M260 is a high quality classical guitar string in normal tension with a ball end. Martin strings are a great choice - get the high quality production standards that go in to Martin & Co. musical instruments and musical accessories, and excellent prices too. Rich, Full Bodied, Fresh, Crisp, Soothing, Energetic Tone.
The Martin Guitar Company has been continuously producing musical instruments that are acknowledged as the finest in the world for well over a century and a half. Through the years, Martin & Co. has managed to survive from generation to generation, from C.F. Martin Sr.'s Stauffer influenced creations in the 1830's to recent developments introduced by C.F. Martin IV. Six generations have managed to continuously operate Martin & Co. as a family-owned business. This remarkable feat is one of many that set Martin apart in the music industry as one with staying power.
Throughout their history, Martin has been able to adapt to continual changes in product design, distribution systems, and manufacturing methods. In spite of the need for these changes, Martin has never veered away from their commitment to quality. The strategy of producing the finest musical instruments available has been evident since 1833, and especially today at the expanded facility in Nazareth, Pennsylvania.
The focus on quality carries through to their guitar string production as well. Fine Selection Darco Hi-Performance Guitar Strings deliver performance and value without sacrificing tone.
String Care Tips
C.F. Martin & Co. designs strings for maximum performance and exacting tone. The following tips are provided to help you increase the longevity of your strings and help to maintain the richness and fullness of the tone:
- Tune, gently stretch and re-tune new strings prior to playing.
- Always wash and dry your hands prior to playing.
- After playing, use a soft, dry cloth to down the strings and fingerboard.
- Store unused strings in their original packaging in a dry location.
- Periodically check the saddle and nut for burrs that could result in string breakage; have burrs removed by a qualified repair center.
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