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La Bella Acoustic Gryphon High Tuned 12-String

La Bella Acoustic Gryphon High Tuned 12-String
La Bella Strings


Author La Bella Strings
Publisher La Bella Strings
Departments La Bella Strings
Style Acoustic Folk
Gauge Custom
Material Phosphor Bronze
No. of Strings 12
Our price: £17.69
including VAT20



Acoustic Gryphon High Tuned 12-String

Phosphor Bronze

Set GR-12
.009 1 .011 2
.015 3 .020W 4
.029W 5 .042W 6
.009 1 .011 2
.015 3 .020W 4
.029W 5 .042W 6

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