Gabriel Tenorio Nickel Steel hand wound strings back in stock!

Gabriel Tenorio Nickel Steel hand wound strings back in stock!

Thank you for your patience with this, myself and Gabriel have been working on a method that better caters for the ever increasing demand for his strings here in the UK which has meant much bigger stock orders than originally received. Gabriel has also slightly streamlined his variations of strings meaning the scale lengths aren't as important and these sets will suit a better variety of guitar models than previously done.
For this first large stock order batch I have the mega popular JM50 and JM46 Jazzmaster sets, alongside the 11-49s, Super 10s, Bigsby 11-52s, UK Heavys for bigsbys and floating trem guitars, and Jag 11-52s!

Further stock orders being planned and hopefully we can see a much more consistent stock level here to help keep those who are big fans of these round core strings nicely catered for!

Thanks to Gabriel, and thanks for your continued support of these great strings as the players!
An update on Gabriel Tenorio Strings..

An update on Gabriel Tenorio Strings..

Demand has quite honestly been overwhelming in recent months for Mr Tenorio's hand wound strings, which is a testament to the quality of the strings along with the work spent establishing them over the past 2 years here in the UK and Europe. But it has meant we've had to quickly re-evaluate how to meet this huge spike in demand, so I wanted to update you all with where we're at!

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