• Nashville Based Guitar and Bass String Manufacturer Stringjoy Enters Mandolin String Market

    Stringjoy enters mandolin string market

    NASHVILLE, TENN. — Stringjoy, makers of acoustic and electric guitar and electric bass strings based in Nashville since 2014 have announced their entry into the mandolin market with the launch of seven inaugural sets.

    About the launch, Stringjoy President Scott Marquart told us, "Offering a line of mandolin strings was the #1 request we received from dealers at the NAMM SHow. We listened and have been hard at work on making it a reality ever since."

    Stringjoy Mandolin Strings will be available in phosphor bronze Naturals (10-38, 11-40, 11.5-41), coated phosphor Foxwoods (10-38, 11-40, 11.5-41) and 80/20 bronze Brights (10-34) lines starting Thursday, July 27 and are accepting dealer orders starting today.

    NOTE: links to the mandolin string pages will be made available to the public this coming Thursday, July 27.

    Additional Information

    Stringjoy Mandolin Strings
    Comments 5 Comments
    1. Mandolin Cafe's Avatar
      Mandolin Cafe -
      For the inevitable question, pricing will appear on their website when the pages are published Thursday. That information was not made available to us.
    1. lenf12's Avatar
      lenf12 -
      Can it be assumed that these sets are all round wound?

      Len B.
      Clearwater, FL
    1. BeachMando's Avatar
      BeachMando -
      Love these on guitar, very excited to give them a try!
    1. Mandolin Cafe's Avatar
      Mandolin Cafe -
      They just published their main mandolin page. See it here.
    1. keith.rogers's Avatar
      keith.rogers -
      Their coated sets are a bit lower than the current online price for D'A XS, but the regular sets are a little high, even on acoustic guitar (IMO). Still, I'll try a set of the coated ones when I restring, and some 80/20s on an acoustic guitar. (I don't know about the rest of you folks, but I come here for new ideas on how to spend money )