Strings
5-string baritone flatwound sets
Discriminating players who seek a warm, jazzier tone often turn to flatwound strings. Flatwounds are much more expensive than roundwounds, but the difference is worth it for many folks. Here are the details:
String
Normal
Gauge
Light
Gauge
Ultralight
Gauge
 
PAYMENT: To buy 5-string flatwound sets using PayPal, simply make your selection below:
Gauge
End

To pay the old-fashioned way, use the shipping rates at the left and send a check or money order payable to

Emando.com
8027 242nd St SW
Edmonds, WA 98026
G (5th)
.054
.052
.050
 
D (4th)
.040
.038
.035
A (3rd)
.028
.026
.024
E (2nd)
.015
.014
.013
B (1st)
.011
.010
.009
The E and B strings are plain steel; the G, D and A strings are D'Addario Chromes (except the .054) flatwound with stainless steel. Sets are available with either loop-end or ball-end strings. You will automatically get ball-end strings unless you specify loop-end. Also be sure to specify the gauge you want.

PRICE: $15 a set, plus shipping.
 
Domestic shipping via U.S. mail
1 set
$4.75
   
2–3 sets
$5.75
   
4 sets
$7.75
   
5 or more sets
$7.75
     
(if you want to order more, let me know)
 
If you want to calculate the string tension you'll get when you put these strings on your mandolin, use this handy calculation tool. Along with your payment, please include your name, address (P.O. boxes OK), and e-mail address, and specify loop-end or ball-end.