Since the Ukulele appeared (approx. in 1874), gut strings was the only choice available. Through the production of modern synthetic materials and in particular of Nylon (1938), string manufacturing finally became low cost, and strings gained a good long life and high stability to climate changes. Despite this, with the decline of gut something important was lost: its special feel and its ability to imitate at best human voice, this quality for decades could not be recovered. - Made by hand as before, the gut strings of these sets allow you to enjoy the authentic sounds of the ‘Roaring Twenties’.