Frequently Asked Questions

A: Back to food banks, educational services, and health clinics

A: We employ women from transitional programs who were once incarcerated. The extra money is able to help them transition back into society as well as equip them with job skills, organizational management, and more.

A: The three treble strings are a single nylon filament, while the three bass strings are made of a core of fine nylon threadlike filaments wound with silver-plated bronze or copper wire. Some electric strings do have nickel or cobalt in them.

A: With daily use the gold and rose gold strings tarnish but can be cleaned with a toothbrush or a piece of felt. The silver electric strings do not tend to tarnish.

A: No, they should not. If there is excess sweat then possibly.

A: If you are extremely sensitive to metals then there may be a reaction, but for the most part musical strings are engineered to be touch when played and do not contain any harmful materials.

A: If you want a custom piece please send a picture or what you would like to stringsforhope@gmail.com and we will get back to you.

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A: Yes, many sizes. The average size wrist for women is a size 7-7.5. For men is it closer to a 8-9