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Tenor Ukulele Strings
The biggest of the standard tuned ukuleles. As well as being longer than the other strings, they are also wider.
Tenor ukulele strings are often low-G, so make sure you check whether the strings are low-G or re-entrant before you buy them.
The low-G string will be wound (nylon strings with steel wrapped round them to make them thicker). In some cases, the C string on tenor ukuleles will also be wound. Personally, I don't like these as they create a different tone from the pure nylon strings.