Was just checking them out , unfortunately you really have to pay attention. Labella offers a so called Baroque Set but alas it really isn't, it's for a Baroque RomanticoNo affiliation, just really good results by your truly in the past.. StringsByMail has a pretty good offering of individual classical/nylon type strings available. I've bought lots of D'addario and some LaBella in the past.
For basses (wound) strings:
https://www.stringsbymail.com/classical-guitar-strings-1/daddario-41/specialty-singles-114/silverplated-wound-340/Standard silverplayed wound over nylon filament core. Gauges 0.019 through 0.06 available.
For unwound, there are even more options. You may have to search deep in the menu/products to find brands that offer a good selection of conventional nylon singles and the like. But, rest assured, there ARE there. You might even check their specialty sets to see if they have most (but probably not all) of the gauges needed.
Prices are reasonable, although sometimes a few other sellers beat them on certain items.
FYI / Hope that helps.
Shish kabobs skewers, may have to change to something else. For sure need to use a board to clamp them because the clamps mashed them somewhat. I'm probably using Nygut strings so maybe dowels, I'm a little stumpedDowels or skewers?
Shish kabobs skewers, may have to change to something else. For sure need to use a board to clamp them because the clamps mashed them somewhat. I'm probably using Nygut strings so maybe dowels, I'm a little stumped
I'm using early Baroque rentrant tuning which will help. I was going to get Labella but all they offer is baroque Romantico from later on and I know they'd do a custom set but damn the cost. I could get gut from Italy cheaper