They’re the NB1047 nickel bronze from D’addario (10 gauge)… after trying multiple strings, these come the closest to an electric in my experience. They’re still much stiffer like an acoustic set tends to be but much more comfortable. They sound the same as the traditional phosphor bronze, at least to my beginner ears…and my hammer-ons are much more pronounced now :).
By the way, I also think I may have bought a Monday/Friday guitar Referring to this video of course I Saved ALL My Money to Buy The Coolest Guitar - Here's What I Learned - YouTube. It’s a PRS AX20E. There are a few finish issues (the most in obvious of them pictured below; just how common are such issues in the grain on tops btw?? It’s perfectly plain and smooth.) which attempt to ruin an otherwise excellent playing guitar. Still, I love the thing and I think will really help in my consolidation work as well as with certain pieces which sound the best on acoustic rather than a clean electric.
Hoping the post is useful to the folks in the same boat who just couldn’t easily transition to an acoustic guitar.
PS. They also look like electric strings!