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Dean Markley 2670 Blue Steel Cryogenic Extra Light Bass Strings  

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Gauges 40-55-75-95.It's simply amazing what a little -320° liquid nitrogen can do to a guitar string. Put set of Dean Markley Blue Steel strings on y...Read More

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Great tone and extended life!

Gauges 40-55-75-95.

It's simply amazing what a little -320° liquid nitrogen can do to a guitar string. Put set of Dean Markley Blue Steel strings on your bass and hear what all the excitement is about. Twice the tone and twice the life.


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Dean Markley2670 Blue Steel Cryogenic Extra Light Bass Strings
 
4.0

(based on 7 reviews)

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5.0

GREAT BASS STRINGS...

By RICHARD G.

from Los Angeles

Comments about Dean Markley 2670 Blue Steel Cryogenic Extra Light Bass Strings:

I actually love these bass string the feel of these things make it all worth while i have tried a lot of other brands including DR and i prefer these over all of them...i always seem to miss these when i switch to other brands, the clarity of the punch is so much there and stands out in the mix....the sound that i go for is a deep bassy end with a strong punch and a good trebled controlled hi-end sound and these guys help me in the end ...especially live and for recording!

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By Dave-DNA

from Milwaukee, wi

Comments about Dean Markley 2670 Blue Steel Cryogenic Extra Light Bass Strings:

Blue Steels sound great when you first put them on, but die rather quickly. The last set I bought went dead on me within an hour. I've had better luck with Earnie Ball and D'Adario which are in the same price range, but my string of choice these days are DR's. There are a handful of gimmick strings out there, and the "Cryogenic Blue Steel" strings are definitely one of them.

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5.0

Definition

By BASSDUDE-h4Y3C

from Fiji Islands

Comments about Dean Markley 2670 Blue Steel Cryogenic Extra Light Bass Strings:

These strings are all about definition, clarity, presence. Hardened steel is denser and cuts the magnetic field on the pickup with greater mass. Also the windings on these strings have defined edges that also make a clearer print in the field but they still don't seem to cut up my fingers. The harder steel has more congruent vibrational characteristics that make for fewer incidental harmonics resulting from incongruent vibrations more common in softer metal. The result is clarity and definition. I know this sounds like a frigging commercial but I'm just an engineer who thinks he understands the physics behind the sound.

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5.0

Dean Markley Blue Steels

Comments about Dean Markley 2670 Blue Steel Cryogenic Extra Light Bass Strings:

Don't be fooled by the size of these strings. Because they are extra light people tend to think that they snap easily. That is not the case. I've been slapping on the same set for almost a year now. These strings have the perfect feel to them.

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2.0

Sound good, but will break.

By Bigtallbiscuit

from Marshall, MN

Comments about Dean Markley 2670 Blue Steel Cryogenic Extra Light Bass Strings:

These strings sound good, but will break. In the strings' defense, I didn't realize they were light gauge when I bought them. My main style of playing is slapping/plucking, so indeed I should have gotten heavier strings, but even then, these strings were on my bass for less than 15 minutes before I snapped the G string. As I was waiting for my new set of Ernie Ball's to come in the mail, I just moved down to the EAD strings, so I could still play. About an hour later, the D string broke. That's a .065 gauge string, not to mention that I bought these in the store for almost. Even with the slapping/plucking they should have lasted a lot longer than that. The strings I had on my bass before were on there for over a year, and they underwent the same "abuse" as these did.

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Dean Markley 2670 Blue Steel Cryogenic Extra Light

Comments about Dean Markley 2670 Blue Steel Cryogenic Extra Light Bass Strings:

The Dean Markley 2670 Blue Steel Cryogenic Extra Light Bass Strings are the best strings I have ever played on. I'll start off by saying as a bassist for six years I have used many other strings and none of them had the amazing clarity, profound string life and wicked range.I have these Dean strings on both my Peavy and Ibanez four string basses. I also enjoy the ease of play that these strings allow. The Dean Markley 2670 Blue Steel Cryogenic Extra Light Bass Strings have a tuning range from E standard all the way to C standard. In conclusion these are excellent strings for all bassists.

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5.0

Only the best

By Dirtysidedown Bass

from Columbus, Ohio

Comments about Dean Markley 2670 Blue Steel Cryogenic Extra Light Bass Strings:

Look, there's nothing better than this set of strings. I keep my MTD strung with Blue Steel extra Lights, and they sound so sweet running through my Svt4 pro and Ampeg 8x10 cab. I've done a large amount of road work and these babies have never let me down. They don't bust, they don't fade and they rarely, if ever, go out of tune. Quit F'n around with all the other crap on the market. Blues may cost a bit more but you'll pay more in buying cheap strings if you pass on these.

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