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Dunlop Super Bright Steel Medium 4-String Bass Guitar Strings
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Dunlop Super Bright Bass Strings are designed for bass players who want to stand out in the mix with a crisp top end without sacrificing any fundamen...Read More
Clear tone, lighter tension and excellent playing response.
Dunlop Super Bright Bass Strings are designed for bass players who want to stand out in the mix with a crisp top end without sacrificing any fundamental. Carefully designed and tested by a team of bass players, Super Bright Bass Strings sing with clear, defined highs that are supported by a fat, balanced bottom that keeps your sound full and round. Lighter tension provides a superior response to playing nuances, and the silky smooth feel of each string provides superior playing comfort. With extra-long life and exceptional string to string balance, Dunlop Super Bright Bass Strings allow the natural voice of your bass to come through.
- Clear, defined highs & fat, balanced lows
- Lighter tension
- Superior response to playing nuances
- Guages: 45-65-85-105
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Comments about Dunlop Super Bright Steel Medium 4-String Bass Guitar Strings:
I'm always a little wary of products that claim to have vast improvements or new technologies...especially strings. I mean c'mon, it's wire wrapped around wire, right? But when I was ordering other strings, I decided the price was right to try a couple of sets out.
I put a set on my "practice" bass, an early 80's Ibanez Roadstar P-bass copy. And the first time I fired it up...wow, there was something going on there.
For lack of a better term, these strings sound like they've been EQ'd the way I would if I were recording. A little dip around 300 Hz, and a bit of a boost at 50Hz and 4kHz. And the feel of the strings was not what I was expecting for a 45-105 set. They felt more like a 40-100 (or lighter). Yet, they still had the output that I would normally associate with a heavier gauge set.
Since I just put them on, I can't speak to the life of the strings, but as inexpensive as these are, I could afford to change them every other show.
If there's one drawback to these, it's that they sound a little "choked" when I play with a pick (which is over half the time). For that reason, I don't think they would work for me live. But if you're a finger-style player, and especially if you're a slap/pop player these strings have your name written all over them. Try a set for yourself.