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Epiphone SEBE-60 M Roundwound Bass Strings   

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4-string set of nickel-plated steel roundwound bass guitar strings. Gauges: .045, .065, .080, .105....Click To Read More About This Product

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4-string set of nickel-plated steel roundwound bass guitar strings. Gauges: .045, .065, .080, .105.


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2.3

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1.0

Avoid...

By Neon_Knightmare

from Rapid City, SD

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These strings have the uncanny ability to make even the most perfectly set-up bass twang, buzz, and warble. And forget about special tunings. Essentially, the strings have an extremely bright, flabby tone that gets downright twangy and is well suited to use in a jug band. I basically had a set of some unknown brand on a bass that I'd just purchased, and all I knew is that they'd been on there for at least 6 months. The gauges appeared to be the usual medium, so I changed them out with a cheap pack of Epis. Mistake. Before Epiphone, my tone was dead, but I had no buzz anywhere. I used the old strings to set the action, truss, and neck angle -- no problems. After Epiphone, BZZZT-TWAAAAAANG-BVRRRRP. The inevitable strike of the proverbial "flab." I shudder at the thought of what a brass string nut would do in conjunction with these. Unless you're in a country/bluegrass band and actually WANT some twang, I'd have to advise against these strings, unless you tune to F# or something. Get D'addarios instead if you need bang for your buck.

 
4.0

They're not bad, but they're not good.

By MakeshiftEmpire

from Watertown, SD

They're alright strings. I've got them on my T-Bird Bass right now, so luckily the bass makes up for the low-end that the strings lack, but they sound pretty cheap on my P-Bass. Comparable to Fender strings.

 
2.0

You get what you pay for

By kilocrom246

from Florida

I'm all for thrifty spending, but I must admit, I really wished I had spent the extra $$ on my last set of strings. It might be based on my preference, but I thought these were the worst strings I've ever played with. Then again, look at the price, you get what you pay for.

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