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Fender 7250M Super Bass Medium Strings
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Gauges 45-65-85-105.If you've played a Fender bass lately, chances are that you've tried their Super Bass 7250 strings. That's because these are the ...Click To Read More About This Product
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If you've played a Fender bass lately, chances are that you've tried their Super Bass 7250 strings. That's because these are the bass strings installed as original factory equipment on Fender basses that are strung through the bridge. String up a set of Super 7250M strings on your bass and keep your sound "factory fresh."
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I prefer Fender bass strings because of sound and durability especially when touring with 5-7 shows a week. Fender outperforms most strings on the today.VWL on tour with"Joe Nichols"
I went through lots of asking questions to figure out what kind of string was on my new fender p-bass cause any other string I have used just didnt cut it. Once I figured out the superbass 7250m's were the string I havent used any other. It gives off great low tones while at the same time giving great highs and mids.
These strings sounded absolutely perfect for about two weeks. Since then, the tone has REALLY faded. Aside from that, though, they don't break and they're a lot easier to play in contrast to DR or D'Addario.
I purchased a new fender jazz bass, and was overwhelmed withthe joy I experienced with the sound of the factory strings.I just had to know who these great sounding strings were made by.After a little digging on line, I found out that all new fender basses were shipped out with Fender 7259M Super Bass Strings.I will say this, "I will now use these strings on all my basses".Go Fender, Go! You are the bomb!
these are the worst strings ever. the day that i got yhem i was tuning them into drop D and the E string snapped. so just trying to get by i was tuning the rest of them and another string broke the worst strings i have ever had
so i got these strings.after i bought some other strings that were very bad, but after i put these on...my bass has never sounded better.good job, fender.
I have the 5 string version of this set of strings. I hate that the B and E strings are not tapered. Otherwise these strings are awesome. They have the smooth nickel-plated feel with the sound of steel strings. They are super long and will give you atleast 5 loops around the tuners even with the string through bodies. The tension is not too tight and not too loosey goosey. They are about medium tension so you can slap/pop with ease. These pups are very hot but not harsh or overbearing. If you didn't know any better you would swear that these pups were active. The growl and clarity is unbelievable. The magnets are huge! The pups come with nice cushunny rubber washers for easy pup adjustments. I have my strings set up on a Fender jazz 5 string MIM (4+1) config with 5 string quarterpound bassline pups running through an SWR workingman pro amp. Finally a tone that can cut through any mix with no problems. finally!