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Fender 7250ML Super Bass Medium Light Strings
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Gauges 45-65-80-100.If you've played a Fender bass lately, chances are that you've tried the Super Bass 7250 strings. That's because they're installe...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 the Super Bass 7250 strings. That's because they're installed as original factory equipment on Fender basses that are strung through the bridge. String up a set of Super 7250ML strings on your bass and keep your sound "factory fresh."
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These strings are just a good value and last a long time even with much play. I've tried GHS and these last longer, sound brighter as well. Very Happy with this product for my Fender P Bass. They just work well together.
I know, I know. Replace your strings every month. With these that I got on a Squier pack (dont get the pack) they've lasted me 2 years. No joke. Whenever they start to sound dead, I just take them off and put them back on. They still sound freaking amazing. They have the bright punchy highs and mids and sweet lows. I'll be honest. Next time I get strings, these'll be them.
Specs for P-Bass's on the Fender and Squier websites show most strung with 7250ML's, which are Fender's "Super Bass" nickel plated steel roundwound's.I have been playing a Squier VM P-bass for a while. I like the stock strings so I picked up a pack of 7250ML's to replace them. The 7250's I bought are FANTASTIC, and definitely are not the same strings the bass came with.The new strings have black silk, with the ends lining up nicely an inch above the nut. They also have large brass colored ball ends. The stock string have red silk, the silks do not line up at the head stock, and they have small, chromed ball ends.The new strings have a super nice, smooth feel to them with a nickel color and close, tightly aligned windings. The original strings look like chromes, have a much rougher feel with more open-looking windings.To my ears, the new strings have a great balance between warmth and bite - you can thump 'em and you can twang 'em and they sound fantastic either way. And, again, they are a complete joy under your fingers.The old strings have a nice tone too, but are definitely on the bright side with much less depth overall. And they don't feel particularly good under the fingers - not bad, just not inviting like the new strings.If you've got a recent Fender or Squier P spec'd with the 7250's and you like them like I did, do youself a favor and try a pack of the real-deal 7250's - you won't be disappointed. And if you are - at this price a set you can't go too far wrong.