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For nearly half a century, Dunlop has been supplying bassists all around the world with high-quality, tone-rich strings. From their humble beginnings as a small, family-owned company to their current place as one of the most respected names in music, Dunlop has strived to develop gear for players who truly live to play live. Dunlop strings are made in America, developed and manufactured in their state-of-the-art facility in Benicia, California. Thanks to their forward-thinking design ideas, and good old fashioned quality craftsmanship, Dunlop has become the go-to brand for some of the most popular and renowned bass players active today. With a list of musicians that includes artists like Tommy Stinson of the Replacements, Tom Araya of Slayer, Este Haim, Lexxi Foxx of Steel Panther, Robert Trujillo of Metallica, Michael Anthony of Van Halen & Chickenfoot, you can trust that you're in good company when you string your bass with a set of Dunlops.

Because Dunlop makes such a wide assortment of bass strings, you'll be able to find a great set here for you, regardless of your playing style. It's worth remembering, however, that half the fun in finding the perfect set of strings is experimenting with different styles, so be sure to take some time and look around. These strings all offer warm and harmonically rich tones that will help any bottom end stand out. Some, such as the Robert Trujillo Icon Series Bass Guitar Strings even go the extra mile to help you channel the sound of musical heroes by being designed with specific playing styles of genres in mind. Its small touches such as these that make Dunlop such a leader in bass string design.

Whether you're just starting out with the bass or headed out on your next big tour, a great set of strings makes all the difference. Dunlop knows this, which is why they manufacture strings that sound amazing and are built to last. Bassists throughout the musical landscape trust their sound to Dunlop, and its time that you did the same.