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Gauges 13-17-26-34-44-54. Vintage sound.
Vintage, smooth bass tones.
Smooth, warm, and balanced.
Dressed up in black nylons.<br />
Rotosound Trubass strings come dressed up in black nylons for extra low-end appeal.
Flat Wound Series Bass Guitar Strings- Group III (45-100), Group IV (40-95)
FB45, FB65, FB85, FB105
Gauges: 11, 14, 22, 28, 38, 48.
Reduce finger noise with these phosphor bronze strings.
Get deep with GHS Stainless Steel Precision Flatwound bass strings. They play super-smooth thanks to a...
Gauges 12-16-24-32-42-52. Vintage sound.
Clear and brilliant.
Make history and compelling music with these flatwound bass strings when you depend on Fender.
Chrome strings are wound and polished, leaving you with a smooth feel and great tone. 13-17-26-35-45-56<br />
Phosphor bronze strings provide warm tone and sustain.
Mellow timbre, good power.
Full toned; easy on the fingers.
Mellow toned, powerful, perfect for semi-acoustic and acoustic jazz guitars.
A high-quality flat wound string like the D'Addario Chromes is the only way to get the warm, fundamentally...
With a mellower sound and longer playing life than roundwound strings, flatwound strings are quite often the preferred choice amongst jazz players, and are even used by many rockabilly and blues guitarists. No doubt, whether you're an experienced player of flatwounds or simply interested in exploring another area of your playing, you don't need to look any further than this section.
In this catalog, you'll discover flatwound strings for a wide variety of stringed instruments, including the guitar, bass, mandolin and ukulele. From D'Addario and Thomastik to Fender, GHS and Martin, all the big string brands are here. In fact, these companies are trusted worldwide by flatwound string players, so you can be sure that whatever you decide upon, the strings you're performing with have been crafted with meticulous attention to durability and tone.
For a flatwound string that's warm on the ears and easy on the fingers, the D'Addario Chrome extra light electric guitar strings consist of stainless steel underwindings on hex cores, and the colored ball ends are coated with a new paint that makes each string easily recognizable. Exceptionally playable and long-lasting, these flatwound guitar strings sound great in both live and studio settings. In the bass department, the Thomastik JF344 long scale jazz bass strings perform amazingly, and the highly flexible steel core on each string gives them a balanced feel and distinct character. Strong, silky and consistent, the Thomastik JF344 flatwound bass strings can make any bass player's strongest skills fully realized.
When using flatwound strings, you'll quickly notice that they have a very smooth touch, as well as a darker tone when compared to the bright harmonics of roundwound strings. In fact, flatwound strings can be heard on many famous recordings by the Beatles, and John Entwistle's bass performance on the original recording of "My Generation." Simply put, flatwound strings offer a unique playing experience to musicians of all levels.