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You have a distinct way about you when you get into the groove with your bass guitar, so it only makes sense that you'd want a distinct type of bass guitar string. Flatwound strings, with their unique construction, are almost certainly what you're after. Regardless of your playing style, a set of flatwound strings are definitely going to bring out the best in you and your bass guitar. Like many strings, flatwounds have either a round or hex core. What sets them apart, however, is the fact that their winding wires have a shallow profile when tightly wound thanks, in part, to their rounded square cross sections. This construction style makes them more comfortable to play than the alternatives. Additionally, flatwound strings are known to have longer lives, due to their smaller grooves, which allow less build-up of dirt and oil. Easier playability, plus longer life; it's no wonder you want to string your bass with flatwound strings.

So which flatwound strings are right for you? Well, that's totally a matter of personal preference. If you have a favorite brand, you may want to go with their offerings. If, on the other hand, you have no real preference, you may want to simply check out some of our best sellers and make your decision from there. Options like the ECB82 Chromes Flatwound Medium Bass Strings from D'Addario and the Fender 9050L Stainless Steel Flatwound Long Scale Bass Strings - Medium  are two of our more popular strings among bassists, and it's little wonder as to why. These strings offer wonderfully warm tone as well as a smooth playing style. Other popular options include the Rotosound RS77LD Jazz Bass Monel Flat Wound Strings, the Thomastik JF345 Flatwound 5-String Jazz Bass Strings, and the Ernie Ball 2810 Flatwound 5-String Bass Strings Set.

With so many different options, half the fun comes from picking and choosing which strings will best complement your sound. Take a look around, choose a few flatwound options and, most importantly, get out there and start playing! When you find the strings that are perfect for you, you'll know, and you'll never look back.