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MF MD HG01 Electric Guitar Month 06-19-18

GHS Bass Guitar Strings

Results & Compare List:
  1. GHS Pressurewound Rollerwound Electric Bass Strings Light 40-96
  2. GHS RC-M3045 Round Core Boomers Medium Electric Bass Strings (45-105)
  3. GHS RC-L3045 Round Core Boomers Light Electric Bass Strings (40-95)
  4. GHS Boomers Long Scale Plus Medium Light Bass Guitar Strings
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    GHS Pure Nickel Roundwound Light 40-126
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    GHS Pure Nickel Roundwound Med 44-130
  7. New
    GHS Pressurewound Rollerwound Electric Bass Strings Med 44-128
  8. New
    GHS Precision Flats Electric Bass Strings Light 45-95
  9. New
    GHS Pure Nickel Roundwound Bass Strings BEAD Tuning Med-Light 60-125
  10. New
    GHS Bass Boomers Roundwound Bass Strings BEAD Tuning Heavy 70-140
  11. New
    GHS Pure Nickel Roundwound Med 44-106
  12. GHS Pure Nickel Roundwound Light 40-101
  13. New
    GHS Pure Nickel Roundwound Bass Strings Med. 44-106
  14. GHS Big Core 5-String Drop Tuning Bass Guitar Strings (45-130)
  15. GHS Pressurewound Rollerwound Electric Bass Strings Light 40-96
  16. GHS Crossovers NS Design 5-String Upright Electric Bass Strings (47-128)
  17. GHS RC-5MDYB Round Core Boomers Medium 5-String Electric Guitar Strings (45-130)
  18. GHS RC-ML3045 Round Core Boomers Medium/Light Electric Bass Strings (45-100)
There aren't many parts on your bass guitar that make as big a difference to your sound as the strings themselves. With that in mind, there's simply no substitute for an amazing set of strings when you're looking to get the best possible performance out of your instrument. Offering an impressive range of bass guitar strings, GHS gives your total control to fine-tune your bass for just the right feel and sound. If you like to play it big and loud, check out the GHS Boomers line of strings. These are beefy roundwounds that pack a serious punch in any of the gauges they come in. They're also the most popular GHS bass strings, and there are great reasons for that: you get a heap of power and brilliant tone, as well as a set of strings that are durable enough to last for gig after gig after gig.

Every bassist has their own style, of course, so if roundwounds aren't for you, take a look at the Precision Flatwound and Brite Flats strings instead. Well-suited to highly technical genres, these strings give you plenty of agility and the smoother surfaces will slide more easily under your fingertips with less fret noise. If you play laid-back music like vintage rock and jazz, flatwound strings could be the perfect choice for you.

For the acoustic bassists among us, GHS makes phosphor-bronze strings as well. Sets like the L9000 sound great whether or not you're plugged in, featuring phosphor-bronze wrap wires around stainless steel for tuning stability, long life and high-end sound with every strum or pick.

When you need a string that sounds better for longer, GHS knows how to deliver. Every set of GHS bass guitar strings is designed to put out stellar sound quality while being durable enough to provide above-average reliability. They'll keep you grooving longer between changes - and isn't that what it's all about?
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