Warwick Bass Guitar Strings

Warwick has been a premier name on the bass guitar scene since it was founded in 1982 by Hans-Peter Wilfer. Not limited to making incredible bass guitars, Warwick has also focused their attention on making top-quality bass guitar strings. Warwick believes that you can have the greatest bass guitar in the world, but if it doesn't have equally great strings, it's not going to sound as good as it could. With Warwick bass guitar strings, your grooves are going to come alive like never before.

Determining the right strings for you can come down to a number of factors, including how many strings your bass takes. For example, if you're playing a five string bass you might love options like the ML5B EMP COATED 5-String Bass Strings Medium Light or the M5B EMP COATED 5-String Bass Strings Medium. These strings feature enhanced molecular protection, which is an ultra-thin coating that helps to protect your bass strings from corrosion. Even though these strings are coated, they play like an uncoated set, so you get an amazing combination of tone and longevity. If you're a bassist who performs with a six string bass, you'll want the ML6 EMP COATED 6-String Bass Strings Medium Light or M6 EMP COATED 6-String Bass Strings Medium options. Similarly, with a four string bass, check out the M4 EMP COATED Bass String Medium and ML4 EMP COATED Bass Strings Medium Light options.

If you're looking for Warwick's top of the line strings, you'll want to grab a set of their Black Label Stainless strings. Available for four, five, and six string basses, these strings are remarkably responsive and highlighted by robust, deep tones that will impress even the most seasoned of bass players. With a difference you can instantly hear, you'll definitely appreciate these strings.

Whichever Warwick strings you choose, you're sure to be impressed with their quality. By taking the time to do things right, Warwick have established themselves as a string maker that bass players around the world can trust.

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