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When it comes to electric bass guitar strings that feel great, sound exceptional, and last through countless hard-hitting performances, Thomastik is a name that bass players can always count on. In fact, Thomastik's catalog of electric bass strings covers everything from roundwound jazz string sets to flatwounds for 6-string bass models, and much more. Simply put, when you want to be sure that you're reaching your greatest level of low-end groove potential, Thomastik has an electric bass guitar string set with your name on it.

For those who aren't familiar with the difference between roundwound and flatwound strings, understanding some of the characteristics of each will make it easier to decide which set would be more fitting for you. Thanks to their versatility, roundwounds are the most common type, and are typically favored for the bright tone they're capable of delivering. Thomastik has more than enough roundwound options to choose from, and the EB344 Medium-Light Power Bass Roundwound 4-String Bass Strings are one of their most popular choices. Handmade by experts, these strings have a thin steel hex core that makes them very flexible, while the massive Magnecore winding helps to produce terrific clarity in any setting.

Of course, Thomastik has plenty of flatwound string sets as well. Flatwounds are known for their smooth and silky feel, durability, and mellow sound that's ideal for jazz, and even reggae. If flatwound strings sound appealing to you, then be sure to try the JF344 Flatwound Long Scale 4-String Jazz Bass Strings. Consistent, warm, and balanced, these strings are nickel flatwound with a round core, and their overall tone is very similar to the sound of a double bass.

And your electric bass guitar string options go well beyond these two choices. In the end, just keep in mind that when you choose Thomastik, you're going with a company that has been specializing in strings for a wide array of instruments since 1919; in other words, making you sound your best is what Thomastik does best.