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D'Addario XL Chromes Flat Wound Bass Strings
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  • Ropes nets dishes that sound

    D'Addario XL Chromes Flat Wound Bass StringsPublished on 02/06/12 at 08:17
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    I wanted to test nets ropes courses, to gain roundness.
    I was on the forums to get competent advice and then finally I chose this set for my Cort A5 (5 strings so).
    I liked what type of strings: the flatwound gives a softer hit the nets round I was used to (all kinds of strings, usually D'Addario and GHS).
    The group of friends have also enjoyed the change.
    It loses a little shine and a gain in smoothness.
    On a set of 5 strings, the B string is 132 (against 125 in généra3 sets of "standard").
    Longevity is good (more than 6 months, losing only the "gloss" on the new, the sound is still there)
    A downside, however, with one of my groups, we play half tone lower, so we all go......
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    I wanted to test nets ropes courses, to gain roundness.
    I was on the forums to get competent advice and then finally I chose this set for my Cort A5 (5 strings so).
    I liked what type of strings: the flatwound gives a softer hit the nets round I was used to (all kinds of strings, usually D'Addario and GHS).
    The group of friends have also enjoyed the change.
    It loses a little shine and a gain in smoothness.
    On a set of 5 strings, the B string is 132 (against 125 in généra3 sets of "standard").
    Longevity is good (more than 6 months, losing only the "gloss" on the new, the sound is still there)
    A downside, however, with one of my groups, we play half tone lower, so we all go out of tune to avoid seeing all the fingerings. Pulling this standard supports bit manipulation and these strings are a little too soft in this config.
    These strings are a safe bet. I will however test other (DR flatwound), but I know I can go back to D'Addario if I can not find my happiness in other brands
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  • Super String, long hard trs

    D'Addario XL Chromes Flat Wound Bass StringsPublished on 07/20/11 at 07:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I used for many years, they last a long time, making a bass sound, however, you will lose in versatility.

    The slap is not empty with trs, but it can do is make it smaller.

    The finger and plectrum = IDAL
  • Excellent strings

    D'Addario XL Chromes Flat Wound Bass StringsPublished on 08/21/10 at 04:18 (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use D'Addario chromes in recent years. they sound great and last longer they are here in the format "super long scale" net flat format necessary for the Takamine TB10
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