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  • zekragashzekragash

    Dr Strings Fat-BeamsPublished on 06/13/05 at 16:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    These strings are just WOW!
    From 45 to 65 -85 -105 Fully hand made.
    They have a very large Longva and offer the same level of rponse on all strings.
    They sound very Marcus Miller's Slap!
    Harmonics are powerful and slap dead notes sound like on "The Sun Do not Lie"
    I was ahead of Rotosound and addario ... there is no picture! I dsormais n'achte more than that ..
    Report quality excellent price if they are on the net to achte USD (approx 20) .. or they are Chréa (40 45 4c) and difficult to find in music stores in the provinces
  • make it/egizumake it/egizu

    Dr Strings Fat-BeamsPublished on 03/08/06 at 04:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    3 months, it rang in the early modern jazz funk that said the ground in 45 c ... lege, ls string bass is 30 years his q'j'en to buy .. they wear out quickly (although yours but the agreement ) they should put 3 pack for the price of 2! with experiance I buy ls bootzylla 50/110 of the same brand in toto the qualitée I find the smith of the 80's space funk to say.
  • crow12crow12

    Good first impression

    Dr Strings Fat-BeamsPublished on 08/05/11 at 04:01
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    I bought there a few days, ss during a trip to New York, a set of the famous Marcus Miller Signature, replacing Ernie Ball Hybrid Slinky me.
    After 10 year hiatus, I returned to the bass a year ago and a half (it was about time!) And I wonder about the wisdom of this purchase.
    Indeed, on my old US Precision 1977, the difference is not striking. I even enhance the bridges to prevent "curling" caused undesirable (equal to taking).

    Someone there some data on cohabitation old Fender / DR strings?
    And by the way, someone would know a good tutorial for it properly mount the strings?
    Thank you.
  • lbgo000lbgo000

    Dr Strings Fat-BeamsPublished on 09/13/06 at 04:04
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    Trs beautiful strings, a superb beginners (rapidly loses its brilliance, but also in the hands adpend), trs trs enjoyable to touch. I havent had the good rsultat with my Fender JB-V's B major (.125) did not put the sonn jai TW La Bella (B - .128) aa chang the situation. But the four Premire really well.
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