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Elixir Strings Polyweb Coating Bass 4-String
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Elixir Strings Polyweb Coating Bass 4-String

Bass String from Elixir Strings belonging to the Polyweb series

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Elixir Strings Polyweb Coating Bass 4-StringPublished on 05/14/14 at 02:33
Been using Elixirs for 4 years.

Very durable, with a nice bright tone
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nightmareplayernightmareplayer

Elixir Strings Polyweb Coating Bass 4-StringPublished on 10/30/05 at 06:43
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-It has been a year since I use a game for my jazz bass POLYWEB 4cordes us, and frankly, compared to all other strings, there's no picture!

-They have a rather round and pleasant highs come out a lot, and this can be inconvenient at times (the slap from slamming too ...) The best is still their strength: they take forever to s' user (however, 5-play 10 hours a day, I thought they would eventually die ^ ^) and I have, to date, no broken (though sometimes I slap a bit much, hehe ... )
A positive (or negative depending on the type of game), they are very "slippery", and especially useful for making glissendos or other ...
These chords are also easy to play, they do not become...…
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-It has been a year since I use a game for my jazz bass POLYWEB 4cordes us, and frankly, compared to all other strings, there's no picture!

-They have a rather round and pleasant highs come out a lot, and this can be inconvenient at times (the slap from slamming too ...) The best is still their strength: they take forever to s' user (however, 5-play 10 hours a day, I thought they would eventually die ^ ^) and I have, to date, no broken (though sometimes I slap a bit much, hehe ... )
A positive (or negative depending on the type of game), they are very "slippery", and especially useful for making glissendos or other ...
These chords are also easy to play, they do not become particularly rough run-of-use!

Previously, I had tried many different strings: the GHS boomers, Hartke, Fender strings (original, terrible rather not elsewhere: / on the breaks in less than a month: s), Rotosound, ...

-The big, very big downside to these ropes are their prices excessively (ultra) cher.Il must say, € 75 for 4c and 5c for € 100, it falls squarely delirium! Little advice, you provide the United States (I pay 35 €, 4 or 5 sets of strings) ... I wonder where does this line of € 40-65 anyway, all for one remote?

-With experience, I would do this choice until I found better! But that's exactly the type of strings that match my type of game, so I keep
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  • Manufacturer: Elixir Strings
  • Model: Polyweb Coating Bass 4-String
  • Series: Polyweb
  • Category: Bass Strings
  • Added in our database on: 04/01/2005

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