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Fender 9050 Stainless Flatwound Bass Strings
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  • calmar1calmar1

    Adopted!

    Fender 9050 Stainless Flatwound Bass StringsPublished on 08/25/14 at 08:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    All the same with above!
    I changed my style strings (formerly D'ancient Adario ..) to the Light flat in order to be able to play chords without much ruin my fingers, and I find it very satisfying result. The objective being to play the bass guitar WITHOUT I must adapt the game and find strings that allow some velocity, glides easily, etc ... I agree with the previous speaker: sick of these sounds slamming strings with the slap all the time ... (these do allow light slap bass following: mine is a Fenix ​​- Young Chang - 80s, branded Fender / Precision who does it well!)
    In short, happy change cordes.Pour now I leave it at that.
    Small problem: they are 100-85-65-45 ... I think the ideal…
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    All the same with above!
    I changed my style strings (formerly D'ancient Adario ..) to the Light flat in order to be able to play chords without much ruin my fingers, and I find it very satisfying result. The objective being to play the bass guitar WITHOUT I must adapt the game and find strings that allow some velocity, glides easily, etc ... I agree with the previous speaker: sick of these sounds slamming strings with the slap all the time ... (these do allow light slap bass following: mine is a Fenix ​​- Young Chang - 80s, branded Fender / Precision who does it well!)
    In short, happy change cordes.Pour now I leave it at that.
    Small problem: they are 100-85-65-45 ... I think the ideal would have been 100-85-70-55, which would have been more balanced because you lose a lot of roundness with two ropes most acute ... For now, I can not find in retail, just for fun, alas ...
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  • funkyzeitfunkyzeit

    It sizzles and it's not hot!

    Fender 9050 Stainless Flatwound Bass StringsPublished on 07/22/14 at 01:13
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    I use these strings for 6 months now, this is a revelation! Have not tried other brands, I must say that it is more the price that attracted me. After all, it is the coiled metal wire with another flat metal, not rocket science.
    So no product and other fancy dipped in a miraculous product that last strings, we are in a good old classic rope like I wanted.

    What I like the most? Well the sound, it changes us from slamming his current team and painful that all low, there is more wealth in the medium. Contrary to what I've read, the slap pass well above (provided they do not try to sound Mark King!). What is more striking than in the Roundwound, the aging of these strings, the first few we…
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    I use these strings for 6 months now, this is a revelation! Have not tried other brands, I must say that it is more the price that attracted me. After all, it is the coiled metal wire with another flat metal, not rocket science.
    So no product and other fancy dipped in a miraculous product that last strings, we are in a good old classic rope like I wanted.

    What I like the most? Well the sound, it changes us from slamming his current team and painful that all low, there is more wealth in the medium. Contrary to what I've read, the slap pass well above (provided they do not try to sound Mark King!). What is more striking than in the Roundwound, the aging of these strings, the first few weeks, the sound slap much (without having the annoying character Roundwound), then the sound becomes muffled and chubby.

    I recommend these strings at very good price / quality and well vintage report!
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