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GHS Pressure Wound Electric Bass String
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  • This need for a vintage JB

    GHS Pressure Wound Electric Bass StringPublié le 06/24/13 à 14:35
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    A set of strings that any bassist playing a vintage or even modern JB should consider.
    Having tried just about everything that exists in string, I think I will not change it.
    For the price, it's frankly the top, but I admit that I put them on par with ENR71 half rounds at D'Addario, who have a little more classic rods.
  • The middle

    GHS Pressure Wound Electric Bass StringPublié le 04/03/13 à 03:34
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    I used since buying my new old bass is a Jazz Bass.

    I tried just about everything that exists rope because I worked a few years Pigale.
    I love these strings as they are for me the perfect compromise between a net momentum and all that is corrected mesh or flat.

    Basically, the rope wound Pressure keeps all the dynamic potential of the instrument. Nothing prevents slapper, play or growler tapping the mediator. Ovoid nets just absorb much of the pollution of the right hand and offers a sound that body in all situations. Less noise slipped or bottom button. The rope guard relief pleasant to touch. The alloy of these particular strings (Alloy 52) does not change too much nickel steel,......
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    I used since buying my new old bass is a Jazz Bass.

    I tried just about everything that exists rope because I worked a few years Pigale.
    I love these strings as they are for me the perfect compromise between a net momentum and all that is corrected mesh or flat.

    Basically, the rope wound Pressure keeps all the dynamic potential of the instrument. Nothing prevents slapper, play or growler tapping the mediator. Ovoid nets just absorb much of the pollution of the right hand and offers a sound that body in all situations. Less noise slipped or bottom button. The rope guard relief pleasant to touch. The alloy of these particular strings (Alloy 52) does not change too much nickel steel, a little bit more lubricated-being.
    Sensually, it seems to have a round net that slides better, it is far from the touch of a mesh dish.


    Value for money ok, I pay € 23 bundle of ropes.
    I do not ride these strings on my old Jazz Bass, I find just perfect for mounting on the vintage, to avoid using cliché net flat.
    I love, I recommend to all colleagues who seek a perfectly balanced string to try it.

    Well, for now you have to order them in Germany, but I speak in all distros so they begin to offer them in France. If I'm not mistaken, ROTOSOUND doing the same thing it is easier to find in France. But I'm not a fan of Rotos, so in the meantime, I took it upon myself to do my shopping on the Internet, I found very daunting. I like the contact, that's how!
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