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  • Joe-RhysJoe-Rhys

    good strings interesting!

    Rotosound Billy SheehanPublished on 03/30/13 at 09:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I received this week and have mounted directly on my musicman stingray 4 string style with a musicman stingray kind bartolini in handle and a seymour duncan SMB4D acutely.
    I have purchased in the past because I like their Rotosound his "vintage".
    this game differs slightly swing bass I also mounted on the same four chords and there are highs and character of micro spring well.
    This differs from basic swing bass is that the strings hang much less fingers (this is also an advantage for those finally those who sweat a lot or fingers when playing, the strings do not slip!)
    and as the tie is very personal (43 for the G string, 65 string D, 80 A rope and 110 for the E string!), adds some …
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    I received this week and have mounted directly on my musicman stingray 4 string style with a musicman stingray kind bartolini in handle and a seymour duncan SMB4D acutely.
    I have purchased in the past because I like their Rotosound his "vintage".
    this game differs slightly swing bass I also mounted on the same four chords and there are highs and character of micro spring well.
    This differs from basic swing bass is that the strings hang much less fingers (this is also an advantage for those finally those who sweat a lot or fingers when playing, the strings do not slip!)
    and as the tie is very personal (43 for the G string, 65 string D, 80 A rope and 110 for the E string!), adds some interest here ...
    it is undeniable that having weaker treble strings pulling the strings bender can easily 1 tone, after which you can also do it on standard rods ... but there it is easier and here invites a game easier and more "mastered".
    the character of these strings added more and it seems a more accurate and more respectful of microphones.
    I bought in the past many different sets of strings, check out my review on my profile!
    what I love most; ropes hanging swing unless the basic bass, the sound is clear and highlights the character of microphones, pulling lighter treble strings allows easier bends, all these elements combine to make I had more ease and comfort of playing and the sound is more manageable and allows many possible variations.
    what I like least, ropes hang at least fingers and fingers billy are not sold with the strings (ah ha!)
    I like the sound of these strings and I think the price is good.
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  • SweBassSweBass

    Rotosound Billy SheehanPublished on 12/20/07 at 10:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I just put these strings on my Yamaha RBX 374.
    my 1 year old had strings, and the rope had to drop half, I decided to buy a new set of string.
    Already, the color is nice, it is less bright than ordinary strings, I'd say they have a blue cast ... (Very lege)
    Once mounted, I cheeks without the amp. it smells like new! but it sounds like a coffee can.
    once on the amp, Wow!
    We gain a lot in attack!
    When the lower supports, we get more punch and grain! I thought I was on a Musicman: D
    When acute favors, you feel a lil noise rope frieze. we like it or not, I like it, well it's a metal!
    At the mediator, either low or high mean these pTis Frizot, and that is happiness!
    Looking bac…
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    I just put these strings on my Yamaha RBX 374.
    my 1 year old had strings, and the rope had to drop half, I decided to buy a new set of string.
    Already, the color is nice, it is less bright than ordinary strings, I'd say they have a blue cast ... (Very lege)
    Once mounted, I cheeks without the amp. it smells like new! but it sounds like a coffee can.
    once on the amp, Wow!
    We gain a lot in attack!
    When the lower supports, we get more punch and grain! I thought I was on a Musicman: D
    When acute favors, you feel a lil noise rope frieze. we like it or not, I like it, well it's a metal!
    At the mediator, either low or high mean these pTis Frizot, and that is happiness!
    Looking back, these strings with the mediator, one approaches a really big Rickenbacker!
    Here is the exact sound that I am this sort:
    <a rel="nofollow" href="http://youtube.com/watch?v=TKs_w3idl3U" target="_blank">http://youtube.com/watch?v=TKs_w3idl3U</a>

    Tip: if you keep vouslez logtemps a good sound of your strings, always wash your hands before you play!
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