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Fender 7250M

499

Electric Bass Strings Set

  • Nickel-plated steel
  • Roundwound
  • 045-105
String gauge 045 - 065 - 085 - 105
Material Nickel Plated
Scale Long Scale
Taperwound No
Item number 142933
£14.90
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Totally Satisfied!
dandelo 22.05.2014
Customer service was impeccable. Pleasant agent to assist me. Very courteous. Free shipping was a plus.
Purchased a set of these Fender bass strings online and was tickled pink when it arrived in the mail a few days later. Installed it immediately on my Fender Jazz Bass and popped the D-string while tuning it for the first time. Decided to call Thomann to maybe replace the string thinking that it was not under warranty and I probably needed to purchase another one. To my amazement, the agent said it was not a problem and that they would send out a complete new set to me in a few days. I tried to explain that I just needed that one string and I would pay for it but she told me since I had already installed the whole set it would not be necessary to send the old ones back. Well, I just received the replacement set today and I needed to send a high five toThomann. Thank you guys!
Except for the defective string, sound quality is excellent.
Very competitive prices with other websites.
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Ok cheap string but not my favourite
TrEr 17.09.2019
I got these strings for a P-bass. They are very similar to D'Addario XLs (in fact they're manufactured by D'Addario for Fender) but with a bit more powerful low mids than the XLs. Which makes all the difference for me. I absoutely detest XLs but I kinda like these Fender 7250s once they're broken in. I don't particularly like their sound out of the box though. Like D'Addarios they sound very clanky. It's not that I don't like bright strings, it's just that these are bright in all the wrong places. Clank rather than crisp.

Once they're broken in (some would probably say dead...) I kinda like them though. They develop this "spongy" sound that I simply don't get with any other strings.

Definitely not my favourites (I prefer various types from Pyramid, TI and Rotosound) but their broken in sound offers something I enjoy on a P-bass.

They last reasonably long. Not the best, not the worst. Pretty much average in that regard. Which is ok with me as I prefer them kinda dead.

They're very cheap and pretty good strings on a budget. Certainly a lot better than certain ultra cheap "in house" brands I've tried.

These strings are also the stock strings on every Fender bass from Squier to Custom Shop so for a lot of people this is how an electric bass is supposed to sound. If you're one of those people these strings are of course an excellent choice. But for anyone willing to experiment: In my opinion there are far better bass strings out there.
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Fender 7250M Strings
Anonymous 20.01.2015
Surprisingly good. I bought these strings as a secondary option for my p-bass that was mainly being used at home. When my jazz bass shorted out i had to use the p-bass and couldn't belive the tone i got on the gig. Once these strings are played in and are in the 'sweet spot' they sounded great! They have a lovely feel and are not too coarse as some other cheaper stings can be. they stayed on my bass for 6 months and i got about 25-30 gigs out of them. Highly recommended.
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My go-to strings
Ibbo 29.09.2020
I've used these strings a lot on various basses and they're my favorite pair for this price range. After installing the strings on my Jackson bass I noticed the E-string got a tad thicker on the 20th fret, so I contacted Thomann and got a new pair sent my way. Very satisfied with my purchase!
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