Lenzner Supersolo Classic 1310 B 3/4

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Double Bass Strings

  • For 3/4 double bass
  • Gut strings are of the highest quality
  • Each string is tested for durability and tonal purity
  • Particularly good to play in the classical field
  • G and D strings plain gut
  • A and E strings silver-plated wound
  • Set Nr. 1310 B
available since February 2005
Item number 175001
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Brand Supersolo
Suitable Style Classical, Rockabilly
Length 3/4
Ball End No
Loop End No
Set Yes
Single String No
387 €
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Real old school sound
Anonymous 13.04.2015
Since I've started to play double bass, my favourite sound was gut strings.
I mean Paul Chambers, Slam Stewart, Jimmy Blanton, Red Callander, Sam Jones, Scott Lafaro; even Ray Brown and NHOP at their beginnings or Carlos Henriquez nowadays

The problem today is to find good quality gut string to a reasonable price.
Lenzner was the solution for me.
And every double bass player I've met fell in love of the sound of the strings and the playbility.

It may not have such big sustain as the metal one but I believe that helps you to improve your technique to get a bigger sound

And you can play any style, even tho their meant to be for classical music, I find them fantastic for jazz, balkan, blues and/or tango.
The bow flows lovely
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Gut to get? Ja!
JDstrings 03.06.2013
These Lenzner gut strings are good value for money. Whilst not cheap, by gut string standards they are not expensive; some of the higher end gut strings are well over £400 for a set. They don't have quite the quality and nuance of tone that you would get from these but they do the job and provide a sound and feel which is definitely 'gut'.
As with all gut strings they need a bit of care and do not appreciate harsh conditions (too cold or too hot). It is worth bearing in mind that most basses will benefit from various adjustments (small and large) to make the most of gut strings. They are a lot thicker than steel strings and string grooves, heights and tensions may need to be adjusted.
I had a set of these on a bass for a couple of years and I remember that after about six months they had settled down and stayed reasonably in tune. (Bear in mind that when first fitted they will need retuning every 5-10 minutes and even after a few weeks they may need retuning several times during a gig/concert.)
Gut strings are more prone to break so it really is advisable to also have a spare set!
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Evilfred 16.02.2018
Jag har visserligen bara provat två olika tillverkare av sen-strängar men jag märker ingen skillnad på de olika. Det här är det ultimata soundet! Det blir lite luddigare toner och lite lägre volym jämfört med stålsträngar men helt underbart sound. För rockabilly och hillbilly finns det absolut inget som slår detta, allt annat är bara försök att få till detta sound. Jag är mer än nöjd! De är ju förstås känsliga för temperatur och luftfuktighet men när någon går av så kan man skaffa enstaka nya. Det blir förstås en hel del stämning men det får man ta för det finns inget bättre än detta. Sköt om dem och skaffa någon reserv G-sträng om kan hamna i akutläge så har du dem länge!
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YvanF 09.05.2019
le boyau....ça reste délicat et problématique, avis aux baroqueux et autres non initiés....et déjà une corde cassée de façon très difficile à réparer...aie, et ça reste aussi... cher, pour un investissement que je crains sans suite dommage malgré un soin correct de fabrication et de présentation, et des qualités sonores et de jeu intéressantes bien que difficiles à apprivoiser, de plus il faut peut être modifier l'archet... alors ..évaluation moyenne
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