These are great strings if you are into the warmer side of rounds. When they are fresh they sound quite bright, but when they are worn in they keep their sound for a long time. The best part (for me) once the highs are gone the strings keep their sound for pretty long time. I can use them for about 8 months. Beware: This means that they are not your bright, clanky stainless steel rounds!! I love to use them on my P-Bass because they underline the warm lower mids while they still can sound aggressive if you dig into them. Furthermore, they feel pretty smooth for rounds. I use this heavy 110 gauge because I dune down to D. This works great on my P-Bass. In years I never had issues with the quality of these strings. Maybe I am lucky (knocking on wood).
I've been playing bass now more than 15 years and I've tried a DOZENS of different labels and staring gauges. Everything from flatwound, nickel to stainless for both 4-, 5- and 6-string basses. I like the Ernie Ball EB 2831 Power Slinky a lot. With this particular set I was aiming to go for the following tuning: C#-G#-C#-F# and I think they do their job splendid. Right of the package they are very bright, almost like Stainless. But after a couple of hours of practice and playing gigs they settle with a nice, warm but also a punchy sound. I will defiantly continue to go with these instead of my usual Stainless for a while. Recommended!
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