When fitted to my SG Bass copy, they gave me an authentic 60s tone, deep and but without as much top end to the notes- easily remedied if you use a pick instead of fingers. A drawback was that the heavy gauge meant that the low E string needed a bit of work to fit into the bridge slot. A heavier gauge string also means that the usual tension of the strings is increased, so bending the strings slightly is harder - string bends on bass may not be to everyone's taste but try a slight bend on blues numbers, it sounds good! I'd not tried GHS before but they are less cost than other brands - Hofner say- and the quality is there.
Was really surprised by these strings. First of all there more of a half wound than a full flatwound in feel. The tension is really good unlike other shortscale strings not flabby but not too much tension. The tone is very nice between a flat and a roundwound. And will get more mellow with age i think. I also like the pelham blue silk so would suit say a pelham blue epiphone or gibson. I will say that the gauge is slightly unusual and the nut did need slight attention to get them to fit correct and at the bridge it was a tight fit thankfully the don't have any silk at the ball end, this helps. These are a very good price and in my view is just as good as other more expensive strings.
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