La Bella 760FS Deep Talkin Bass

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String Set for Electric Bass

  • Flat wound
  • String gauge: .045, .065, .085, .105
  • Strength: Standard tension
  • Scale: Long Scale
  • Material (winding): Stainless steel
  • Hand polished to ensure particularly smooth surface
  • Packaged in a modified atmosphere to prevent tarnishing and maintain freshness
  • Made in USA

Note: Not suitable for basses with string-through body.

Produkt dostępny od Grudzień 2008
Numer artykułu 218399
Ranking sprzedaży 1 szt.
Strength of the strings 045 - 105
Scale Long Scale
Number of strings 4
48 € 223,27 zł
Zawiera podatek VAT, nie zawiera kosztów wysyłki 9,90 €
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Just what the doctor ordered
Tzortzis 15.06.2021
Just awesome.
Used it on a cheap P-BASS and there it was, the sound i've been looking for my whole life.
Oh and they are versatile.
I actually found them even more versatile than the clingy dreadful roundwound strings that are dead and of no use after 2 months of serious swetty playing.
La Bella lasted for over a year of professional concert, live streaming and studio gigs.
I'll never go back.
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Nice (albeit expensive) flatwounds
Martin6712 22.10.2014
In my hunt for the perfect flatwound I've tried these La Bella's, Fender 9050s and D'Addario Chromes.

Overall there's not much to choose between the three - the biggest change is the jump from roundwound to flatwound (where I have a strong preference for the smooth, effortless slides flatwounds offer). The La Bella's are noticeably "stiffer" in that there's less tendency for them to dip between the frets (I guess this is some combination of requiring higher tension and perhaps the string construction just being a bit more rigid).

On balance I suspect I'll stick with the D'Addario Chromes in the long-run - tonally I've a slight preference for them (and they're also a bit cheaper)! But the La Bella's are a very close second.
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The go to for P Bass
Tomate P 03.01.2019
This are the only strings my vintage Fender P bass has seen in the last six years and it'll stay that way. It's a perfect match. The sound is punchy yet velvety and rich. No sustain whatsoever, which is great to fit perfectly in the mix!
No need to replace them, in fact the older they get the better they sound. It takes a few weeks to break them in, but after that you'll love them!
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My Very First Set of Flats
Anonimowy 08.07.2015
Having played a musicman sub for the last 7 years I finally bought my first Fender P bass and being a fan of Jamerson I knew I had to go with flats.

I asked a few friends for recommendations and La Bella seemed to be the most recommended.

I have to say I am absolutely delighted with these strings.They're a little brighter than I expected them to be but you wouldn't notice that once the tone is rolled off. With the tone rolled off they have that classic thump however with the tone up full they actually sound great for slap.

All in all I would highly recommend these strings and it's safe to say I won't be using any other brand of flats.
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