Bought them to use on my then fanned frets Dingwall bass. Had to buy another single string low B at 37". These strings has been the top of the heap since the 60s and still are.
There are some inconsistencies in production, but while they fit on great, sounds terrific, and lasts a lifetime there are some small minor caveats.
The red silk wrap. At the top tuner side, it's less of a problem, but having the red silk protrude out over at the bridge end is bad design. Not every basses are made with string through systems, or bridges that have the ball end anchored as far back as possible so that the red silk wrap is on the safe end. If it protrudes over the bridge it interferes heavily with the strings speaking length and muffle it considerably. There must be some spec listing on the package which tells how long this red silk wrap is from the ball end. So customers can make up their minds. Luckily I could make a workaround around this. But on basses where these strings fits without problems, they're the best sounding and zzzzzinnging stainless steel strings there is.
They work great for funk/tap/thumb and slap bass, but excellent for regular fingering and pick bass too. Especially on Rickenbackers with a pick. Competition is fierce out there, so if they only told us about the red silk wrap, in the first place, or skipped it altogether, it would be the string choice for my life.
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