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Dunlop DBSBN45125 Super Bright Nickel Plated Steel Bass 5 String Set, .45-.125
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- Brand: Dunlop
- Product Code: DBSBN45125
- DBSBN45125 - Super bright nickel Plated steel bass 5 string set, . 45-. 125
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These strings combine the best of all worlds - bright, lots of growl, excellent feel, and fat warmth.
Love DR HI Beams, but they lack warmth when needed - Sadowsky stainless blues have fantastic tone, great growl, excellent fundamental tone, but the feel is very tight, not as comfy as the DR's. Sadowsky nickle blues - nice growl, great sound, much warmer, also a little quieter - the tapered B string is the best sounding of all B strings. The E String seems a little quiet in contrast to the B (we're splitting hairs here). Even still, the Sadowsky Nickels also have that tight (inflexible) feel.
The Dunlops have a more flexible feel, and seem to hold up under varied tonal demands (Motown to Slap), I'm able to dial tones that stay consistent through the spectrum. It's amazing what Dunlop has been able to accomplish in 12 years of string manufacturing. YMMV depending on your style, bass, and rig - but for me the testing is over, and sticking with Dunlop Super Bright nickels.