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GHS M3050 Precision Flatwound Stainless Steel Electric Bass 4 String Set (45-105)

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Precision Flatwound™ Flatwound Stainless Steel bass guitar strings. A traditional deep percussive tone due to a unique cross-winding process. The final wrap is a polished stainless steel flat wire. GHS strings are the music industry's choice whether you want a fat, bright tone, or a bluesy, warm & mellow tone. Before they leave the shop, each string is meticulously inspected by hand by quality assurance people.

Long Scale Plus (Fits 34", 35" 36" Scales)

Gauges: FB45; FB65; FB85; FB105

Things You Will Get:

  • 4 String Set
Material Steel
Series Precision Flatwound Stainless Steel
Model M3050

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GHSM3050 Precision Flatwound Stainless Steel Electric Bass 4 String Set (45-105)
 
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5.0

Sound and play awesome.

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Pros

  • Consistent
  • Good Tone
  • Strong

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Concerts
    • Practicing

    Comments about GHS M3050 Precision Flatwound Stainless Steel Electric Bass 4 String Set (45-105):

    I just got a P bass so I did some research on flatwounds. It came down to these, La Bella, D Darrio chromes, or Fenders. All are rated really well and from what I was able to tell the La Bellas sound best but have a ton of tension. I hEard stories of destroyed necks. Now it might not destroy a good neck but you'll have to adjust the truss rod more than you want.

    Regarding the GHS flats, I saw them on forums and people loved them. They seem like the underdog, but the people that tried them co
    Pared them to the others I mentioned and loved them

    Now for me they sound and feel great: super thumpy, punchy and clear. The notes are really pronounced. Some people have issues with flats on a string through body, but so far they work great. By the way I had a luthier check out my bass and he commented how great the strings sounded and played. One note this pRticular guage is in extra long scale. You have to watch how you wind them.

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