RotoSound SH77 Steve Harris - Cuerdas para bajo electrónico (50-110)
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- Cuerdas de música de alta calidad fabricado en Inglaterra desde 1958
- Excelente tono, la sensación, de encendido y volumen
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- Legendary British tono
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Rotosound Steve Harris Signature Bass String Set. steveâ & # x20AC; TMs Custom Gauge Flatwound Set con sus colores favoritos West Ham United en la seda extremos. Todas las ha usado durante toda su carrera.
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It is the first time that I try such high gauge and flatwound. A very nice mix. They are a little 'taut' to play when tuned in E, though thay have an amazing and very bright sound, very metallic!
È la prima volta che provo delle corde così spesse e la prima volta che provo delle flatwound. Un mix accattivante. Sono un po' dure da suonare se accordate in MI, però hanno un suono fantastico e ben definito, molto metallico!!!
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Steve must have some incredible strength built up from playing thousands of hours on these. I'm a left handed mechanic and have a hard time with them. If you must have every last bit of 'Arry tone, go ahead. The tension and quick loss of brightness is why I'm giving it a 3/5. As with most flats, the tone is versatile enough to cover any genre.
As noted in the title, these flatwounds feel very nice to the fingers. Prior to buying these, I'd only played roundwounds and was delighted to get rid of the finger noise that comes with sliding my fingers down the neck. This was especially appreciated when using tapping techniques on the fretboard.
They look nice, they sounded nice, and they are very easy on the fingers.
That said, after they'd been on my bass for about a week, the A string went dead. It still played, but had a "thump" and a muted sound when I would play the string. The other strings still sounded right, but the third string just sounded wrong. We fiddled around with it and still couldn't get it to sound right. Upon closer examination, we found that the string had started to unwind under the blue silk up by the tuning post. I don't know if this was the issue, but it was the only visible difference between that string and the others.
I changed the strings out for some Ernie Ball Power Slinky strings (55-75-95-110) and it played right again. Sadly, I had to go back to the finger sounds as my fingers slid around on the strings. But, the Slinkys are half the price of the Rotosounds, and they sound fine.
When it comes time to change out my strings again, I will give the Rotosounds another shot, but, I was disappointed with how this set turned out. It could have been the way that I wound the posts, or, it could have been a quality control issue. I loved the feel of these strings and hope that my next set works out better than the first.
That being said these ARE a very good quality string.
I tend to think that the string tension would be too high for regular tuning. Probably perfect for most styles in D standard.
Sound great with a pick or fingers. We even used them for slap!