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Dunlop Super Bright Nickel Wound Bass Guitar 4-Strings Set (Medium)

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Crazy cheap for a set of quality, name-brand bass guitar strings. I'm a 5 string guys so these are useless to me, but just thought I'd pass along the deal.

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Thanks. Primarily a guitar player, but I have a bass that is neglected and needs a string change. These should be fine for me.
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Right on! =) I'm tempted to buy a set myself. I keep telling myself I need a 4 string for some reason. Maybe if I have the strings for it, I'll end up with a cheap j bass or something that needs love, haha.
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Have you seen 5 string sets go on sale before? I have several new sets from the 4 string I traded in for the 5 string but have no spare 5 string sets yet.
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I need some acoustic 5 string bass ones. Never on sale Frown

Good deal for some of my other neglected 4 strings though. Thanks OP!
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How often should I change my bass strings? I play gigs almost every other week or so
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How often should I change my bass strings? I play gigs almost every other week or so
It is pretty subjective. For me, once they feel rubbery. I find new strings to be too zingy and I need a couple of weeks to break them in back to where I like them.
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Have you seen 5 string sets go on sale before? I have several new sets from the 4 string I traded in for the 5 string but have no spare 5 string sets yet.
Never go on sale, my unfortunate 5 string brother.
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Will these work in my tennis racquet?
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Great price but who changes bass strings??
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Great price but who changes bass strings??
I change mine every 2-3 years, whether they need it or not.
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How often should I change my bass strings? I play gigs almost every other week or so
If I were you, I'd change them at least after every second gig.
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To chime in here, remember that nickel will never be as bright as stainless steel, so these aren't super zingy if you're worried about that. I personally way prefer the SS ones on my jazz basses (also on all my other basses). If by chance any of you are looking for Jaco tone, the SS super brights are really great for it (I prefer them to the Rotosound 66s).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cv1RqiVVqh0
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Does Dunlop make their own strings or use one of the common string manufacturers?
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