Rotosound RS77LD Jazz 77 Bass Guitar Strings (.045-.105 Long Scale ) Reviews4.4/5.0 based on 9 customer reviews
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from Makanda, IL
August 23, 2012Music Background:
Well they are RotoSounds......My brother is the bass player with RS, in the family and played stand up in high school. So when I got my bass guitar there was no other string to even consider. The sound of these strings make any bass a classic. Chris Squire and I have something in common. These are the strings to have. A little pricey, but well worth it.
from aurora ill.
November 15, 2011Music Background:
77 4 string jazz bass guitar stringsexcellent strings great service!
from Aurora, IL
October 27, 2011Music Background:
Very impressedOur order arrived so fast and the quality is perfect we were so impressed we took a road trip to your headquarters and were given a tour of the facility by our rep. Matt and am more impressed than ever.
Keep up the good Work
from Long Island, NY
August 22, 2011Music Background:
Rotosound RS 77 Flatwounds .045-.105Rotosound's RS 77 Flatwound bass strings have a rich and full body sound. They help give my bass that deep sound which rounds out the mix quite nicely. They are also easy to play due to their smoothness. Try them, you won't be disappointed!
from Spencer, NY
January 14, 2013Music Background:
Hobby player 19+ years
Solid Sound For FlatsI picked up a Squier fretless j-bass just to get back into it, and a guitar-playing coworker told me to get RotoSounds. Grabbed this set and they are amazing. Not dead or muddy like most of the flats I've played in the past. Only downside: I want them for my MTD 5-string now, but they don't have this set in an extra-long scale. Going to try True Bass 88s for that, because I'm SOLD on RotoSounds now. I'd recommend these for every bass out there.
from milw or
December 21, 2012Music Background:
stringslove these strings , put them on all my basses
July 20, 2012
The for that deep soundWhy buy anything that gives you less, quallity for purist.
from Tampa, Fl
January 12, 2012Music Background:
traveled for years in bands. Now primarily learning home recording!!
flats for recordingWhen I mentioned that I was thinking of going from Roto rounds to flats, Jeff sent me some Roto flats. I really can't compare these to other flats because I have no experience with others. What I will say is that if the goal is a punchy (Beatles fat) bass sound that sits well in the mix, you have got to rediscover flats!!!
from NW Ohio
September 5, 2011Music Background:
Not for my bass.I got these flats because I saw that they had pretty good reviews. I must say, I'm not impressed. I've got a Schecter Stiletto Custom 4 and they just don't seem to work with the EMG HZ pickups that well. I'm sure they would work better on another type of bass, but they just seem to lack character. They also brought a new deadspot into the light that I now need to fix.
That said, they feel pretty great and the tension is just what I was looking for. They are stiffer than a lot of other strings, but I also play upright and I like stiff strings. I'll probably be switching to nickel lowriders or possibly chromes for my next string swap.