Dunlop DBN40120 Nickel Plated Steel Light 5-String Bass Strings

.040-.120 Light Gauge 5-string Electric Bass Guitar Strings, Nickel-plated Steel Roundwound
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Strong Low End with a Warm Tone

Get thundering lows and a fat warm tone with Dunlop DBN40120 nickel-plated steel bass strings. Dunlop bass strings are used by professionals the world over. They're perfect for traditionalists, pick players, slappers, and anyone who wants big low end and a fat sound. The Dunlop DBN40120 stainless steel bass strings use a carefully selected core-to-wrap ratio for big dynamic range and great balance. Your bass will love the low tension and warmth of these nickel-plated strings. Grab a set of Dunlop DBN40120 nickel-plated steel bass strings and hear the difference today.

Dunlop DBN40120 Light Nickel-plated Steel 5-string Bass Strings Features at a Glance:

  • For 5-string bass

  • Medium gauge
  • .040, .060, .080, .100, .120
  • Nickel-plated wraps
  • Steel hex core
Dunlop DBN40120 nickel-plated bass strings give you the big bass tones you want!

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Tech Specs

Guitar Type 5-string Bass
Number of Sets 1
Coated No
Gauges .040, .060, .080, .100, .120
Winding Type Round
Core Material Steel
Winding Material Nickel Plated
Manufacturer Part Number DBN40120

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Worst 5th string...

I want you to know, recently I have bought two set of these bass strings. It was very important to me, because they were for record my band's first album. I send my bass to my technician for apropiate set-up with the new strings and sadly, yesterday, when he send my bass back to me I noticed that de 5th string really sucks.  Sound too bad, not defines sound, zero brightness, the worst 5th string I played in my life. I have to tell you that I use an excelente instrument, a Musicman Stingray 5. Is that normal in these strings? Dunlop have to do things better. Now I have an album where de bass was affected by the bad quality of their products...I don't recommend this strings at all...
Music background: Rock
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