Dunlop DBN45105 Nickel Plated Steel Medium Bass Strings

.045-.105 Medium Gauge 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 DBN45105 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 DBN45105 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 DBN40105 nickel-plated steel bass strings and hear the difference today.

Dunlop DBN40105 Medium Nickel-plated Steel Bass Strings Features at a Glance:

  • For 4-string bass

  • Medium gauge
  • .045, .065, .085, .105
  • Nickel-plated wraps
  • Steel hex core
Dunlop DBN40105 nickel-plated bass strings give you the big bass tones you want!

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Tech Specs

Guitar Type Bass
Number of Sets 1
Coated No
Gauges .045, .065, .085, .105
Winding Type Round
Core Material Steel
Winding Material Nickel Plated
Manufacturer Part Number DBN45105

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4.5/5

Converted to Dunlop

These are great Nickel round strings. I can see why some people switched from DR's and Daddario's to these. The strings feel great and sound warm with a good amount of brightness on top. Sonically they sound good across the spectrum with a good amount of mids. Plus they don't have too much of a stiff feel.I used Daddarios before but now i may have converted to Dunlops!
Music background: Working Bassist
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