Rotosound RS775LD Jazz 77 Monel Flatwound Long Scale 5-String Bass Strings

.045-.130 Five-string Electric Bass Guitar Strings, Flatwound (045-065-085-105-130)
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Rotosound RS775LD Jazz 77 Monel Flatwound Long Scale 5-String Bass Strings image 1
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Rotosound RS775LD Jazz 77 Monel Flatwound Long Scale 5-String Bass Strings
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Flatwounds from Rotosound!

Flat-wound Rotosound Jazz Bass 77 have been highly praised by Bass Player Magazine as their favorite flat-wound. They are made of stainless steel undercovers and a Monel 400 top tape. Monel is around 65% pure nickel — five times that of stainless! Oasis, Steve Harris, Roger Waters, and many others have all favored this particular string over the years. The steel used to produce these strings is unique, combined with a highly secretive manufacturing process. If you're looking for bass stings with a smooth feel and excellent tone you can depend on, you need Rotosound Jazz Bass 77 flat-wound Monel strings.

Rotosound Jazz Bass 77 5-string Flat-wound Monel Bass Strings Features at a Glance:
  • 5-string bass strings
  • Standard gauge
  • .045, .065, .085, .105, .130
  • Flat-wound
  • Monel with stainless steel undercovers
Don't leave home without a spare set of Jazz Bass 77 flat-wound Monel strings in your case!

Tech Specs

Guitar Type 5-string Long-scale Bass
Number of Sets 1
Coated No
Gauges .045, .065, .085, .105, .130
Winding Type Flat Wound
Core Material Steel
Winding Material Monel (65% Pure Nickel) on Stainless Steel
Manufacturer Part Number RS775LD

Customer Reviews

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awesome String with quick delivery

some of the best quality service ever

Best flats I've played

I gave these a shot to try and get a cleaner tone out of some low end pickups. They sound amazing. They have a deep rich tone like most flats, but these don't muddy up the mids. The sound still cuts through, just with less overall string noise. These are the first flats I've played that I would consider using for pop/rock music. If you're looking for versatile flat wound strings with great tone, these are probably what you're looking for.
Music background: Professional - 20+yrs

Great strings

These strings work and sound great on my fretless . Haven't played a lot of flat wounds but I know I like them.

Great Strings!

I asked my engineer at Sweetwater for some flat wound strings for my son's new base (GWB35). Josh selected these and my son couldn't be happier. He's particularly happy with the clarity with regular playing and how they react to slapping. Excellent Choice!
Music background: Long time Hacker of Instruments

Love these strings!

I prefer flatwounds over roundwounds because of the string noise as I move up and down the fingerboard (plus I started as an upright player!). I've tried various brands, and I think I've found my keeper. Most flatwounds I've tried are "sticky" and don't slide well, but these are great. They've got a nice mellow tone like most flats, and feel great!
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