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  • Ernie Ball 5-String Power Slinky Nickel Wound Bass Set, .050 - .135
  • Ernie Ball 5-String Power Slinky Nickel Wound Bass Set, .050 - .135

Ernie Ball

Ernie Ball 5-String Power Slinky Nickel Wound Bass Set, .050 - .135

Ernie Ball

Ernie Ball 5-String Power Slinky Nickel Wound Bass Set, .050 - .135

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Product Description Product Description
  • Most popular bass string alloy
  • Well balanced
  • Good all around sound
  • Made from nickel plated steel wire wrapped around tin plated hex shaped steel core wire.
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Great SoundThese strings are simply awesome. They make playing fast easy and can still provide a fat tone when necessary. Obviously, they won't get as boomy as the thicker strings but they sound great nonetheless. I like to play more melodic bass lines and I tend to do a lot of tapping, which these are perfect for. The only thing to watch out for is, if you are switching string gauges, you may need to adjust the truss rod slightly if you have a pretty tight action to begin with.UPDATE:After trying out other strings (namely the DR Black Beauties which are coated strings), I have returned to these. I haven't found any that sound as good for as long in this price range.5Love these strings. Great price, great tone, and long lasting.First off, I want to say that I am a finger player, I play in tunings from E standard to B standard but D standard mostly. I do not use a pick (may matter to the pick players considering these strings) and I have been playing bass for about 8 or 9 years and have tried a great variety of strings out there. D'addarios, GHS, DR, Rotosound, Dean Markley, so on and so forth. When I first started playing bass I wanted to try out a lot of strings just to find the perfect sound for me. I am a metal bass player mainly. I also play classic rock, blues, whatever. ANYWAYS, I recently bought a Schecter Stilleto Studio 5 bass. It came loaded with regular slinkys and I was super impressed. Before then I was a DR guy. They had awesome tone but didn't last as long as I needed. So I bought another pair of regular slinkys. Then I was starting to realize I wasn't getting a punchy high end on the regs. Also the "E" string was just a tad too.. I guess loose would be the word. You would think that the regulars would have a 105 on the "E" string but they have a 100.. weird. So I upped to these strings and wow did it make a huge bit of difference. Nice punch through crisp high strings and a nice fat warm crisp on the low. Not too bright, not too dull. They are incredibly cheap and they last a long time. I don't need to pop them in and out every month or 2. They sound good to me with any type of music. Hope this helps. Thanks for reading.5It's friggin sweet.Man I have tried a bunch of different strings throughout the course of my life and there aren't many I like. I've got a weird since of touch and most strings just feel uncomfortably firm and impossible to tame. DR was the first company I liked but I found their .130 strings to floppy for B. I've been using Kalium Strings for the past 4 years and they are the best but I've been looking to see if I can find a more affordable(cheaper) option that doesn't sacrifice feel or tone and here we are. I am embarrassed to say that I never tried ernie ball before but these strings feel lovely to the touch and have a nice crisp sound. I thoroughly enjoy them. I'd say Kalium are a perfect 10 and ernie are at a 9.5. Seeing as how ernie are 30% cheaper they seem like the best choice. Oh and the .130 doesn't feel floppy, it just feels like a thicker E string.5Big bottom, high endIf you want your sound bright and sparkling and still have deep low-end then these strings are for you. I switched from D'Angelico just for the heck of it and now I am staying with Ernie Ball Regular Slinky. The D'Angelicos are pretty plain sounding compared to the Earnie Balls. The brightness of the EBs is long-lasting as well. I enjoy changing my strings about every three months so I can't speak for the long, long-longevity if you are the kind of player that changes only on your birthday. The feel is smooth and not brittle on the fingers, even with the lower strings. You will have to adjust you tones if you pop because your high strings will come through like a ricocheting bullet if you don't bring the high end down a little on your bass or your amp.5Strings brands are mostly a personal preference but I have always found EB's to be a good string and relatively inexpensiveArrived promptly and is OEM product as described. Strings brands are mostly a personal preference but I have always found EB's to be a good string and relatively inexpensive.TIP: when you replace strings, coil up old ones individually and drop in boiling water for 30 seconds or so. Dry off and put back in pack w/ some silica gel packs ( from other shipped items ). You'll have some great bright sounding spares for a backup bass or if/when one string breaks. Much better than having to throw on an old dead sounding one.5Love EB strings, but....I've used Ernie Ball strings for decades (seriously). I've been using slinky for guitar and bass, and recently tried power slinky guitar strings. I've since switched ALL my guitars to power slinky, as they're perfect for my down-tuned, chunky playing style. It seemed natural to try the bass ones too.I don't dislike them, but I won't be switching my other basses to power slinky. I do a lot of crazy bass playing, with slaps and solos and bending, and these are harder to use. particularly with bending. Half the time I don't get the bend up to pitch, which surprised me because I down-tune my basses as well.I do like them for more straight forward low growl bass lines, so if that's your thing you might dig them. If you do any bending at all I can't recommend these.3Good value.I use Super Slinky s on my electric guitars, so I figured some for my low end Ibanez bass would be a good idea.I got the super slinky s the last time, but wanted something a little heavier to hold up to my more aggressive playing. Not because I m good, but rather my form plucking form sucks; as do the pickups.The Power Slinky s are beasts. The low E has a noticeable punch and sustain. They are a little harder to play, but not much more so than the Super Slinky s.A good value that enhances the sound of a crappy bass. Would recommend.5Good for classic rockThe E string broke while restringing my bass the first time, so I contacted the seller and they INSTANTLY got back to me, and sent me out a new set within 2-3 days. So props to them for that!These string were perfectly sturdy and didn't snap while tuning. They have an incredibly smooth feeling to them. Very easy to hold down.5don't disregard these strings because of the nickel coating!I love these strings! I installed them on my jazz bass about a week ago. They sound amazing! I've played bass for 35 years and always avoided nickel strings (I like having a bright sound, not unlike Geddy Lee), i wrongly assumed that nickel strings would produce a 'darker' tone. These bad boys produce a bright, warm tone! They almost feel like flatwound strings, so they are quiet on the neck. If they can maintain the bright tone for 6-8 weeks, Ernie Ball has a lifetime customer! There is only one aspect I wish they could address... I'd love a 4 string set that is heavier gauge!5these things are awesome! Not only do they produce a brightI recently dusted off my old Ibanez EDB 600 and decided to restring it and clean it up a bit. I've primarily played with either Elixer or Dean Markley Blue Steels on my basses and after reading that Justin Chancellor plays Ernie Ball I decided to go with the Hybrid Slinks. Holy Christ on a graham cracker crutch, these things are awesome! Not only do they produce a bright, crisp sound on the highs but they also have excellent punch on the mid-range and clear, distinct tones on the low end. Even my 25+ year old Fender amp picks up every note with shocking clarity. Seriously, don't waste anymore money on pricey Elixers or Boomers that promise to "stay bright" a little longer. What you get in marginally increased longevity with these strings you give up in sound and nearly instant improvement to the sound of your bass. Don't be a dope, buy these strings and keep on keeping on.5
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