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Old 02-16-2013, 06:50 AM   #21
MaggaraMarine
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Wow, lots of posts...

Yeah, the strings I bought were Rotosound steel strings, rounds, standard gauge (45).

Somebody asked about Marshall strings. I didn't know about them either but I saw them in a music store website.
http://shop.marshallamps.com/c/strings

And here are Hartke strings:
http://www.samsontech.com/hartke/pr...gs/strings-445/

And @ John Swift:

Yes, I'm aware of the fact that I might need to set up my bass. But before I changed my strings there was already a bit of fret buzz. But I check my intonation after changing strings. I also adjusted truss rod to get rid of fret buzz. Now it feels good to play and sounds better than before. It's not as muddy and dull sounding as before. And when I play power chords and stuff, I can hear each note much clearer (before I couldn't play power chords on the lower strings because it sounded so muddy).
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