#1
I need strings for my Fender P-Bass that are punchy but not really bright for a more chill style of music because my Ernie Ball slinky's are way to bright for the style of music I'm playing with this band I joined so what do you guys suggest?
#2
I've had good luck with Blue Steels. They have a great sound, and last for a pretty long time.
#5
Quote by spoonmeatloaf
Try dr or flat wounds.

DR's are really expensive and flat wounds have way too warm of a tone.
Blue Steels are amazing because they dip them in liquid nitrogen so they last super long and sound a little better. I've only used one set and I loved them. They feel so nice if you finger pick.
PROUD VEGETARIAN!

Bass rig:
Fender MIM Standard Precision Bass (Ginger =])
Gallien-Krueger 1001RB-II 700/50W Biamp Bass Head
Carvin 6x10 Cab.
MXR M-80 Bass Direct Box

Quote by Offworld92
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#7
They're medium gauges. I think it's .45 to .105.
PROUD VEGETARIAN!

Bass rig:
Fender MIM Standard Precision Bass (Ginger =])
Gallien-Krueger 1001RB-II 700/50W Biamp Bass Head
Carvin 6x10 Cab.
MXR M-80 Bass Direct Box

Quote by Offworld92
Choice is a wonderful thing.
#9
What kind of music are you playing? Because when you sound too bright, and are looking for a more "round" thump-y sound, I'd go with a set of flats. The Roto 77s are easily obtained and have a bit of a brighter sound than most flats, but are not overly bright like the EBs you are using or Roto 66s