#1
I know is seems obvious, but I honestly don't know. Also if you could include a pic that would be awesome. Thanx
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#2
Here you go.
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#3
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#4
THAT^^^ is exactly what I was looking for, thanx dude
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#6
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Flats feel and sound great. Rounds don't.

^this.

also flats can go years, and years without ever needing to be changed.
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#7
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Flats feel and sound great. Rounds don't.

But they aren't bright
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#8
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But they aren't bright


Isn't that kind of the point

I personally have Rotosound 77's (45-110) on my bass and I love them... easily the brightest flats I have ever played.

I know GHS makes "bright flat" strings. I have never actually tried them so I can't really speak for them. But those may be something to check out.
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#9
OP, I'm not sure if your intrested or not... but there are quite a few more string options than just these two.

You can get roundwound, flatwound, halfwound, ground wound, pressure wound... then you can get coated strings such as tapewound, ect...

Here is a pretty good resource if you want to check out the diffrence between the strings.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strings_(music)#Halfwound.2C_ground_wound.2C_pressure_wound
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#10
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Isn't that kind of the point

I personally have Rotosound 77's (45-110) on my bass and I love them... easily the brightest flats I have ever played.

I know GHS makes "bright flat" strings. I have never actually tried them so I can't really speak for them. But those may be something to check out.

Yeah. It's the only reason I dont use flats. That and the loss of highs.
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#11
Flatwounds are very warm thumpy strings. Hybrids are an in between, they get a warm sound with a little brightness and clarity. And roundwouds are brighter, punchier, and get a lot of sound, but it all depends on what kinda of music you use that bass for. I have different kinds of strings on different basses, and they work great for whatever I use them for.
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#12
Thanx you all. That really helped
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#14
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Are flats more popular for recording due to their lower noise properties?


I wouldn't say so.
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