#1
Hello! I was wondering if I could use this bass string thickness without damaging my bass or anything like that?

E: .105
A: .085
D: .065
G: .045

I really love playing with thinner strings, but I don't really get the heavy tone out of the E and A string on a light set. So can I mix a medium set with a light set?
#2
Sure you can, plenty of people do it! You might need to adjust the intonation but it should be fine
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#3
I think it'll work well, those gauges come in a set too. You might need some adjustments as BassMasta121 stated, but I think that's all about it. Is your bass 34" scale or something else?
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#4
Yes you can, you might need some intonation adjustment at most. Billy Sheehan's signature strings are gauges 43-65-80-110, pretty similar to what you want.
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