#1
so the new sound of the bass strings is really getting on my nerves, so what are the quickest strings to loose this?

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#3
They should normally go in about 2 weeks to a month. Just stick some distortion on there and you should be fine.
#4
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#5
or
just stretch the strings out
grab a string and pull
it WILL go out of tuning from doing that
but it might lose that 'new' sound
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#6
erm, play them
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#7
new string sound is nice!

unless you like dull and muddy tone 0_o
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#8
Yeah, I hate the new string sound also. I don't think any strings will do significantly better then others. I use Ernie Ball super slinky bass strings (gauges 45-100) and those seem to do okay, not sure how they compare to other strings though.
#9
iu meant as in bass(E-D) and treble(G-B) strings Freshnoise.
i found that d'addarios lose it quicker than ernie balls and wondered which are fastest.

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