#1
I have a fender p bass and my E sting sounds way to thick because it sounds like it has no tone, ive tried everything but no luck, i dont know what likd of strings are on my bass so i figured its time for some new ones, i play mostly punk rock, i need suggestions, for guitar i favor ernie ball
#3
try rotosounds alot of people around here suggest them if you play more guitar thn bass the decission shouldnt matter too much
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#4
don't use strings. use the dreams of small children. they don't get floppy when you tune drop B.
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#5
Try stainless steels, look out for Roto 66s and Stadium Eites
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#6
Some GHS Boomers 'Flea Signatures' turned up the other day.
They sound pretty good so far, not as Tinny as other new strings but will be interesting to see how long they last.

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#7
Well if you don't play bass as much as guitar, and you like punch, and you favor Ernie Ball...

Get Slinkies! They're only $20 a set, and they sound great.
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#8
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Well if you don't play bass as much as guitar, and you like punch, and you favor Ernie Ball...

Get Slinkies! They're only $20 a set, and they sound great.

Rotos are $20 a set, and they sound even better.