|bohemond ||12-26-2012 03:42 PM |
Dunlop strings with red silk windings
Hi everyone I'm trying to figure out the strings I used on my p that sounded so great I believe they had red silk windings. Could they have been my old dunlops. ??? I know they weren't the GHS boomers. Thanks for the help
|Got2SadowskyNYC ||12-26-2012 03:44 PM |
The dunlop strings I just put on one of my basses didn't have any silk. The only strings I know of that use red silk are GHS Boomers.
|pacojas ||12-26-2012 03:44 PM |
|bohemond ||12-26-2012 03:46 PM |
They were either dunlops or SIT I'm sure of it
|Pilgrim ||12-26-2012 03:52 PM |
Bright red silks are found on Labella Deep Talkin' Flats.
|bohemond ||12-26-2012 04:00 PM |
I wonder if I could call bassstringsonline and ask them which Dunlop or sits have that
|Technotitclan ||12-26-2012 04:02 PM |
Fender strings also have wrap.
|mmbongo ||12-26-2012 04:29 PM |
They are not Dunlop or SIT, they have never had silk wraps.
They are probably GHS Boomers or Rotosound Steels. Ken Smith Burners also have red silk windings, but blue at the ball end.
|bohemond ||12-26-2012 05:25 PM |
Then they were the GHS. I must have been wrong . I better buy another pack of the Boomers
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