any love for fender 8250?

Discussion in 'Strings [BG]' started by FunkRenegade, Nov 24, 2012.


  1. FunkRenegade

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    American precision through ampeg vst. Sounds pretty good to my ears.:cool:
     
  2. sigmafloyd

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    I loved the old 8250s, haven't tried the new ones. For some reason fender rounds don't seem to get a lot of love. Most think they are made by daddario so you'd think they'd be at least as good.
     
  3. phillybass101

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    I think that's what came on my Geddy Lee. They are not bad strings and sound decent. I loveit eveytime I slap that E string. When I change strings however it will be a set of DR High Beams. But there is nothing wrong with the 8250's
     
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    Fantastic Drop D nickels with the .110 E. Did I mention they sound pretty good, too?
     
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  6. Root 5

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    I think Fender strings are just fine; nothing wrong with them. You have to work very hard to not be able to buy a good set of strings today.
     
  7. FunkRenegade

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    I just wanted to try them out to compare with pre-dadario fender strings. They took a while to break in for rounds, but all in all, I don't notice too much difference in sound and feel. I do miss the nice silk wrapped ends tho.
     

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