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FS: Used Spirocore Mittels w/ Long E

Discussion in 'For Sale: Double Bass Amps, Strings, & Accessories' started by Robin Ruscio, Oct 3, 2013.


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  1. Robin Ruscio

    Robin Ruscio Supporting Member

    Dec 15, 2003
    Denver, CO, USA
    FS: Used Spirocore Mittels w/ Long E

    This is the medium gauge set (Mittels) with the long E for extensions. ( Long Es cost and extra $50 new.)

    They are about 15 months old and have been played on moderately- 3-8 hours a week. I prefer brighter/newer strings on my dark bass for jazz playing but I know some players prefer broken in sets, especially for arco so I thought I would offer them up here. I've been asked by orchestral players in the past if I had any used Spiros.

    $125 shipped CONUS.
     
  2. Are they 3/4 or 4/4? Could be very interested :)
     
  3. Robin Ruscio

    Robin Ruscio Supporting Member

    Dec 15, 2003
    Denver, CO, USA
    Not totally sure; I didnt install them myself as they were on my new Nick Lloyd bass. It's 3/4 sized (41 inches).
     
  4. DC Bass

    DC Bass Supporting Member

    Mar 28, 2010
    Washington DC
    There is a way to tell, someone has detailed it here on talkbass before but I don't remember what it is exactly- I think it has to do with either the length of the silks at the tailpiece end or the length of the string between the silks...something like that.

    Joe
     
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  6. Robin Ruscio

    Robin Ruscio Supporting Member

    Dec 15, 2003
    Denver, CO, USA
  7. Robin Ruscio

    Robin Ruscio Supporting Member

    Dec 15, 2003
    Denver, CO, USA



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