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Guy Pratt Tone

Discussion in 'Strings [BG]' started by eggfart1, Jun 8, 2011.

  1. eggfart1

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    I know Guy Pratt uses an old 60's fender and flats, apart from being really freaking good what kind of strings would be good for his groovy/growly finger style tone on MM Stingray classic, it's a bright bass and maple fingerboard. D'addario chromes or ernie ball flats? thanks!
  2. eggfart1

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    looked at a pic. at the peg end he has very light lime colored green winding flats. any ideas?

    http://guypratt.ricardopadua.com/
    go to "press kit" and download the high-res promo images. One of them shows him with his fender bass and the headstock shows brightess lime green silk winding at the headstock.
  3. Caca de Kick

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    Guy doesn't usually use flatwounds. Maybe he keeps a bass or two with flats, but most stuff I hear, especially that '61 stack knobs Jazz has rounds.

    Trace Elliot strings is what he played and endorsed that had those green silks. I don't know if that still is the case or not.
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