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Dr Strings Hi-beam Mr-45

4.5/5, 4.5 from 1 review
Stainless Steel Round Core 45-105
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Recent Reviews

  1. 1975Bassist
    Dr High Beams
    4.5/5, 4.5 out of 5, reviewed May 23, 2020
    Sound:
    5.00/5,
    Build Quality:
    4.00/5,
    Feel:
    5.00/5,
    Value:
    5.00/5,
    These strings are great for getting that bright AND bottom end sound essential for emulating Chris Squire's work re Yes (progressive rock in the early 70's). They also work on my Jazz Fretless for performing Jazz Fusion, particular 70's Weather Report, et. al. Also note: many comparisons here on TB re sounding like Rotosounds, but I have found these to be cleaner sounding and keep that sought after crisp tones much longer than most roundwounds I've used. If you play a Rickenbacker as I do, these are the strings to have....
    Price Paid:
    21.99
    One member found this helpful.
    Abke and Trabeen like this.

Item Details

  1. Guages:
    .45-.65-.85-.105
    Price:
    $28
    Hi-Beam stainless steel bass strings are round wound and constructed on a round core which is unique in the industry. Hi-Beams require much more time, care and extra steps to make than other bass strings. The extra effort DR expends making Hi-Beams results in a bass string that is highly flexible and musically but not harshly bright. They are renowned for durability, unusually long life, consistency and string-to-string balance. They don’t eat your frets. HI-BEAMS are the string to choose for brightness, punch and ease of playing. Hi-Beam bass strings require much more time, care and extra steps to make than other bass strings.
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