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HateyMcAmp
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Spirocore S43 Solo Gauge Double Bass Strings 4/4

5/5, 5 from 1 review
Sprio Solos tuned to Orch!
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Recent Reviews

  1. HateyMcAmp
    Great low tension pizz string tuned to orchestral pitch!
    5/5, 5 out of 5, reviewed Apr 29, 2018
    Sound:
    5.00/5,
    Build Quality:
    5.00/5,
    Features:
    5.00/5,
    Feel:
    5.00/5,
    Value:
    5.00/5,
    Pros
    • + Nice clear but dark pizz strings. Easy on the hands.
    Cons
    • - Limited acoustic output.
    This is a review of Spirocore solo (4/4, S43) strings downtuned to orchestral pitch on my Shen SB80. So far, I like them a lot, way more than any other steel string I’ve tried. They remind me a lot of how Velvet Blue felt on this bass. Soft, but not floppy by any means. I know they’re thin, but they honestly don’t feel very different than any other steel gauge to me, being a gut / nylon / Velvet guy. They are way darker than the Sprio weichs / Helicore Hybrids I’ve used in the past, but still sound clear, punchy, and have some sustain on my bass. No mwah. Not dead sounding like orchestral strings. Easy on the hands. They sound wonderfully warm and full through my Krivo magnetic pickup. Less acoustic output than most other strings I’ve tried, but clear and punchy enough to be heard in an acoustic mix. I hope they last forever and I never change strings again.
    Price Paid:
    220

Item Details

  1. Guages:
    .044 .061 .076 .103
    Price:
    $220
    3AEA6A12-C29A-4EFD-9441-53B651E79F90. This is a review of Spirocore solo (4/4, S43) strings downtuned to orchestral pitch on my Shen SB80. So far, I like them a lot, way more than any other steel string I’ve tried. They remind me a lot of how Velvet Blue felt on this bass. Soft, but not floppy by any means. I know they’re thin, but they honestly don’t feel very different than any other steel gauge to me, being a gut / nylon / Velvet guy. They are way darker than the Sprio weichs / Helicore Hybrids I’ve used in the past, but still sound clear, punchy, and have some sustain on my bass. No mwah. Not dead sounding like orchestral strings. Easy on the hands. They sound wonderfully warm and full through my Krivo magnetic pickup. Less acoustic output than most other strings I’ve tried, but clear and punchy enough to be heard in an acoustic mix. I hope they last forever and I never change strings again.
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