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Discussion in 'Strings [BG]' started by ****yBassist, Nov 18, 2001.
Ok, so what's everyones fav strings and guages for the ole stinger?
Peavy Cirrus nickelwound bass strings.
Dean Markley Blue Steel Medium Light .045 - .105
Should this be in strings?
music man sabre:
.45 - 100s DR strings
...they're so tasty too
D'addario 1/2 rounds .130-.045
Agreed... Another thing, there's plenty of other Music Man's than the "stinger."
For example, my lovely Sterling.
I haven't changed my strings yet.
Haven't really found a need to yet.
I generally play my strings for 6 months to a year, before I replace them.
My next set will be the same set that was originally on there, considering I got them free from Ernie Ball after registering my bass, and they're what was originally on the bass (when I bought it).
I liked Warwick Black Label and Red Label Strings on it 45-130 (Stingray 5 Fretted).
Ernie Ball regular slinkys 50-100
i dont know, they came with the bass
Ernie Ball Power Slinky 110-55
MusicMan 5: Currently sporting Dean Markley SR 2000 medium guage: 48, 67, 84, 106, 128
Also have tried Labella Hard Rockin' Steel with much success ( although darker sounding, not as twangy as the Markley's ) 45,65,85,105,128
DR Low Rider Nickels on my Sabre.
ernie Ball Slinky 5 String.
45, 65, 80, 100, 130.
The only strings for that bass
Ernie Ball Super Slinky
I just bought a Stingray last Saturday, and I assume it's got Ernie Ball slinkys on it. I've heard other people say they're not that good, but, so far I like 'em. I just registered my bass too, so they should be sendin' me another set. They have a stiff sort of feel to them. Not bad.
Hell yeah...I also put on GHS Bass Boomers and I like those too...
I read the other day on EB's FAQ. Yes the SR has Slinky's. They all do.
I think I may experiement with some stainless steel strings, like maybe some of GHS's brighter strings, or maybe some DR's.