the question is in the title on one of my basses I need the typical "piano tone" of stainless steel strings, and right now I'm using an old (but still sounding) set of DR Hi Beam 40-95. I really like the sound and the feel of Hi Beams, but I wanted to increase the gauge to 40-100 or 45-105, and right now DRs are too expensive (35/38 euros in Europe). so I was wondering if the Super Bright Steel are this kind of stainless steel string, that can give me a bright and crispy clear piano tone, without getting dark and muddy after a couple of weeks. for example, I really like the Hi Beam tone in this video: and in my exprience Hi Beams are the only strings retaining that clear sound after loooong time. in the end, it's all a matter of money DR are expensive, but I know they'll give me the sound I want (they are doing it right now, and I just want to raise the gauge for feeling reasons). Dunlops SB are good (I've tried the nickel plated version, but I'm not a big nickel fan), but I don't know if the steel version would give me the same kind of sound and same longevity. they cost just 22 euros, so if they match my taste, it's a big deal, saving 15 euros every time. however, I don't want to "bet" 22 euros without some reviews and advices from you guys so thanks a lot!