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which type of strings give you the most trebley sound?

Discussion in 'Strings [BG]' started by cbass717, Sep 16, 2008.


  1. cbass717

    cbass717

    Jun 30, 2008
    i like a lot of treble like for slap and stuff. something punchy. what type of strings should i get ?
     
  2. allexcosta

    allexcosta

    Apr 7, 2004
    Steel
     
  3. BurningSkies

    BurningSkies CRAZY BALDHEAD Supporting Member

    Feb 20, 2005
    Syracuse NY
    Endorsing artist: Dingwall Guitars
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  4. tapp01

    tapp01

    Apr 10, 2008
    Wilmington, NC
    Steel Rotos.
     
  5. jmoroney

    jmoroney

    Aug 1, 2008
    basically anything that is stainless steel. GHS's are probably the best IMO
     
  6. ehque

    ehque

    Jan 8, 2006
    Singapore
    Roundwound, uncoated stainless steel.
     
  7. R Baer

    R Baer Commercial User

    Jun 5, 2008
    President, Baer Amplification
    GHS Super Steels are very bright and have a good firm feel to them.
     
  8. RCCollins

    RCCollins Supporting Member

    Mar 23, 2008
    San Diego, California
    rotosound swing 66s should do the trick
     
  9. GeneralElectric

    GeneralElectric

    Dec 26, 2007
    NY, NY
    You might wanna try the strings forum ;)
     
  10. mwalle1

    mwalle1

    Apr 19, 2008
    Cincinnati, Ohio
    I am a Huge fan of the D'Addario Pro Steels Super Bright Round Wound EPS170 Regular Light Gauge .045/.065/.080/.100 Long Scale strings if your a 4 stringer, they seem to give me all the Treble in I could ever want. Not too Bass heavy not too much Treble just super clean bass
     
  11. ROON

    ROON

    Aug 5, 2006
    Sydney, Australia
    The most trebly strings I have ever had were GHS Bass Boomers. I hate that sound and I barely played my Stingray while those strings were on it. GHS's are gross. :mad: Dean Markley Nickelwounds are pretty zingy at first but they warm up after 3-4 weeks.

    And how do you propose he strings his bass with guitar strings? :p
     
  12. DaneB

    DaneB

    May 25, 2008
    Western Australia
    Well they'd sure be trebly, after you stretched em on!
     
  13. cbass717

    cbass717

    Jun 30, 2008
    yea those are guitar strings. ummm....
     
  14. Mark Wilson

    Mark Wilson Supporting Member

    Jan 12, 2005
    Toronto, Ontario
    Endorsing Artist: Elixir® Strings
    Moved to Strings.
     
  15. Drifta

    Drifta

    Sep 13, 2006
    South Florida
    hahaha.. i got it.. maybe because i am reggae bassist aswell.. and well.. we don't like treble!! lol.
     
  16. lug

    lug

    Feb 11, 2005
    League City, Tx
    D'Addario Pro Steels
     
  17. AlphaMale

    AlphaMale

    Oct 30, 2006
    Ventura County
    nickel
     
  18. D'Addario Pro Steels, super light gauge! That's what I have on my Dillion and I can get a crisp twangy sound, like Duane Eddy's guitar but in bass form. I normally don't like bright strings or roundwounds for bass, but I need them for the context I play in with my main band. They are absolutely the brightest I've tried so far.
     
  19. I like Sadowsky blue label stainless steel strings for slap. They have a nice high end pop as well as a deep low end thump with a nice upper mid scooped tone, great for slap bass. They're also hex-core strings so they would be a little tighter in tension than your traditional round core string. I also like the DR High Beams, but they're round core.
     
  20. SanDiegoHarry

    SanDiegoHarry Banned Supporting Member

    Aug 11, 2008
    San Diego, CA
    DR highbeams or GHS boomers. Highbeams last longer but cost more (I like to play the low-riders myself)
     

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