SETS - BASSICS™
SETS - BASSICS™
When you plan on holding down the low end all night, look to Bassics™. Utilizing a slightly smaller hex core with a final nickel-plated steel cover, Bassics™ speak clearly and easily, while still retaining a focused low end, all the way up the fretboard. They sit right in the pocket, allowing you to do the same.
Why Should You Play Bassics?
- You want the full range of the bass, with a clear, even tone
- You play "all styles" and want a bass string that can too
- You love the vibe of Bass Boomers but want a little more "air" in the notes
|L6000||SETS - BASSICS™ - Light (37.25" winding)||040-102||BAS40||BAS58||BAS80||BAS102|
|ML6000||SETS - BASSICS™ - Medium Light (37.25" winding)||044-102||BAS44||BAS63||BAS80||BAS102|
|M6000||SETS - BASSICS™ - Medium (37.25" winding)||044-106||BAS44||BAS63||BAS84||BAS106|
|M6000-5||SETS - BASSICS™ - Medium, 5 String (37.25" winding)||044-130||BAS44||BAS63||BAS84||BAS106||BAS130|
Much as I love the Balanced Nickels I've been playing lately, I wanted something brighter to put onto a recently-purchased cheap used Squier 5 string Jazz bass after I had given it a good set up. Man, I love these strings! Great tone, bright without losing any punch - they make this bass sound much better than the price I paid for it. Best of all though, no floppy B string. Probably the best tension and clearest note I've had on a B in a very long time. I just wish I'd found them sooner.
Hey Andrew, thanks for the kind words on both the Balanced Nickels and the Bassics! I find the latter to be a great string, for all of the reasons you've mentioned. They're a great complement to the darker tones that the Balanced Nickels offer.
Really liking these strings on a wide range of basses!
Thanks for the kind words, Rob!