D'Addario EXL160 Nickel Wound Medium 50-105 Long Scale Bass Guitar Strings

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D'Addario Nickel Wound Medium
Long Scale XL Bass Strings (EXL160)

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About this item: You too can use the same strings as many studio and stage guitarists who know that D'Addario EXL160 Nickel Wound Bass guitar strings provide distinctive bright sound and excellent intonation.

Sam Rivers of Limp Bizkit, says, "If you don't play D'Addario slow-wounds, don't play at all!"  In addition, artist's like Teddy Landau (Seal, Shelby Lynne), Jim Scholten (Sawyer Brown), and Kav Temperley (Eskimo Joe) keep fresh EXL160's on their instruments.

EXL160's are famous for their distinctive bright tone, precise intonation, and unparalleled consistency. XL strings deliver excellent magnetic output while providing a smooth, comfortable surface that reduces premature fret wear.

EXL's are D'Addario's best selling bass guitar strings.  The environmentally fresh pack is great for ensuring fresh strings!

String gauges are: .050 .070 .085 .105 inches

Manufacturer Part #: EXL160

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ConditionBrand New (New)
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