The bass tone of Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister is as singular as the man himself—powerful midrange with tons of punch and crunch. Dunlop now offers players the same set of strings that drives Lemmy’s iconic tone: stainless steel in the custom gauge 50-70-85-105.

Bass players demand consistency, durability and versatility from their strings. Dunlop delivers. Dunlop Bass Strings offer traditionalists, slappers, and pickwielding rockers cutting midrange, wide bottom end and a growl that will cut through any band. Carefully selected core-to-wrap ratios yield low tension strings with an extremely long life, and minimal break-in time. Each set is exceptionally well balanced string-to-string, and provides an amazing amount of dynamic range. Dunlop Bass Strings are available in warm and rich sounding nickel-plated steel and punchy and bright stainless steel in all popular and custom gauges.

Every set of Dunlop Strings come packaged utilizing three levels of moisture protection and sealed in a VCI Fresh Technology (Vapor Corrosion Inhibitor) bag to guarantee that your strings arrive as fresh as the day they were made.

Dunlop Manufacturing LKS50105 Features:
  • Lemmy Kilmister's custom gauge
  • Balanced tactile feel
  • Long life
  • Made in Benicia, California
Dunlop Manufacturing LKS50105 Specifications:
  • Gauges:
    • G: .050
    • D: .070
    • A: .085
    • E: .105

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  • LKS50105 Icon Series Lemmy Kilmister Signature Coated Steel Bass Strings (50-105)
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