Fender 9050 Stainless Steel Flatwound Bass Strings

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Reviews for the Fender 9050 Stainless Steel Flatwound Bass Strings
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  • Best Strings that work for everything

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    I was an avid Roto Sound guy and loved them, But, My fingers and frets though didn't and evening of pain and big grooves in my frets discouraged me . But the tone and clarity was great. These strings get very close to that great piano wire tone of a Roto Sound yet smooth easy on the fingers and zer…

  • Fender 9050 strings

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    Fender stopped making them. It was too hard to take the E string from the 9050 M strings and use it to replace the E string in the 9059 L pack. Yeah, that's right, you have to buy both packs to make a Custom Light set, because, you guessed it, Fender doesn't sell single strings. Not the seller's fault, of course, but Fender definitely dropped the ball.

  • Fender 9050 Stainless Steel Flatwound Bass Strings

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    IMHO these are the strings that sound and feel best for bass. Many others are available but are much more costly. Why? I don't know! These are just great.

  • Great Value in a Flatwound

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    I've used flat wound strings on all my basses for a few years now but have always used La Bella strings. So I decided to try a set of Fender Stainless steel flat wounds on an old Ibanez SR390 bass that I had picked up. These strings were about $15 cheaper then the La Bella strings I normally use. …