Lo-Rider stainless steel bass strings from DR are roundwound and constructed upon a hexagonal core. They provide more depth of tone and are a bit stiffer than Hi-Beams. Bass players who are into slapp... Click To Read More About This Product
Lo-Rider stainless steel bass strings from DR are roundwound and constructed upon a hexagonal core. They provide more depth of tone and are a bit stiffer than Hi-Beams. Bass players who are into slapping, popping, and tapping will love the high end and depth of Lo-Riders. The slight bit of stiffness makes these strings very accurate when playing harmonics. Great consistency and great string-to-string balance are DR hallmarks. Fits bass scale lengths up to 37-3/4".
Roundwound and constructed on a hexagonal core
More depth of tone and stiffer than Hi-Beams
Great consistency and great string-to-string balance
Fits scale lengths up to 37-3/4"
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Comments about DR Strings Lo Rider MLH-45 Medium Lite Stainless Steel 4-String Bass Strings:
I used to have some Ernie Ball regular slinky bass strings on my bass, and I thought they sounded pretty good. Good enough for what I was doing... or so I thought. They didn't have as much clarity or crispness as I wanted, so I opted for some Lo-Riders. WOW. The difference is immediately apparent... the DR's feel and sound tighter, crisper, and faster. These strings really do love to funk, too: the slaps, pops, and harmonics that I would do on my old strings suddenly sounded like a funkadelic symphonic adventure on the DRs. Bandmates since I got lo-riders have asked me if I have started running my bass through some new pedals or if I had gotten new pickups. Every person that I talk to is blown away by the awesomeness of these strings. They really do make a difference. Worth every penny!
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