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Ernie Ball 2804 Flat Wound Group II Electric Bass Strings  

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Gauges 50-70-85-105.

Ernie Ball 2804 tin-plated steel strings offer smooth high notes, clear lows, and an overall lively tone. Smooth surface makes them easier on sensitive fingers.

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Overview

Gauges 50-70-85-105.

Ernie Ball 2804 tin-plated steel strings offer smooth high notes, clear lows, and an overall lively tone. Smooth surface makes them easier on sensitive fingers.

All Ernie Ball strings are precision manufactured to the highest standards and most exacting specs to assure consistency, optimum performance, and long life.

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Will replace defective strings.


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Ernie Ball2804 Flat Wound Group II Electric Bass Strings
 
5.0

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5.0

EB Flats...a good sound

By Old Bassguy

from Festus, MO

Comments about Ernie Ball 2804 Flat Wound Group II Electric Bass Strings:

I prefer using flats on my bass. I've tried a few other brands but I like the EB's the best so far. I have a Fender Standard Jazz and a Geddy Lee Jazz, both with EB flats on them. The EB's have a nice, smooth feel to them cutting out any finger noise that may be present with roundwounds. The tone is great. Some of the other flats I've tried had a dull, flat sound. I know flats shouldn't be as bright as rounds but I do like to have some punch. The 2804's have a flatwound sound but there is some brightness to them too. I play different style of music, country, southern rock, classic rock, alt rock and these flats sound good for all styles. I would recommend the EB 2804 to anyone who likes to use flats or may be thinking of trying flats.

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