Ernie Ball 2806 tin-plated steel strings offer smooth high notes, clear lows, and an overall lively tone. Smooth surface makes these bass strings easier on sensitive fi... Read More
Ernie Ball 2806 tin-plated steel strings offer smooth high notes, clear lows, and an overall lively tone. Smooth surface makes these bass strings 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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I am a rookie, and didn't know what to buy, asked a couple friends and players, I like the fat tube sound, (that why I have an Orange Amp) played the strings a few times now and love the fat sound and the smooth feel as well... so far they have stayed in tune pretty well...
The 2806's are some pretty nice strings. I use flats most of the time because they cut back on finger noise, I like the smooth feel. I have them on a Geddy Jazz and a Precision bass. The lows "thump" good and the mids and highs are good. Overall I'd recommend these strings although I think I may go back to the 2804's next time. The 04's have a little more tension which I like. If you like flats or may be thinking of trying some flats get some 06's...you may just like them.
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