Fender has been an instrument of choice for many of the greatest musicians since 1946. Fender's popularity through the generations is a result of their design innovati... Read More
Fender has been an instrument of choice for many of the greatest musicians since 1946. Fender's popularity through the generations is a result of their design innovations and commitment to quality. These flatwound bass strings reflect this legacy and are worthy of the Fender name. Attention to detail and the finest materials ensure that you will get the best feeling and greatest sounding replacement strings, set after set.
Fender Stainless 9050L bass strings are flatwound for a warm, rich tone.
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This is the first time I have purchased Fender 9050L's and found them to have that warm fender sound and no squeeks like with a round wound and the price won't break the bank. I use them on a Jazz Bass.
These are similar to D'Addario Chromes, maybe a little warmer tone, but similar concept. Great all purpose strings, work really well on my Fender Jazz. Still plenty of highs when you need them. Roll back your tone knob and you get the vintage Fender thump.
I love the feel of these strings they are a little to zingy at first but after you play for a few hours the soften up these sound great and pickup really good so you get a really loud sound they look dirty even they stay clean i recomend to everyone
I tried these on my 1952 Precision (not a reissue, it has a 4 digit s/n on the bridge starting with 01**). I did not care for the feel of them. I pick with my thumb and fingers and I found them to be as lifeless as tapewounds and they even had a stickier feel than tapewounds. I did try playing them with a pick but it was still thud city. After a couple of weeks I put the D'Addario Half Rounds I took off back on the old girl and like magic I had great tone again. I realize they're inexpensive however, they made a bass that is a piece of history sound like junk.
These strings give you that great flatwound sound and feel. I put these on my Gibson SG bass, and they even fit a short scale fine. These are just as good as any other flatwound strings out there, but without the price.
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