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GHS M3045 Bass Boomers Medium Electric Bass Strings  

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Gauges 45-65-85-105. GHS has made the highest-quality strings since 1964 and Bass Boomers are their most popular bass strings. They are also nickel-plated to go easy on the frets.

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Gauges 45-65-85-105. GHS has made the highest-quality strings since 1964 and Bass Boomers are their most popular bass strings. They are also nickel-plated to go easy on the frets.

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GHSM3045 Bass Boomers Medium Electric Bass Strings
 
4.4

(based on 5 reviews)

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

My New Favorite String

By Stacy Prados

from Lafayette, LA

Comments about GHS M3045 Bass Boomers Medium Electric Bass Strings:

These things are loud and clear. They have some serious low end thump, but are still bright on the high end, so they sound great for slap and pop. What I really like about these strings is that they are stiffer than most nickel bass stings. This allows you to keep the action low and keep enough tension on the strings to tune down to drop D or even drop C without the low strings getting too floppy and buzzy. Those who complain about them being hard on the fingers just need to toughen up. I can play on them for two hours a night with no problems. They have a smooth feel, and when playing finger style, your fingers slide right off of them. My only complaint is the red silk ends. I play mostly black basses, one of which is a Music Man Stealth, so the red doesn't match. They should use a black or silver thread so it matches most basses. I easily solved this problem with a black marker though! If you like loud, stable strings that don't flop around and have a smooth feel, get yourself a set.

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great strings, not quite my sound though

By Entwistle_Fan

from Franklin, MA

Comments about GHS M3045 Bass Boomers Medium Electric Bass Strings:

I've had these strings on my bass for a while now, and I'm about to change to some Rotosound flatwounds. They're really good strings, and I've been happy with them, they just aren't my sound. I recommend them to any funky bass player, pop n' slap sounds great on them.

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

very good strings

By tony pepper

from St. Louis

Comments about GHS M3045 Bass Boomers Medium Electric Bass Strings:

these r really nice strings,7 sound great....but my only deal is that I tink these r only good 4 like punk rock & stuff....and im more of a meta guy. :)

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(6 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

good strings but not for fingers

By wicked555

from thornton,co

Comments about GHS M3045 Bass Boomers Medium Electric Bass Strings:

The GHS bass boomers are good strings, but I don't like to use my fingers while playing with these strings. The strings give of a nice sound, but they can hurt your fingers. Over all I say if you play with a bass pick these would be good strings for you.

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(7 of 25 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Protect your fingers, don't buy these

By ATLmusicMAN

from Atlanta, GA

Comments about GHS M3045 Bass Boomers Medium Electric Bass Strings:

I have been using these for about 6 months, 1-4 times a week for about an hour each time, and my fingertips are torn up. After playing, my fingertips are on fire and have a layer or two of skin peeling off. I know I play hard, but this never happened with my Ernie Ball Slinky strings.

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