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Thomastik JF365 Jazz Flatwound Long Scale 5-String Bass Strings

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Thomastik-Infeld Jazz Series Bass Strings offer extended durability and high output. A highly flexible steel core gives the string a balanced feeling and a special character. The overall sound charact... Read More

Available 09-21-2015 You will not be charged until order ships. Email me when this is in stock.

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Overview

Thomastik-Infeld Jazz Series Bass Strings offer extended durability and high output. A highly flexible steel core gives the string a balanced feeling and a special character. The overall sound characteristics can be described as very close to the double bass. Nickel flatwound with a round core. 36" scale.
Gauges: .043 - .056 - .070 - .100 - .136.

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Thomastik JF365 strings

By Stephen Abrams

from Mecosta Mi.

I put the Thomastik JF365 Flats on my 5 string Ibanez BTB775. NICE!!! I had Rotosound Heavy Gauge Jazz Bass Monel Flats but the Rotosound over tone timbre is not as balanced from string to string and the Thomastik have better sustain and tone overall. I'm not a pro but I play live 1-3 times a week and I'm a compulsive nut when it comes to sound and these sounded good enough that I said wow to myself. Seems like they have more output and range of tone too.

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