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DR Strings Drop Down Tuning Lite 4-String Bass Strings (40-100)

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The first thing you will notice about these strings is that they go right into tune and lock in. Players say they are "so stable it is almost eerie." Now you can stand and deliver in tune notes at lower pitch that are clean and clear. Expect more and get more. Change tunings and be surprised how DDT's lock right in. Be surprised how little adjustme...  Click To Read More About This Product

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Gear returned in mint condition. If you're looking for a virtually new instrument in possibly less-than-perfect packaging, this is a great value.
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Gear returned in great condition, with only minor signs of use, such as slight scuffs or pick marks. It looks and plays like new and may be considered an equivalent to display units found in retail stores.
  • Includes 45-Day, No-Hassle Returns
  • Includes full manufacturer's warranty
Price: $30.99
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Overview

The first thing you will notice about these strings is that they go right into tune and lock in. Players say they are "so stable it is almost eerie." Now you can stand and deliver in tune notes at lower pitch that are clean and clear. Expect more and get more. Change tunings and be surprised how DDT's lock right in. Be surprised how little adjustments you make. DDTs deliver far more than just heavy gauges. Drop with confidence, drop with accuracy. DDTs maintain their intonation at lower tunings far better than any other string we have ever played or heard. Designed over a two year build and test period to answer the needs of the dark side."

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Defective string replacement.


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DR StringsDrop Down Tuning Lite 4-String Bass Strings (40-100)
 
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5.0

Great Strings

By Dwight

from Hickory, NC

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Comments about DR Strings Drop Down Tuning Lite 4-String Bass Strings (40-100):

The DDT strings from DR were ordered for a a particular bass, a Dean Hillsboro Jazz, that has trouble staying in tune. I normally used DR Lo-Riders Nickel (40-100) on my other basses. This went a long way to handling the stay-in-tune problem. They seem to have "locked in" to where they are tuned each time I tune for play or practice. My only complaint (very minor) is that the stainless steel is a bit rough on the fingers coming from nickel plating. DR strings are still the best out there no matter which style you buy. They also last considerably longer that any other strings I have used in over 30 years (I've used almost everything on the market).

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5.0

Great Strings

By Dwight

from Hickory, NC

Site Member

Comments about DR Strings Drop Down Tuning Lite 4-String Bass Strings (40-100):

The DDT strings from DR were ordered for a a particular bass, a Dean Hillsboro Jazz, that has trouble staying in tune. I normally used DR Lo-Riders Nickel (40-100) on my other basses. This went a long way to handling the stay-in-tune problem. They seem to have ""locked in"" to where they are tuned each time I tune for play or practice. My only complaint (very minor) is that the stainless steel is a bit rough on the fingers coming from nickel plating. DR strings are still the best out there no matter which style you buy. They also last considerably longer that any other strings I have used in over 30 years (I've used almost everything on the market).

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