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GHS Precision Flats Flatwound Bass Strings - 4 String Set

GHS Precision Flats Flatwound Bass Strings - 4 String Set

On sale$24.65
Retail Price:$52.95
Your Savings:$28.30(53%)
Part Number:GHS_

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Gauge:
3020 - Short Light: .045 .060 .075 .095
3120 - Medium Scale: .045 .060 .075 .095
3025 - Long+ Light: .045 .060 .075 .095
M3050 - Long+ Medium: .045 .065 .085 .105
3050 - Long+ Regular: .055 .070 .090 .105
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  • 2+
  • $22.19
GHS Precision Flats are a Stainless Steel Flatwound bass string.  The GHS Precision Flatwounds create a deep traditional percussive tone by GHS's unique cross-winding string winding process.  Precision Flats are wrapped with a highly magnetic stainless steel flat outer wrap for strong output, longer durability and a smooth to the touch satin finish.

String Construction:
  • Short Scale - 30" - 31" Scale Basses - 32" Winding Length
  • Medium Scale - 32" - 34.5" Winding Length
  • Long Scale - 34" Scale Basses - 36.5" Winding Length
  • Long+ Scale - 34" - 35" - 36" Scale Basses - 38" Winding Length
5 Stars
Best strings ever!
I play 5 string bass guitars and have bought these strings for all of my basses for the past 5 years. I've tried other strings that friends recommended but I keep coming back to GHS Precision Flats! These are the best strings on the market if you like smooth feel, smooth sound but you can dial in some growl too, very deep lows, punchy mids, sparkling highs but not over the top bright. They last forever! I haven't had to replace on any of my basses yet! I highly recommend these strings to anyone!!! :)
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Reviewed by:  from Michigan. on 5/19/2013
5/5
5 Stars
Great price on great strings
I put GHS flats on my '76 Gretsch Broadkaster bass, and after they settled in and loosened up some, they just keep getting sweeter and sweeter. Fat tone and thump for days. A bit sticky and grabby at first, but that went away after about 10 hours playing time. Possibly the best flat wound string for the price.
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Reviewed by:  from athens, ohio. on 1/11/2013
5/5
4 Stars
Great strings for traditional P-Bass sound!
I was looking for a bigger, thumpier sound for my P Bass without going to really heavy gauge strings. These seem to be a good balance - they replaced a set of Pyramids (nice action, but not enough punch). Took a bit of getting used to the slightly heavier gauge but they are settling in nicely. I'm giving them 4 stars rather than 5 because the windings are a bit rough in places, but not enough to really affect playability.
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Reviewed by:  from Fort Collins, Colorado. on 8/14/2012
4/5
3 Stars
Not as easy to move on the fretboard as would like
I have had these strings on my Fender Precision Aerodyne for about two weeks. So far, they are just OK. I have D'Addario Chromes (flats) on my Carvin and I just love the feel of them so much better. The sound that the GHS strings produce is just what I was looking for, but I just have a hard time moving up and down the fretboard compared to the D'Addarios. Now, maybe the feel will become more comfortable over time. But if it doesn't, I will go back to the D'Addario strings next time. In any case, it's fun to experiment with all the different choices out there - if I didn't have the other strings to compare them to, I would probably have said the GHS strings were really good, since the tone is good.
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Reviewed by:  from Richmond, VA. on 7/23/2012
3/5
5 Stars
Funkadelic
These are even better than D'Addario Chromes. I've switched to lighter gauges, including on my guitars, so it's just what I need. They're smoother than the above, and the ends are wrapped in purple silk. I found that unexpectedly sexy. Can't wait to break in my set of 35-95 (L3000). I use a Precision Bass.
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Reviewed by:  from Melbourne, Australia. on 11/27/2012
5/5

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