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Ernie Ball Regular Slinky Nickel Wound Bass Set, .050 – .105

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The world's #1 electric bass strings. For over 50 years, Ernie Ball Slinky electric guitar strings have been the favorite of musicians across the globe, Ernie Ball's signature recipe consists of specific gauges and core to wrap ratios for balanced rich harmonics and that signature Slinky feel. Using the finest and freshest raw materials every string is manufactured in the dry Southern California climate using state of the art winding technology and undergoing strict quality control standards. Nickel wound Slinky bass strings consist of nickel plated steel wrapped around a tin plated high carbon steel core for a balanced tone that compliments all electric bass types and playing styles. Each set is packaged in an ultra low humidity environment with Ernie Ball's Element Shield packaging to ensure every set is as fresh as the day it was made. Gauges .050, .070, .085, .105. Part number 2832.

Customer Reviews

these things are awesome! Not only do they produce a bright

 on February 12, 2018
By Grimothy
I recently dusted off my old Ibanez EDB 600 and decided to restring it and clean it up a bit. I’ve primarily played with either Elixer or Dean Markley Blue Steels on my basses and after reading that Justin Chancellor plays Ernie Ball I decided to go with the Hybrid Slinks. Holy Christ on a graham cracker crutch, these things are awesome! Not only do they produce a bright, crisp sound on the highs but they also have excellent punch on the mid-range and clear, distinct tones on the low end. Even my 25+ year old Fender amp picks up every note with shocking clarity. Seriously, don’t waste anymore money on pricey Elixers or Boomers that promise to “stay bright” a little longer. What you get in marginally increased longevity with these strings you give up in sound and nearly instant improvement to the sound of your bass. Don’t be a dope, buy these strings and keep on keeping on.

Good for classic rock

One person found this helpful.
 on September 23, 2017
By Sander
The E string broke while restringing my bass the first time, so I contacted the seller and they INSTANTLY got back to me, and sent me out a new set within 2-3 days. So props to them for that!

Versatile Bass Strings

2 people found this helpful.
 on September 5, 2014
By J. W.
These strings are excellent. They have a punchy, full tone and retain their brightness even after extended time of playing them. They’re great for slapping and popping, both in tone and responsiveness. I play them for several hours every day and haven’t notice any major shifts in tonality or brightness. With an overdive pedal, you can bring out a deep growl while still retaining the low-end warmth. With a pick, you can get a clear, metallic and responsive tone. They can provide a very versatile range of sounds, from a jazzy thump to a metal growl. And for the price, it’s hard to find better.

Perfect choice!

2 people found this helpful.
 on September 1, 2013
By Phreak777
I’ve used these strings my entire life. I own both 4-string and 5-string bass guitars, and these guys give me the perfect tone. I love that punk rock-harsh steel sound that you hear from bands like Rancid, Guns and Roses and Foo Fighters; a sound that I get from playing with these strings.

Four Stars

One person found this helpful.
 on April 16, 2017
By ThatPaperThingAttachedToABagofTea
Ernie Ball makes consistently great quality strings. My go-to brand for both bass and guitar strings.

This set has a great gritty character

 on July 7, 2017
By Alexander
This set has a great gritty character, awesome for picking. You can notice that string tension is not that balanced on this set.

My guitar has got a soul now

2 people found this helpful.
 on September 2, 2015
By Dreamer_01
I’m not gonna give any detailed technical speech because i’m not good with that but let me tell you my before and after story.

A solid purchase

 on March 26, 2015
By Apollinaire
I’m surprised how well the B string plays. I expected it to be a little floppy on my 34-scale bass, but that was not the case at all. I probably will change brands next time just to experiment, but I’d still recommend these and will come back to them if I find nothing better.

Great strings

 on October 25, 2017
By Kindle Customer
As always, great strings. Not quite as bright as I would have hoped for with roundwounds but have a great sound and feel like all slinky strings by Ernie Ball. You can’t go wrong with these strings.

Great for drop tunings

 on April 28, 2017
By Johnny Klocko
About the heaviest gauge string on the market. Great for drop tunings, and hard players. Or a mix of both. Won’t break the bank either (looking at you DR)
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