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LaBella 0760M Deep Talkin' Bass 1954 Original Flat Wound Electric Bass Strings

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String gauges: 52-73-95-110.The 0760M set was used on virtually every Motown gold record in the 1960s. Donald œDuckœ Dunn used the same strings on co...Click To Read More About This Product

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Bass strings for those who love the old sounds of classic R&B, funk, and soul.

String gauges: 52-73-95-110.

The 0760M set was used on virtually every Motown gold record in the 1960s. Donald œDuckœ Dunn used the same strings on countless recordings with Otis Redding and Booker T. & the MGs. These full and deep sounding bass strings are among the best ever made.

MPN: 0760M
FEATURES
  • Stainless Steel Flat Wound strings constructed with thick cores to produce full, deep, vintage tone
  • Heavy tension
  • Standard long scale length (37" string wound length i.e. ball-end to silk length)
  • This particular set is not suitable for basses with bridges that require strings to pass through the body of the instrument
  • Made in the USA with American Wire
  • Packaged using MAP Technology (Modified Atmosphere Packaging) to prevent tarnishing and ensure freshness

Order a fresh set to give your bass that classic sound and feel.

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