RB40-5 Nickel Medium Gauge Roundwound Bass Strings (40 60 80 100 125), White Black Red Blue

RB40-5 Nickel Medium Gauge Roundwound Bass Strings (40 60 80 100 125), White Black Red Blue

Rotosound Electric Bass Strings Roto Bass, Made in UK Nickel-plated version of the Swing Bass strings WITHOUT...
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RB40-5 Nickel Medium Gauge Roundwound Bass Strings (40 60 80 100 125), White Black Red Blue

RB40-5 Nickel Medium Gauge Roundwound Bass Strings (40 60 80 100 125), White Black Red Blue

£0.00 £26.45

RB40-5 Nickel Medium Gauge Roundwound Bass Strings (40 60 80 100 125), White Black Red Blue

£0.00 £26.45
Style Name: Single
  • Rotosound Electric Bass Strings Roto Bass, Made in UK
  • Nickel-plated version of the Swing Bass strings WITHOUT silk winding at the ends of the strings.
  • cheap quality strings
  • Long scale (34"/860mm) - also suitable up to medium (32"/810mm)
  • Rotosound Strings for E-Bass ROTO NICKEL 5-str. RB40-5 Nickel Medium 40-125

From the manufacturer

James How (former violin student and later graduate engineer) began making strings for his own instruments privately at an early age. From this, he founded the Rotosound company in 1958, which gained worldwide recognition for producing high-quality strings within a very short time.

The first Rotosound artists included musical greats such as the Shadows, Beatles, Rolling Stones as well as the London Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. Rotosound also produced strings for the guitar rarity Vox Organ as well as for the Burns Guitar Company.

John Entwistle (The Who) was the driving force behind the development of the SWING BASS Roundwound string.

James How (former violin student and later graduate engineer) began making strings for his own instruments privately at an early age. From this, he founded the Rotosound company in 1958, which gained worldwide recognition for producing high-quality strings within a very short time.

The first Rotosound artists included musical greats such as the Shadows, Beatles, Rolling Stones as well as the London Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. Rotosound also produced strings for the guitar rarity Vox Organ as well as for the Burns Guitar Company.

John Entwistle (The Who) was the driving force behind the development of the SWING BASS Roundwound string.

James How (former violin student and later graduate engineer) began making strings for his own instruments privately at an early age. From this, he founded the Rotosound company in 1958, which gained worldwide recognition for producing high-quality strings within a very short time.

The first Rotosound artists included musical greats such as the Shadows, Beatles, Rolling Stones as well as the London Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. Rotosound also produced strings for the guitar rarity Vox Organ as well as for the Burns Guitar Company.

John Entwistle (The Who) was the driving force behind the development of the SWING BASS Roundwound string.

The success spread quickly and attracted other artists and bands like Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd and Queen as the "British Invasion". Jaco Pastorius, The Edge, Oasis, Guthrie Govan, Billy Sheehan, Doug Wimbish and currently Michael Amott (Arch Enemy, Carcass) and Mikey Demus (Skindred) knew and know how to appreciate the legendary Rotosound sound.

What began with electric bass strings expanded to SWING, JAZZ and SOLO bass strings, which already stood for world-class quality when the strings of other manufacturers were still in the laborious development phase. Today, the Rotosound range comprises more than 130 different sets of strings: 57 electric bass, 21 acoustic guitar, 3 acoustic bass, 4 classical guitar, 31 electric guitar and 14 different sets for traditional instruments.

SM55 Solo Bass

  • Made in UK
  • Stainless steel. Rolled version of the Swing Bass 66, smoother surface.
  • Mass and brightness are retained, reduces finger noise and fret wear
  • Excellent on fretless basses and for studio use
  • Long scale (34"/860mm) - also suitable up to medium (32"/810mm)

RS66LA Swing Bass

  • Made in UK
  • Stainless Steel Stainless Steel string
  • Long scale (34"/860mm) - also suitable up to medium (32"/810mm)
  • 4-string:
  • RS66LA Extra Light .030 "w, .050 "w, .065 "w, .85 "w.
  • FM66 Funkmaster Custom .030 "w, .050 "w, .070 "w, .90 "w.
  • RS66LB Medium-Light .035 "w, .055 "w, .070 "w, .90 "w.
  • SM66 Standard .040 "w, .060 "w, .080 "w, .90 "w.
  • RS66LC Medium .040 "w, .060 "w, .075 "w, .95 "w.

SM77 Jazz Bass

  • Made in UK
  • Monel flat wire wound, legendary deep, solid sound
  • Long scale (34"/860mm) - also suitable up to medium (32"/810mm)
  • 4-string:
  • SM77 Hybrid .040 "w, .060 "w, .080 "w, .100 "w.
  • RS77LD Standard .045 "w, .065 "w, .085 "w, .105 "w.
  • RS77LE Heavy .050 "w, .075 "w, .095 "w, .110 "w.
  • SH77 STEVE HARRIS Signature Heavy .050 "w, .075 "w, .095 "w, .110 "w. Custom
  • 5-string:
  • RS775LD Standard .045 "w, .065 "w, .085 "w, .105 "w, .130 "w.

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