DR Strings NEON Hi-Def Green Bass SuperStrings Light 4-String
.040 Gauge Electric Bass Guitar Strings
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Vibrant strings that glow.
NEON is the second in DR's SuperStrings series. Super bright in daylight, and with stage lighting. DR's NEON strings are so bright in appearance "they look like they are on fire." DR's NEON strings shine brightly under stage lights, and are 100% black light active so they glow strongly under UV lighting. And DR's NEON sound as good as they look. As Joey Clemment from Selena Gomez said, "Yeah they look great, but they sound incredible!"
NEON is the first coated string to make no apologies. While NEON lasts as long as a coated string should (three to four times as long as uncoated strings) they sound as good, or better than uncoated strings.
K3 Coating Care
The K3 coating on EXTRA-life strings is designed for use with standard picks and fingers. The K3 coating can be damaged by scraping against metal. It is important that care be taken when stringing guitars and basses where the strings are passed through a metal block or bridge. Scraping can damage the coating.
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- Good Tone
- Long Life
- Visually stunning
- Can obscure fret markers
Comments about DR Strings NEON Hi-Def Green Bass SuperStrings Light 4-String:
I bought these strings on a whim for an Ibinez SR405, and never regretted it. I get the full range of authoritative tone I get from any other strings (better than many, and much better than some). For the price of a set of strings, I get a set of strings and free stage presence. My best friend and guitar player, who despises flashy gimmicks, had to admit they sounded good.
The only possible downside is that the brightness of the strings can make it difficult to see fret markers, so leave yourself some adjustment time between putting these strings on your bass, and doing any gigs with them.
Oh, and the coating will come off, so just be careful when you are threading them through your bridge, and know to expect it if you use a metal pick.