DR Strings Nickel Medium Lo-Riders 4-String Bass Strings

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These Lo-Riders love to funk.

Gauges 45-65-85-105.

Nickel Lo-Riders nickel-plated bass strings feature hexagonal cores wound with nickel-plated steel for a softer feel and a traditional warm nickel sound. Lo-Riders bass strings are even, long lasting, and loud with midrange growl. Excellent for fretless basses.

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  • Gauges 45-65-85-105

DR Nickel Lo-Riders will take you down where you want to go.

 
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DR StringsNickel Medium Lo-Riders 4-String Bass Strings
 
4.5

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4.0

Good strings

By Chris Grzesik

from Plainfield, NJ

Comments about DR Strings Nickel Medium Lo-Riders 4-String Bass Strings:

I play an old 1970 fretless Fender Jazz Bass with a custom ebony fingerboard and have been using stainless steel round wounds. The stainless rounds started to leave groove marks on the board. I went to half round strings which went dead in a month. The DR nickel strings are very responsive, deliver very playable tension, give me good harmonic intonation, and seem very consistent between strings. It remains to be seen whether the round wounds will effect the finger board and how long they will last. But so far, so good.

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5.0

Great Strings

By Evan-p0MSx

from Overland Park, KS

Comments about DR Strings Nickel Medium Lo-Riders 4-String Bass Strings:

These strings have a great sound and a pretty good life span. There's no real downside that I can think of. Definitely worth a try at the very least.

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