Ernie Ball 2836 Slinky 5-String Bass Strings

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Go for the original with the slinky feel and the fat tone.

Ernie Ball 2836 Regular Slinky Strings for 5-string bass offers the popular round-wound strings that deliver maximum clarity and serious punch. The list of endorsers for Ernie Ball Slinky bass strings reads like a who's who of modern rock bass.

Ernie Ball is the pioneer of rock and roll guitar strings. Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, Steve Vai, and Slash are among the long list of Slinky players.

Ernie Ball Slinky strings are made in the USA with specially formulated alloys for long life and maximum vibrancy.

Gauges: 45-65-80-100-130.


Your axe will sound so much better you'll wonder why you waited so long. Order now. Order lots!

 
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Ernie Ball2836 Slinky 5-String Bass Strings
 
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5.0

Tone

By Stan--ZqtS

from Pennsylvania

Comments about Ernie Ball 2836 Slinky 5-String Bass Strings:

Great Tone and feel. The price is nice too.

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4.0

Very solid set

By Daniel-QHlH.

from sydney

Comments about Ernie Ball 2836 Slinky 5-String Bass Strings:

Ernie Ball strings are awesome. They create a bright tone, and the higher guage strings are very solid. The only problem I've found is that the lighter guage strings can snap if you are a really hard or rough pick player. But as long as you dont hit them with your hardest every single time, they'll keep going and going and going

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