D'Addario ECB81M Chromes Flatwound Bass String (Regular Light, Medium Scale)

Craft rich and warm jazz and R&B tones with the mellow sound of these flatwound bass strings from D'Addario.
D'Addario Chromes Flatwound Bass strings are famed for their smooth feel and warm, mellow tone. D'Addario EBC81M Chromes are flatwound regular light gauge, medium scale bass strings (Gauges: .045, .065, .080, .100 to be exact). The strings are wound using an outer flattened, "ribbon" wire which is then polished to a smooth finish. Chromes deliver a deep, rich low end tone that's ideal for jazz and R&B, but also has applications in contemporary pop music.

Flatwound bass strings define the warm, tight bottom of R&B and Jazz. Complex combinations of interlocking underwindings on a hex core build a foundation for the delicate outer ribbon winding. Each string is ground and polished to produce an incredibly smooth surface.
Gauge: .045, .065, .080, .100
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 0.25 lbs
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): DAD ECB81M
For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 800-323-2746
(2 ratings)
Submitted December 19, 2011 by a customer from aol.com
"For the money,you could do no better."
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As long as i am able to play.
Sound
They are just great sounding strings.I play all types of music.I highly recommend ECB81M flatwounds.I am a professional bass player and,i have five bass guitars.They all have ECB81M flatwounds on them.What more can you say?
Features
Smoothe playability.
Ease of Use
Muffling the strings gives a great standup bass sound.
Quality
Excellent product.Never broke a string yet.
Value
Yes.
Manufacturer Support
I have had strings given to me. Yes they were.Yes. There was no problems.
The Wow Factor
Excellent.Yes,This product just sounds great
Musical Background:
40 years
Musical Style:
I play everthing except hip hop.
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