Ernie Ball Cobalt Slinky Electric Bass Strings (5-String Set, .045 - .130)

BH #ERP02736 • MFR #P02736
Ernie Ball
Ernie Ball Cobalt Slinky Electric Bass Strings (5-String Set, .045 - .130)
Key Features
  • For 5-String Basses
  • Proprietary Iron-Cobalt Alloy Wrap Wire
  • Tin-Plated Steel Hex Core Wire
  • Brass Ball Ends
These Cobalt Slinky Bass Strings from Ernie Ball are intended for use with 5-string electric basses and feature a proprietary iron-cobalt alloy wrap wire over a tin-plated high-carbon steel hex core wire. This proprietary cobalt alloy provides a stronger magnetic relationship between your strings and your pickups when compared to other alloys used for making strings. As such, they help facilitate an increased output level with a wider dynamic range than other Ernie Ball strings, as well as a boosted low end, clear and crisp highs, and an enhanced overall harmonic response. This 5-string set is gauged .045 - .130.
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Ernie Ball P02736 Overview

These Cobalt Slinky Bass Strings from Ernie Ball are intended for use with 5-string electric basses and feature a proprietary iron-cobalt alloy wrap wire over a tin-plated high-carbon steel hex core wire. This proprietary cobalt alloy provides a stronger magnetic relationship between your strings and your pickups when compared to other alloys used for making strings. As such, they help facilitate an increased output level with a wider dynamic range than other Ernie Ball strings, as well as a boosted low end, clear and crisp highs, and an enhanced overall harmonic response. This 5-string set is gauged .045 - .130.

UPC: 749699127369

Ernie Ball P02736 Specs

Instrument TypeBass Guitar
Number of Strings5
Gauge Range.045 - .130
Individual String Gauge.045w
.065w
.080w
.100w
.130w
Wind MaterialCobalt
WindRound
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.4 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.3 x 6 x 0.8"
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