GHS CR-DYB80 Sub-Zero Bass Boomers Roundwound Electric Bass String (Single String, Extra Long Scale, .080)

GHS CR-DYB80 Sub-Zero Bass Boomers Roundwound Electric Bass String (Single String, Extra Long Scale, .080)

GHS CR-DYB80 Sub-Zero Bass Boomers Roundwound Electric Bass String (Single String, Extra Long Scale, .080)

B&H # GHCRDYB80 MFR # CR-DYB80
GHS CR-DYB80 Sub-Zero Bass Boomers Roundwound Electric Bass String (Single String, Extra Long Scale, .080)

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Product Highlights

  • For Electric Bass Guitars
  • Cryogenically Treated at -300°F
  • Nickel-Plated Steel Wrap Wire
  • Steel Core Wire
  • Bright, Long-Lasting Tone
  • Resistant to Corrosion
  • Improved Tuning Stability
  • Extra Long Scale / 38" Winding
  • Made in the USA
  • One String, .080 Gauge
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This CR-DYB80 Sub-Zero Bass Boomers from GHS is a single .080 gauge, extra long scale, roundwound string with a 38" winding intended for use on electric bass guitars. It is made with a steel core wire wrapped in a round, nickel-plated cover, and then cryogenically treated with liquid nitrogen.

The string is frozen down to a temperature of -300°F and gradually restored to room temperature, a process which improves its dimensional stability, keeping it in tune, while increasing resistance to corrosion.

Should you break a string, this individual .080 can be used as a replacement to complete your Sub-Zero set, or you can make up a custom set with single strings in any gauges you select.

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  • 1Description
Instrument Type Bass Guitar
Individual String Gauge .080w
Wind Material Bass Strings: Nickel-Plated Steel
Wind Bass Strings: Round

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