GHS DYB80X Bass Boomers Roundwound Electric Bass String (Single String, Extra Long Scale, .080)

GHS DYB80X Bass Boomers Roundwound Electric Bass String (Single String, Extra Long Scale, .080)

GHS DYB80X Bass Boomers Roundwound Electric Bass String (Single String, Extra Long Scale, .080)

B&H # GHDYB80X MFR # DYB80X
GHS DYB80X Bass Boomers Roundwound Electric Bass String (Single String, Extra Long Scale, .080)

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Product Highlights

  • For Electric Bass Guitars
  • Nickel-Plated Steel Wrap Wire
  • Steel Hex Core Wire
  • Extra Core Strength for Durability
  • Warm and Punchy Sound
  • Extra Long Scale / 38" Winding
  • Made in the USA
  • Single String, .080 Gauge
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Bass Boomers from GHS are among the most popular types of strings currently used by electric bass players. This DYB80X Bass Boomers is a single .080 gauge, extra long scale, roundwound string with a 38" winding that delivers the classic power-string sound with brilliance, volume, and sustain, which is ideal for rock and funk.

Made with nickel-plated steel tightly wrapped around a steel hex core, Bass Boomers produce a warm and balanced sound with plenty of punch. Their extra core strength makes them durable and long-playing.

Should you break a string, this individual .080 can be used as a replacement to complete your set of Bass Boomers, 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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