D'Addario EXL170S Light XL Nickel Wound Electric Bass Strings (4-String, Short Scale, 45 - 100)

BH #DAEXL170S • MFR #EXL170S
D'Addario
D'Addario EXL170S Light XL Nickel Wound Electric Bass Strings (4-String, Short Scale, 45 - 100)
Key Features
  • For 4-String Electric Bass Guitars
  • Nickel-Plated Steel Wrap Wire
  • Distinctive Bright Tone
  • Increased Magnetic Output
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This set of EXL170S Light XL Nickel Wound Electric Bass Guitar Strings from D'Addario is the company's best-selling bass set and offers the ideal combination of bright, booming tone and comfortable feel. It fits short scale basses with string scale length up to 32" and is well suited for all playing styles.

D'Addario EXL170S Overview

This set of EXL170S Light XL Nickel Wound Electric Bass Guitar Strings from D'Addario is the company's best-selling bass set and offers the ideal combination of bright, booming tone and comfortable feel. It fits short scale basses with string scale length up to 32" and is well suited for all playing styles.

XL strings are manufactured from nickel-plated steel, which is precision wound using the company's proprietary digitally controlled machines. With increased magnetic output, they produce clear fundamentals, accurate intonation, and enhanced tonal consistency.

Short scale version of D'Addario's best-selling bass guitar set
Roundwound strings with nickel-plated steel wrap wire for accurate intonation, clear fundamentals, and unparalleled consistency
Distinctive bright tone with increased magnetic output
Fits short scale basses with string scale length up to 32"
Environmentally friendly, corrosion-resistant packaging keeps strings fresh
Made in the USA
UPC: 019954925420

D'Addario EXL170S Specs

Instrument TypeBass Guitar
Number of Strings4
Gauge Range45 - 100
Individual String Gauge.045w
.065w
.080w
.100w
Wind MaterialNickel-Plated Steel
WindRound
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.6 x 5.3 x 0.8"
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