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Pedulla Electric Bass Nickel Wound .045 - .100, PN4

Pedulla Electric Bass Nickel Wound .045 - .100, PN4
Manufacturer:
Pedulla
Manufacturer Part #:
PN4
SKU:
PED_PN4
Price:
$25.47

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Product Reviews for Pedulla Electric Bass Nickel Wound .045 - .100, PN4

 

NOTE

DESCRIPTION

DIAMETER INCHES

TENSION LBS

1st G

Nickel Round Wound

.045

 

2nd D

Nickel Round Wound

.065

 

3rd A

Nickel Round Wound

.080

 

4th E

Nickel Round Wound

.100

 



 

 

Pedulla: The Serious Bass Strings

 

"For two decades, M.V. Pedulla Guitars, Inc. has been making some of the world's finest basses. Utilizing an ideal combination of metal, winding, and tension, Pedulla strings match the high quality and sonic integrity of Pedulla's handcrafted instruments. Pedulla Strings deliver an open, natural sound, with strong attack and harmonically rich sustain on any bass. Available in both stainless steel and nickel, Pedulla strings deliver an unequalled sonic performance, superior playability, and the ability to withstand the demanding rigors of both stage and studio.

A critical element in all Pedulla sets is string-to-string balance, in terms of both tone and tension. Tight windings of specially chosen metal provide a robust, lively sound - even on the low B string of the 5- and 6- string sets. The B string matches the focus, timbre, and color of the other strings, so the tone is as tight and focused as the E string. In addition, it intonates extremely well, something that's absolutely crucial to the demanding bass player.

Pedulla's stainless steel strings are designed for maximum punch, power, and bottom end with a bright attack. The nickel strings are voiced with greater growl in the low end with a classic, muscular overall tone. Sets for 4-, 5-, and 6-string basses are offered in gauged sets; separate strings are also available."

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