Fender Electric Bass Strings
These four Fender 7250M nickel-plated steel strings produce a powerful, dynamic yet warm sound, suited for rock, funk, etc. With their medium gauge range (.045 - .105) they offer a nice balance between a full sound and supple strings.
The Fender 7250ML is the Medium Light version out of the Super 7250s series of nickel-plated steel bass strings. This round-wound set offers you the best of both steel and nickel: output, dynamics and playing comfort. Gauges: .045 - .100 inch.
The Fender 7250L is a set of four nickel-plated steel strings for long-scale electric bass guitars that have the high output and dynamic sound of steel strings and the playing comfort of nickel. Light: .040 - .100 inch.
The Fender 72505-M is a set of five nickel-plated steel strings for a 5-string bass guitar. Powerful, dynamic, warm-sounding strings for (among others) rock and funk. Medium thickness ensures enough body and flexibility.
The Fender 7150ML, made of pure nickel for great comfort and a warm, yet clear sound. The bass strings have medium gauge (.045, .065) and the treble strings have a light gauge (.080, .100) for a full bass sound and supple treble strings.
Fender's 7150M strings made with pure nickel have a warm, overtone-rich sound, ideally suited for (among others) jazz, R&B and rock music. The medium thickness (.045-.105) provides for an excellent balance between a full sound and supple strings.
Fender's 9050Ls produce a rich and warm sound ideally suited for reggae, jazz, country and R&B and are made of flatwound stainless steel for a long lifespan. The Light version (.045-.100) provides for more clarity and flexibility.