Designed to give Paolo Gregoletto a bigger, bolder tone, Trivium Hybrid Wound Nickel Bass Strings are made with alternating nickel and steel windings with a nickel outer wrap to tap into the unique tonality of both materials. Nickel layers provide a big, punchy low end while the steel layers allow you to cut through the mix with an aggressive midrange. Boosted by steel and tamed by nickel, the top end is pronounced yet musical. Under the fingers, Hybrid Wound Bass Strings are smooth and comfortable to play. From tone to touch, you won’t find a more exceptionally balanced set of bass strings.
“I’ve been using Dunlop strings for a while now,” Paolo says. “When they came to me with these Hybrid Wound Bass Strings, I immediately made them a part of my setup. If you want to get the perfect rock or metal bass tone, these are the strings to use!”
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Trivium Hybrid Wound Bass Nickel Strings highlights:
• Designed to produce a bigger, bolder tone for Paolo Gregoletto
• Unique blend of nickel and steel windings for tonal and tactile balance
• Nickel layers deliver a punchy, powerful low end
• Steel layers provide an aggressive midrange that cuts through the mix
• Top end is pronounced yet musical—boosted by steel and tamed by nickel
Trivium Hybrid Wound Nickel Bass Strings are available now for $72.28 from your favorite retailers.
Located in Benicia, California, Dunlop Manufacturing, Inc. was founded as a small, family-owned and operated company in 1965, and has since grown to be a leading manufacturer of electronic effects, picks, capos, slides, strings and other musical instrument accessories. Dunlop is the home of such legendary products as the Cry Baby® Wah, MXR® effects, Tortex® picks, and many more.