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Aquila 92U Red Series ShortBass-One Strings

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Aquila 92U Red Series ShortBass-One Strings
Aquila 92U Red Series ShortBass-One Strings
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Aquila RED SERIES Shortbass GDAE (ONLY for 23.6″ (60 cms)

FRETLES STRINGS: Red Series Aquila Corde Armoniche RED SERIES STRINGS AQUILA CORDE ARMONICHE All Shortbass-One models are using a new type of strings specifically designed by Aquila Corde Armoniche for this instrument: the red series. Red Series strings are basically a mixture of elastic plastic mixed with copper metal powder to make the sound rich and powerful. They are designed and manufactured at our headquarters in Vicenza Italy

Key Features:

1) A powerful sound, rich and warm, excellent sustain. The combination of ShortBass-One with these new strings produced a truly innovative sound with sonority very similar to the timbre of the double bass. There is nothing comparable with these strings on the market, either wound or in alternative materials.

2) They do not rotate and do not stick: in the past the attempt of many companies by experimenting with new materials to produce alternative strings to traditional wound strings achieved poor results due to resistance of the material to the fingers, such as for silicone, or for annoying rotation of the string that makes extremely difficult to play.


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By olgoat
Chicago, il
December 28, 2018
Nice alternative to the stock White strings on the GT Microbass
Intonation was a bit improved. Still hangs in the nut making tuning difficult. Not as sticky as the original white strings and pretty good tone. Feels like there is a bit more string tension which is nice.

You have to like red though. :) Overall worth a try on the microbass. Not a lot of other alternatives other than the Labella Silverbacks.
ProsBit better tone. A bit less sticky (compared to the original white strings on the GT Microbase)
ConsTuning is still difficult due to hanging in the nut slots. Intonation is still a bit wonky.

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