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Thomastik-Infeld IN344 Superalloy Round Wound Hex Core Bass Guitar Strings

Item# THI_IN344
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Thomastik-Infeld IN344 Superalloy Round Wound Hexcore Bass Guitar Strings are the bass string for today's modern player!

"INFELD bass strings deliver modern tone, with balanced spread across the frequency spectrum. They communicate in a full, wellrounded bass, throaty mids and solid treble without brittleness." - Thomastik-Infeld

Thomastik-Infeld IN344 Superalloy Round Wound Hexcore Bass Guitar Strings offer a warm, balanced tone with a round wound super alloy wrap wire around a hexcore. The super alloy is also easier on your frets than stainless and steel strings.

Infeld/Superalloy Round Wound 45 65 80 105

Note: These are Long Scale - 34"

What makes Thomastik-Infeld different?
Pursuing the perfect sound, Thomastik-Infeld starts with steel and nylon as core materials for their strings. The highly qualified technicians then wind and check every string by hand in order to insure quality and perfect tone. Infeld and his staff continually pursue the ever changing musical world, applying the evolving preferences in timbre, technique, and playing to their own imagination in pursuit of delivering perfection.

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By David C.
Kansas City
Amazing feel and perfect sound!
May 18, 2020
I have tried almost every kind of round wound bass string out there. These are my favorite strings, and now, the ONLY strings I use. They sound broken in almost immediately, and they stay right there without degrading in tone for a very, very long time. The feel is perfect, to me - flexible and smooth, but not floppy or loose...perfect. If you play bright sounding steel strings, this ain't for you. But, if you like an all around versatile "cover anything" string, that's easy on your fingers and frets, these are what you have been searching far and wide for. Can you tell that I dig 'em?
By Trevor S.
Austin, TX
My favorite strings for a decade and beyond!
March 12, 2019
These sound great with my Pbass!
Good growl and clarity, and with the tone knob they thump like nobody's business!
Plus, they last a loooong time! I put 200+ gigs on a set! They don't die, they just mellow out real nice.
By Brother D.
June 12, 2011
For about six years I have used with great success T.I. PowerBass EB344 roundwound bass sets on numerous passive basses and for even longer I've used the T.I. Jazz Flats on an active bass and liked them enough to keep buying them for that bass. Shortly after the IN344 Infeld set was introduced I had just bought a new Fender P-Bass that still had the factory strings on it, so it seemed like a good time to get some of the new IN344 Infeld Superalloys and put them on. I expected great things but didn't find them. The "D" string broke during setup near the bridge retaining ring. This did not inspire confidence. I contacted the USA distributor (Connolly & Company) and they immediately sent a replacement. Fortunately I had bought two sets so I used the "D" string from the 2nd set to complete the setup. Once set up I had lots of bottom and no top. They played fine but had higher tension than the EB344 PowerBass set I was used to playing. The original strings on the Fender had a wider tonal range. Long story short, it is better for me if I spend the extra $15 and get the PowerBass EB344 set. As much as I love the PowerBass set and like the Jazz Flat set from T.I., the Infeld Superalloy set I find far less versatile. For me it is a one trick pony that does the deep "sit in the mix" thing well but can't move up front when called upon to do so. These would be an OK orchestral recording string. I can't say how long the IN344 set lasts as I used them about 10 minutes and then went back to instruments with PowerBass and Jazz Flat strings and sold that P-Bass without seriously playing it again. Also when the replacement string arrived from Connolly and Company I sold the 2nd set on eBay. I will not use the Infeld Superalloy IN344 set again because it just isn't for me at all. I found nothing particularly unique about them. I play in an old school band that plays music from the 60's and these sounded too old school even for that.
By Edward
Infeld IN344 Superalloy
December 19, 2010
Even tone across the strings, smooth feeling. Typical Thomastik-Infeld quality (top notch!).

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