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Kevin Dean

Warwick Red stainless strings

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They fit a 36 " scale  but only just for anyone needing to know , It will be interesting to see how they last at £8.99 .  & why do some none coated strings last longer than others & why  & would wearing a glove like Scott thingy does make them last longer with no mucky muck getting in the string especially if using a plectrum ?

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I find it all rather bizarre, Kevin. I`ve now had a set on the go for at least 3 months and whilst they don`t sound brand new there is much more life/zing left in them than I would have on a set of Rotosounds after 3 weeks.

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I used to use them, but found them a bit too rough. They were good, but not great. Bargain though. Think I was paying about £11 a pack (bulk buy from Thomann). Switched to Fender 7350M's.

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I thought they were as good if not better than the Warwick Blacks. Having bought some blacks to 'improve' the sound ('cos they cost more), the reds went back on!

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I would like to stick with Warwick Red Label. According to the tag on my StarBass when I got it, those were the strings fitted at the factory. Unfortunately it seems to be near impossible to get a set with a taper-wound low B so I've had to change to Black Label in order to guarantee this.

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