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Post Flatwound / Tapewound Strings?
Just curious if anyone's tried flats or tapes other Stick or Railboard? I love the feel of flats on my Fretless bass and didn't know if they would cross over well to Stick?

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Tue Mar 28, 2017 10:08 am
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Post Re: Flatwound / Tapewound Strings?
I'm curious to see who'll chime in here, most folks swear by SE strings so it will be interesting to hear any stories? Most likely non-Stickists I would imagine.


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Post Re: Flatwound / Tapewound Strings?
Here's a demo I recorded in 1982 with my old #466 ironwod stick (before tracking the vocals). At that time, I would record on a TEAC 8 track machine. There were flatwound strings on the Stick and the bass side sounds quite badass. I remember using a two hand bass part mixed technique of tapping and slapping the notes to produce harmonics.Check it out.

http://www.swissstick.ch/_Media/stick82.mp3


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