Looking forward to your findings!JohnB wrote:As a result of Peter's recommendations in a previous thread I have ordered the Pyramid Sterling Silver Carbon (as well as the Nylon, just to see) together with Mari 100p trebles (as well as the Mari 100pl trebles, just to see) and Augustine Imperials (for the trebles), I also ordered the Knobloch Medium Carbon set.
So I have a lot of testing to do - the only thing is that I really don't enjoy the hassle of changing strings.
The Sterling Silver bass strings I use are Pyramid. Best bass strings around in my view. Their carbon trebles are very good but not quite as good in my view as the Knobloch.vigmostad wrote:Petermc61: Did you mean the Knobloch actives sterling silver or the ones called actives carbons?
I have done this before, but I have found it might kill strings faster since the package is already opened and the strings are already stretched out and they probably don't sound their best either. With the way I string up my guitar these days it's very hard to reuse them unless I don't cut the excess, which can be annoying and cause unnecessary buzz.JohnB wrote:One thing I have been wondering about is whether or not it is a good idea to remove a set of strings that is fairly new and then use them again at a later date (e.g. when trying out various sets of strings).
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