DR Strings Announces Pure Blues Electric Bass Strings

Pure Blues bass strings combine a fat, warm punch with an edge especially designed for the modern bassist.

Emerson, NJ (March 6, 2015) -- DR Strings announces Pure Blues electric bass strings, featuring Quantum-Nickel, an innovative and proprietary alloy that combines The Best of Steel with Nickel Feel.

DR’s Quantum-Nickel alloy offers players a smoother feeling bass string with deep low end, enhanced mids, tons of punch and bright, clear highs. Hand wound on round cores, Pure Blues bass strings combine a fat, warm punch with an edge especially designed for the modern bassist. Pure Blues strings provide more output, more power, and more top end clank than traditional nickel wrapped bass strings.

DR’s Pure Blues bass strings are now available in sets for 4-, 5- and 6-string basses. Pure Blues sets are offered in Light (PB-40), Medium Light (PB-45/100), Medium (PB-45) and Heavy (PB-50) gauges for 4 string basses. Medium gauge 5 (PB5-45) and 6 (PB6-30) string packs are also available.

Based in Emerson, New Jersey, DR Strings maintains the highest quality standards and construction methods. On the forefront of new wire and coating technologies, DR Strings offers an extensive selection of guitar and bass strings for electric, acoustic, and other folk instruments. DR Strings are proudly Made in the USA with All-American materials for over 25 years.

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