Unlike the classic 760N set, the 760T White Nylon Tape Wound set is made with a transparent nylon wrapped over stainless steel underlays.

Newburgh, NY (January 15, 2012) – As the innovators of the Black Nylon Tape Wound bass set, La Bella introduces the 760T White Nylon Tape Wound set. Unlike the classic 760N set, the 760T White Nylon Tape Wound set is made with a transparent nylon wrapped over stainless steel underlays. The result is a brighter sound and even smoother finish, allowing players to effortlessly glide from note to note. The 760T set is extremely versatile and can be used for electric, fretless and acoustic basses.  

Additionally, La Bella is proud to expand its extremely popular Nylon Tape Wound bass series to include a Light gauge offering: .050 .065 .085 .105.  Both the Black Nylon Tape Wound and White Nylon Tape Wound will be available in the new light gauge:

• 750T White Nylon Tape Wound Light, 4-String, .050 .065 .085 .105            
• 750N Black Nylon Tape Wound Light, 4-String, .050 .065 .085 .105   
• 760T White Nylon Tape Wound Standard, 4-String .060 .070 .094 .115

All Standard Black & White Nylon Tape Wound bass sets are available in 5-String (.060 .070 .094 .115 .135) & 6-String (.043 .060 .070 .094 .115 .135) models.

Additionally, all Light Black & White Nylon Tape Wound bass sets are available in 5-String (.050 .065 .085 .085 .135) & 6-String (.043 .050 .065 .085 .085 .135) models.

As with all La Bella bass sets, all black and white nylon tape wound sets are Standard Long Scale, and available in Short, Medium and Extra Long scales.

For more information:
www.labella.com

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