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Dunlop Unveils Dual Dynamic Hybrid Nickel Bass Strings

Each Dual Dynamic Hybrid Nickel string from Dunlop features a nickel outer winding designed to provide a fat, punchy low end.

Designed to offer a big, bold, and impeccably balanced spectrum of tones. With a robust fundamental complemented by vibrant definition, every groove you play will be packed with a hefty low end and cut through with just the right amount of clarity. And it's not just about the sound—these strings are exceptionally comfortable under your fingertips.

Dunlop Dual Dynamic Hybrid Nickel Bass Strings highlights:

  • Tap into the best of both nickel and steel
  • Nickel outer winding for big, punchy lows
  • Steel inner winding an aggressive midrange
  • Smooth under your fingers for comfortable playability
  • Exceptional balance from tone to touch
Dunlop Dual Dynamic Hybrid Nickel Bass Strings are available now in 4- and 5-string sets at $22–$27 (street) from your favorite retailer.
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