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  1. flats is not for everyone so you will have to try it to decide if you like them. the rotosounds are so stiff they feel like playing on solid steel.. group III eb or perhaps even group IV if you like strings light.. they are more flexible and dont have so high tension

    i love the way they make the bongo sound.. the bongo has this warm sound, with extended frequency range both up and down. i like the smooth feeling of the flats when you slide and the thump they introduce..
    if your biggest idol is flea and you want to sound like him.. forget about flats.. go with stainless steel, or perhaps even the new cobalt strings..
    if you like old skool james jamerson thump.. duck dunn thump.. a little less high end.. then flats will be your best friend..
    the best part is that a set of flats can last for years.. they dont sound worse if they are older
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    Hi mr Musashi : i am reading a lot about flat wounds , i seen your endorsement at the end of your posts , so i take it you must be an advocate of these flat wounds . Im thinking about putting them on my bongo . Are they better suited to a bongo than a stingray ? Ive never used em before , but remember when the rotosounds came out many years ago . yoroshiku onegai shimasu. thanks fevitz
  3. indeed my friend

    tromsų it is!

    MrM
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    I didn't want to download it, so I went to Mapquest. Looks like Tromso, Norway?

    Am I even close?? lol
  5. try it in google earth

    MrM
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    Okay, so is 69° 40' 0" North, 18° 58' 0" East in Norway?
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kids, work, bass, food, sleep.. in that order :D
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flats for the bongo!
roundwounds for the fretless!

eb customer support:
E-mail: musicman_customerservice@ernieball.com
Telephone: +1 866-823-2255

trussrod adjustment:
Click here for an image!
less relief / flatter = lower action
more relief / bow = higher action
do NOT use cheap tools to adjust with. they break and scrape up your bass!

if you have a 100th namm sr4: the truss works the other way around on those!

i have no affiliation with eb other than i love their basses

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