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Rotosound FM66 Funkmaster
Stainless Steel Roundwound
Bass Guitar Strings
Instrument 4-String Bass
Scale Length Long Scale (Standard)
Gauge Range 30 - 90
Gauges 30 , 50 , 70 , 90
Wrap Material Stainless Steel
Construction Round Wound
Hex Core / Round Core Hex Core
Tension 107.39 lbs
Standard / Double Ball End Standard Ball End
Coated / Non-Coated Non-Coated
The most popular Roundwound bass string ever. Rotosound was the first string company to produce this kind of string. Introduced in 1962 it changed the sound of the instrument instantly. The favourite string of many players including Billy Sheehan, John Paul Jones and Geddy Lee.
The steel used to produce these strings is unique, combined with a highly secretive manufacturing process.
**PLEASE NOTE** These are Long Scale Strings.
The string measures 37 inches from the ball end to the start of the silk covering. N.B. These strings have silk at both ends.
Gauge FM66 - 30, 50, 70, 90.
Made in the UK
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PLEASE NOTE FREE DELIVERY IS TO UK MAINLAND ONLY WHERE APPLICABLE.
ALL ORDERS FOR ISLES OR OFFSHORE WILL INCUR DELIVERY CHARGES AT INTERNATIONAL RATES.
NEW DELIVERY OPTION FOR 2020
We have added a new delivery option for this year.
We will deliver same day between 9am and 6pm ANYWHERE in Cornwall, orders over £299.00.
There are obviously some exclusion , but basically if you place the order during shop hours , and the product(s) are in stock, we will aim to get it to you later that day as long as you are in the County.
We think that is what local shops are for. It's a service for our nearest community of musicians.
We are contactable all day by phone or mail or chat on this website. If you wish to take advantage of this service, just place your orders and get hold of us.
A box will be heading your way later that day.
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