Saturday, 28 November 2015
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can any of you guys offer input here. i have a Dingwall super P [color=#FF0000:1uioewlr]4 [/color:1uioewlr]and want to try the TI jazz flats. they offer 2 lengths 34" long /36" extra long i have been told the 34's are long enough and then just had someone else tell me to get the 36? anybody here tried ? ...and which set works best? this thing is 34" nut to saddle / 35.75 from ball end to nut on E thanks
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I have the 5-string set TI's on my (JF345 Long Scale), so the 4-string set should fit as the E A D G on the 5'er is the same scale length as the 4-string. So, that would be the JF344 Long Scale set.
6 years ago
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And this is how they line up.
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man thanks a million that will save me a bunch of guessing, they are on the way
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The strings will line up a little differently on the 4-string, most notably on the G-string, but there are plenty of wraps on the string post, so it will surely make it to the end of the headstock. These strings are really expensive, so I can understand the reservation. The 5-string sets are even [i:2saeiwnk]more[/i:2saeiwnk] expensive, but nothing has the quite same feel as the TI's.
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I had a fender Aerodyne bass here this week upgrading the electronics for a friend. it had these on it and i was "smitten". they have the same feel as my upright strings nice and "smoove". I have had the Dwall nickel rounds on it , since i snagged it, time to try another , and can always bop back,Sheldons Bridge design makes swaps pretty painless. once again thanks for the Help!! :D
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