Friday, 10 August 2012
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Maybe this is a silly question but - are the Dingwall Voodoo strings available in other gauge sets besides the Light Gauge sets I have seen? I was sent 2 sets with my bass but I usually use a slightly heavier 4 string set. Thanks.
9 years ago
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No, they're not. You can contact Payson from Payson fanned strings for steel, nickel and ground wounds with a "standard" gauge 45-105. ffstrings @ yahoo dot com
9 years ago
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Is the idea that the Dingwall gauges are best for these instruments for some particular reason?
9 years ago
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I use both the voodoo's and the payson's, but I find the payson's better for my band, because we tune half-step down and the added tension helps. I guess it's just preference. Take a look at other posts in the string section, though. It'll be helpful :)
8 years ago
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As it happens, I'd like a slighlty lighter gauge. Something equivalent to a .040 on the G. I play with a light touch.
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