Thunderbrown 59-66 CM / 23-26 “

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Compared to all traditional elastomer strings suitable for bass ukuleles , Thunderbrown strings offers several advantages:

  • They do not show the so called  ‘sausaging effect‘ (strings pulled by hand change their diameter permanently).
  • They are made from plant-derived bio-elastomers.
  • The metal added to the plastic blend in micronised copper form is minimal in the first string and maximal in the fourth string: this ensures perfect acoustic homogeneity of the set.
  • The strings guarantee perfect finger slide on the left hand.
  • The diameter is small enough to be comparable to standard wound strings of the  acoustic bass guitars.
  • The sound is so powerful that they can be installed on instruments with traditional soundboard (i.e. not solid top) and played without amplification.
  • The string tension has been increased compared to that of our Thundergut, Thunderblack and Thundered strings.

 

 

167U THUNDERBROWN U-BASS EXTRA 4 STRINGS – 59-66 CM / 23-26 ” scale
Note Gauge Length
Sol 2.40 95 cm
Re 3.00 95 cm
La 3.30 95 cm
Mi 4.00 95 cm

 

How to install the G string

These strings are made with an elastomer. An elastomer behaves exactly like a rubber band: it stretches a lot under tension.

At the same time, being a rubber material, it doesn’t slide on the nut (and that’s precisely why rubber is used in shoe soles): when tuning, you should keep it out of the nut groove and only reinsert it at the end of the procedure.

Below, we present two different procedures explaining how to install the E string (but these procedures also apply to the other three strings A, D, and G).

Once installed, the strings should be pulled several times by hand (as seen in the video): this way, pitch stability is achieved within a few minutes.

How to install the E string

These strings are made with an elastomer. An elastomer behaves exactly like a rubber band: it stretches a lot under tension.

At the same time, being a rubber material, it doesn’t slide on the nut (and that’s precisely why rubber is used in shoe soles): when tuning, it should be kept out of the nut groove and only reinserted at the end of the procedure.

Below, we present two different procedures explaining how to install the E string (but these procedures also apply to the other three strings A, D, and G).

Once installed, the strings should be pulled several times by hand (as seen in the video): this way, pitch stability is achieved within a few minutes.

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