Nickel 200 Roller Wound

0760M DEEP TALKIN’ BASS, 1954 STAINLESS STEEL FLAT WOUND

N946 NICKEL 200 ROLLER WOUND – LIGHT 09-46

The roller wound technique was first used in the production of violin strings and now has been adopted for the manufacturing of both electric bass and electric guitar strings. This roller wound method compresses and converts the string from a round contour to an oval-shaped profile producing a smoother and more flexible string. Today we are utilizing the same technique on our new Nickel 200 Roller Wound Jazz Guitar set.

The primary ingredient for this new series is the Nickel 200 exterior wrap. This material is softer than the standard nickel- plated steel wire – commonplace in most guitar sets. Our new Nickel 200 Roller Wound Series have a softer touch with a warmer and mellower tone. This new construction offers the performer an opportunity to play with more expression and a wider musical palette of colors.

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0760M DEEP TALKIN’ BASS, 1954 STAINLESS STEEL FLAT WOUND

N1046 NICKEL 200 ROLLER WOUND – REGULAR 10-46

The roller wound technique was first used in the production of violin strings and now has been adopted for the manufacturing of both electric bass and electric guitar strings. This roller wound method compresses and converts the string from a round contour to an oval-shaped profile producing a smoother and more flexible string. Today we are utilizing the same technique on our new Nickel 200 Roller Wound Jazz Guitar set.

The primary ingredient for this new series is the Nickel 200 exterior wrap. This material is softer than the standard nickel- plated steel wire – commonplace in most guitar sets. Our new Nickel 200 Roller Wound Series have a softer touch with a warmer and mellower tone. This new construction offers the performer an opportunity to play with more expression and a wider musical palette of colors.

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0760M DEEP TALKIN’ BASS, 1954 STAINLESS STEEL FLAT WOUND

N1152 NICKEL 200 ROLLER WOUND – MEDIUM 11-52

The roller wound technique was first used in the production of violin strings and now has been adopted for the manufacturing of both electric bass and electric guitar strings. This roller wound method compresses and converts the string from a round contour to an oval-shaped profile producing a smoother and more flexible string. Today we are utilizing the same technique on our new Nickel 200 Roller Wound Jazz Guitar set.

The primary ingredient for this new series is the Nickel 200 exterior wrap. This material is softer than the standard nickel- plated steel wire – commonplace in most guitar sets. Our new Nickel 200 Roller Wound Series have a softer touch with a warmer and mellower tone. This new construction offers the performer an opportunity to play with more expression and a wider musical palette of colors.

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0760M DEEP TALKIN’ BASS, 1954 STAINLESS STEEL FLAT WOUND

N1252 NICKEL 200 ROLLER WOUND – JAZZ LIGHT 1252

The roller wound technique was first used in the production of violin strings and now has been adopted for the manufacturing of both electric bass and electric guitar strings. This roller wound method compresses and converts the string from a round contour to an oval-shaped profile producing a smoother and more flexible string. Today we are utilizing the same technique on our new Nickel 200 Roller Wound Jazz Guitar set.

The primary ingredient for this new series is the Nickel 200 exterior wrap. This material is softer than the standard nickel- plated steel wire – commonplace in most guitar sets. Our new Nickel 200 Roller Wound Series have a softer touch with a warmer and mellower tone. This new construction offers the performer an opportunity to play with more expression and a wider musical palette of colors.