Aquila Thunder Reds U•BASS® Strings

AQ-R-TG-4

$48.99

A unique feeling and a strong, consistent sound. Until now, it was necessary to increase the gauge of a string for it to produce a lower-pitched note. But increasing the string’s diameter also increases internal dampening. That makes the string less bright, less responsive and more muffled; the thicker the string, the duller the sound. Aquila's revolutionary new approach changes the specific weight of the material, increasing it progressively to leave the gauge almost unchanged. The result is amazing: a brighter, more powerful and more responsive sound through the entire range of the fretboard and thinner strings with higher string tension than traditional strings. The strings also maintain their intonation better, because thicker strings need to be fretted harder, pulling them further out of tune. Thunder Reds® are a great choice for musicians who love bright sounds and powerful voicing across the full scale of the instrument.
  • Fit's all Kala U•BASS® Instruments
  • Red 4-string Set
  • Manufactured from Super Nylgut with Added Copper Powder
  • For EADG Tuning
  • Suitable for 20“ - 21" Scale
  • Bright and Powerful Sound
  • Improved Intonation
  • Short Stretching Phase
  • Maintain Stable Tuning
  • Made in Italy
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Reviewed by Sean L.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Very Happy and helpful team. Blown away by the level of care

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Reviewed by Christopher B.
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So much thunder! So much red!

I really like these strings. They replaced the Silver Rumbler strings that came on my fretless U-Bass. The Thunder Reds do not feel at all sticky. Very nice, indeed.

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