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    Rotosound Introduce New Bass Strings Foil Packs and Colour Coding

    By HC News |

    NEW environmentally friendly airtight packaging, with NEW colour coded ball ends and NEW artwork.
     
    The innovative airtight foil packets, ensures strings inside do not tarnish or fade by providing an unrivalled moisture barrier.  The packaging creates a stable environment, which keeps the bass strings factory fresh until opened. In addition the new Rotosound foil packs use 90% less material, making them their most eco-friendly yet.
     
    Rotosound bass strings now come with Red, White and Blue colour coded ball ends. To restring your bass guitar simply remember RWBRWB and the job is done. The pack’s new artwork has a modern clean look with bold colours and clear instructions, making them noticeably different, and very recognisable.
     
    Bass guitar legends throughout the world choose to play Rotosound strings because of their pure British tone, exceptional sustain, long life and clear bright sounds. Artists that include Geddy Lee (Rush), Roger Waters (Pink Floyd), Sir Paul McCartney, Billy Sheehan (Mr Big), Steve Harris (Iron Maiden), Duff McKagan (Guns ‘n’ Roses) and Bruce Foxton (The Jam). In the past other great bass players have used Rotosound strings including Noel Redding (Jimi Hendrix), Phil Lynott (Thin Lizzy), Steve Currie (T Rex), John Lodge (Moody Blues) and of course John Entwistle (The Who) who helped design the original Swing Bass RS66 strings.  Today Mark Saunders (Florence & The Machine) and Andrea Goldworthy (Paloma Faith) are discovering what the greats have always known and also chose to play Rotosound. 
     
    To find out more about Rotosound’s world famous British made bass strings go to http://www.rotosound.com

     

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