LaBella Supernil Nylon Double Bass Strings

LaBella: Supernil Nylon Double Bass Strings

4.5 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

$101.10

LaBella Supernil Nylon Double Bass Strings are a popular choice for country, rockabilly, blues, and bluegrass, pizzicato playing without overspending.

Product Description

LaBella Supernil Nylon Double Bass Strings are a popular choice for country, rockabilly, bluegrass, and blues. Constructed of a nylon core and silver-plated wrap, the thick diameter and loose tension of LaBella Supernil Nylon Upright Bass Strings make them a great choice for Pizzicato playing, without spending more than you have to. Unlike gut double bass strings, LaBella Supernil Nylon Double Bass Strings are unaffected by varying humidity or temperature, but provide a similar warm, booming tone. All LaBella upright bass strings are made in the USA with American wire.

 

Highlights:

 

  • Great for pizzicato use
  • Budget-friendly
  • Warm, booming tone

 

Technical Information:

 

  • G-1003 – Nylon Monofilament Wound on Nylon Multi-Filament Core
  • D-1004 – Nylon Monofilament Wound on Nylon Multi-Filament Core
  • A-623 – Silver-Plated Copper Wound on Nylon Multi-Filament Core
  • E-624 – Silver-Plated Copper Wound on Nylon Multi-Filament Core

 


Upton Bass String Instrument Co. specializes in building award-winning custom double basses and offers accessories for the double bass. Upton Bass also services all instruments and bows of the violin family with world class restoration and repair, to view our online restoration portfolio visit stringrepair.com

Upton Bass is ready to offer advice and answer any questions regarding double basses or related bass topics. Please contact UB at sales@uptonbass.com or call the shop at +1 (860) 535-9399>. Hours of operation Tuesday through Saturday 10am – 6pm. The Workshop (The Barn) and showroom are located in Mystic, Connecticut conveniently between Boston and NYC.

 

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  1. matt moore

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Replaced the high tension strings that came on the bass with these guys. after spending a few days wearing my fingers out, i am more than pleased with my purchase. while the tone isn’t as bright as some may desire, it serves my purpose just fine. never touched strings so easy and inviting to play. perfect for just about any style of music, but the low tension nylon does wonders for your slap.

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  2. Blake Harris

    3 out of 5

    I put these on my bass about 2 months ago. They hold tune well and have a warm but not too bright sound. They are eating my fingerboard a bit, but that is more due to my playing style (rockabilly/psychobilly slap). So far I can\’t complain.

    NOTE FROM UPTON BASS: These strings have a nylon wrap which is usually pretty friendly to most fingerboards, especially Ebony. With an \”ebonized\” hardwood board or other \”softer\” materials, wear is common with any string, even natural gut.

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  3. Jerry Childress

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I play Bluegrass music and these are very easy on the fingers, last a long time and sound good. This is the 3rd. set that I have purchased and am very satisfied with them.

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  4. Jo Williams

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I replaced my Super Sensitive strings with the La Bella Super Nils and can report that the bass picked up volume and warmth in tone and the low tension makes it much more fun to play. I’m only an occasional bass player and when I do its playing back up to old time. These strings enabled me to get the mostest sound with the leastest effort. I am now a laid back bass player and actually look forward to playing it. Easy on the fingers too. I don’t use a bow…or haven’t yet. I have to keep checking the tuning which doesn’t stay locked in like the Super Sensitives did.

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