Our relationship with the four-string groove machine dates back to the early 1970s. Fast forward to 2019 and bass players of every style of music and playing type are spoiled with over 40 different sets of Ernie Ball bass strings to choose from. Shop Slinky bass strings here: https://ernieb.al/SlinkyBass
Noteworthy bassists who use Ernie Ball bass strings include Justin Chancellor, Tim Commerford, Shavo Odadjian, Mark Hoppus, Mike Herrera, John Myung, Mike Dirnt, and more.
Before you start shopping, you’ll need to consider the number of strings on your bass, the scale length, your playing style, musical genre, how often you play, and the tonal quality desired.
Ernie Ball uses high-quality nickel, stainless steel, chrome-plated steel, cobalt, and copper for its bass guitar strings. They come in 4-string, 5-string, and 6-string models, including standard scale, short scale, and long scale configurations to match any bass guitar rig you might have.