Thomastik Guitar Strings Jazz BeBop 0.014 – BB114


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(3 customer reviews)
  • A similarity to the JAZZ swing in materials and string architecture, but with a small gauge round wound nickel winding, produces a strong, fundamental rich jazzy tone that is somewhat brighter than a flat wound.
  • This remarkable string is an excellent alternate choice or the player wanting real jazz tone, but with a bit more of an “edge”.
  • Gauge: .014 .018 .022 .032 .040 .055
  • Made in Austria.

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Thomastik’s basic principle is to develop a high quality musical string at the latest technological level.
The combination of craftsmanship, technology and a highly qualified team is the secret of the success of Thomastik-Infeld.
This is a company that has been manufacturing instrument strings for almost 100 years, located in Vienna, Austria.
They have also focused on sustainability in social and environmental areas.
As well as in the provision of individual service to excite musicians through their products.
Strings produce music.
On the one hand, the variety and beauty of the timbres depend on the various manufacturing materials, on the other, they depend on the combination chosen in the wound.

3 reviews for Thomastik Guitar Strings Jazz BeBop 0.014 – BB114

  1. GlevumGuy.

    Taken from Customer

    Reviewed in the United States on November 22, 2015

    Strings full of tone.

    Best strings for jazz guitar I have come across. I use these round wounds on my Archtops, as they seem to be more responsive, and give a brighter sound than the flats, and the 014 gages for max tone, (I’d use a heavier set if I could find them). Sometimes, when playing rhythm/Big Band I will swap out the lower string (.055), for a lighter gage. But a more accomplished guitarist might choose to vary the bass emphasis by merely adjusting the arc of the pick stroke.

  2. Ed Hauser

    Taken from Customer

    Reviewed in the United States on March 26, 2016

    Strings a notch above the rest

    Best guitars strings for playing jazz on an archtop. Big woody sound and last long.

  3. Albert E Waterhouse

    Taken from Customer

    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 15, 2015

    Good heavy gauge strings

    These are good heavy gauge strings.

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