Another inventive first from Rotosound’s founder, James How, the Solo Bass 55s debuted in 1977 and offers a tone that is quite different from a normal round-wound string.
While the Swing Bass 66s put Rotosound on the map, the Jazz Bass 77s only furthered the legend with Thin Lizzy, Pink Floyd, and The Police among the followers.
The Swing Bass 66 were the strings that put Rotosound on the map and secured them their roundwound strings legend. So, how do they stack up 50 years later?
Junior Ribeiro may not be the most famous Rotosound artist, but that doesn’t mean he’s not worth checking out. On the contrary. Mean chops coming up!
Few guitar players master as many musical genres as Guthrie Govan, combining impeccable technique, harmonic overview and tons of creativity with… Rotosound strings!
Rotosound was founded back in 1958, and more than anything the company is known for making strings with clarity and definition. Oh, and for having invented roundwound strings.