Thanks very much for this information. Good to know. I'll give a report after I've made the string change and let that settle for a week or so.astro64 wrote: ↑Fri May 19, 2017 3:04 pmThe tension variation from string to string in any given string set is larger than the difference between a high tension and medium tension version of the same string for most if not all string brands. I never use high tension basses. There is no problem mixing normal tension basses with high tension trebles
Hi and thank you for the information.georgemarousi wrote: ↑Fri May 19, 2017 1:26 pmHi Jack!
In case Hauser strings are already of quite similar tension between basses and trebles, I thing it sounds logical to give it a try.
Note that Daddario already does that - trebles are higher tension that basses in the same set - especially carbon one's !
I checked with Kathrin Hauser about the possibility of mixed sets and they are happy to provide custom combinations. Buying direct from Hauser is certainly the most prudent option.petermc61 wrote: ↑Fri May 19, 2017 10:20 pmThe down side Jack is that you will have lots of sets of high tension basses and lower tension trebles that you may never use, which would effectively double the cost in future unless Hauser were happy to sell you mixed sets. If you like the combination that might be worth enquiring about.
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