R.Cocco Strings

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Re: R.Cocco Strings

Post by jcarruth20 » 06 Sep 2009, 15:08

Thanks for orders guys. Keep spreading the word.

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Re: R.Cocco Strings

Post by PilbaraBass » 06 Sep 2009, 16:22

do you have any strings that will make me a better player? ;) lol
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Post by jcarruth20 » 06 Sep 2009, 18:02

Yes we do. Had professor Frink work on the R.COCCO's and he has made them make you sound better and technique improve.IN saying this i now expect you to go buy a heap of strings.

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Re: R.Cocco Strings

Post by jcarruth20 » 01 Dec 2009, 13:48

Hey Guys. Update on R.COCCO bass strings.

We have dropped the prices on the net and you will see free shipping in Australia.

These strings are used by so many bass players and guitarists worldwide. Save yourself some cash and worry from not having to deal with the middle man.

Handmade strings are not seen at these prices.

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Post by terry » 18 Mar 2011, 07:36

Hey Jon.

Just want to drop a testimony for these wicked strings!! Raymond (ras1983) gave me a set as a present for my birthday last week, and man.. they KILL! I've tried different kind of strings (Elixirs, DRs, D'addarios, etc etc) and this one's perfect.. Alot of stainless sound very hi fi but this one is so natural. Not to mention the tension feels very light too!! For a 0.44 you can't go wrong with it. I gotta say my bass never sounded that good till I put these strings on. Amazing.
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Post by jcarruth20 » 18 Mar 2011, 13:05

Happy to help. Pricing on web is dam low as well. Cheaper then other names you mentioned.

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Re: R.Cocco Strings

Post by Nigel » 09 Apr 2011, 08:24

Jon (anyone) tonal differences between the stainless and the nickels? I've never owned nickles.
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Post by terry » 29 Apr 2011, 12:30

Just want to update, I've been going with this for 1,5 months now and usually any strings that I've used at this point go to the bin. These aren't. I'm not even considering changing yet, they're going strooooooooooong!!
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Re: R.Cocco Strings

Post by evilgus » 29 Apr 2011, 15:14

Not sure it's much of a comparison, but I have a new set of nickels on my Sadowsky Metro M5-24 and don't like them quite as much as the steels. They sound perfectly fine (bright, responsive) and a huge improvement over the Sadowsky strings, probably nicer than DR Lo-Rider nickels too, but the steels simply blew me away! (Especially the FatPak set I put on my Roscoe!) They also feel a little "grabby" on the fingers and slightly higher tension than the steels, so not quite so easy for the bendy stuff.

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Post by stoneboy26 » 29 Apr 2011, 15:25

How good are the Fat Pack SS ones?!?! That's what I'm running with at the moment, although I actually prefer nickels usually, and only started using these Stainless ones as Jon didn't have nickels in the fatpack, these are a great set of string!
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Re: R.Cocco Strings

Post by Nigel » 29 Apr 2011, 17:34

Just purchased a pack of 6 string SS for the Mailloux. Let's see how it goes.
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Re: R.Cocco Strings

Post by Nigel » 24 May 2011, 13:22

Just put them on. Fist impressions through the sound of new zingy strings is they have more clarity. More bell like, similar to switching from series to single coil. Much more acoustic sounding. I'll let them settle down for a bit and we'll see how they go.
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Re: R.Cocco Strings

Post by jcarruth20 » 24 May 2011, 14:22

Cool. Wait for basic review and like / dis-likes on them.
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Re: R.Cocco Strings

Post by terry » 30 May 2011, 19:01

Strings still going strong, Jon. It's been very very full on and at this stage no strings ever survived this far, but the R Cocco still going strong. I don't know if it's a good thing or bad thing for you, seems that I get to keep it for abit longer until I need new set!! Very very happy.
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Re: R.Cocco Strings

Post by jcarruth20 » 30 May 2011, 23:18

Its a good thing. We want customers to be happy. They then spread the word and back the product 110%. Thats why we choose specifically products we back so our intent passes quickly onto customers. ENJOY.
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