Rotosound Guitar Strings
Rotosound Guitar Strings are a British company that famously started off in 1958 by James How, an engineer who also played violin.
Amongst many orchestra's, Rotosound's clients in those early days included The Shadows, The Beatles and The Stones.
As the 60's went on, Rotosound developed their strings and manufacturing techniques alongside Jimi Hendrix and John Entwistle of The Who, amongst others.
Rotosound are particularly well know for their bass guitar strings, which have been used on countless recording in the history of rock and pop,