As a frequent user of Dunlop's standard range of bass strings (mostly nickels), and a long-time peer of bad-ass bass player Darryl Anders--the man at Dunlop most deeply involved in the development of the Super Brights--I was anxious to get my hands on some. After throwing both nickel and steel sets on a number of basses, ranging from a 75 Fender Jazz to a crisp and modern Fodera NYC, I can happily report that the Super Bright line represents an important new sonic and tactile addition to Dunlop's extensive string line.
Herrera, Jonathan (2014) Dunlop Super Bright Strings. In: Bass Player, Vol. 25, No. 8, pp. 52. Available at https://openmusiclibrary.org/article/1029164/.