|Company Headquarters||United States of America|
|In Our Range Since||1996|
|Products in Stock||132|
|Ø Availability (1 Year)||91.72 %|
Thomann is a major retailer of La Bella products. At Thomann you'll find the latest items at great prices. For a list of all La Bella products, click here.
All categories from La Bella
- Electric Guitar Strings
- Acoustic Guitar Strings
- Classical Guitar Strings
- 045 4-String Electric Bass Strings
- Miscellaneous 5-String Electric Bass Strings
- Flatwound Electric Bass Strings
- Miscellaneous Single Strings for Bass
- Mandolin Strings
- Ukelele Strings
- Miscellaneous Strings
- Double Bass Strings
- Strings for Folklore Instruments
Useful stuff to know about La Bella
La Bella started in 1915, when Emilio Mari und Olinto Mari founded the company E. & O. Mari, Inc.. The head office is in New York (USA). According to official records a total of 88 members of staff are working for the company La Bella (status 2011). The official German branch is the company Knauer in Fellbach (D).
La Bella products exclusively come from factories in
Currently we have 164 La Bella products 142 of them directly available in our Treppendorf warehouse (and of course they can be tested as well in our shop) . We've been selling La Bella products since 1996, so for over 24 year(s).
A total of 38 La Bella products are top sellers at Thomann at the moment, amongst others in the following categories Flatwound Electric Bass Strings, 7-String Electric Guitar Strings, Double Ball-End Electric Guitar Strings, Miscellaneous Single Strings for Bass, Strings for Folklore Instruments, Miscellaneous Strings and Flatwound Electric Guitar Strings.
The absolute La Bella best seller is the following product La Bella 760FS Deep Talkin Bass. This item has been sold more than 3.000 times.
La Bella only grants a 2 warranty on its products but with the 3-Year Thomann Warranty you are covered for a further one year.
La Bella equipment is used by many famous musicians amongst them are the following Tony Iommi, Gene Bertoncini, Gilbert Biberian, Lubomir Brabec, Andrea Braido, Jocelyn Celaya, Dennis Cinelli, Maurizio Colonna, Steve Erquiaga and Roberto Fabbri.