Fiddlerman Violin String Set Review
ViolinStringReview.com reviewed the string set!
These Synthetic core violin strings are of medium tension, optimized for most players! Each string is individually packed and sealed to protect from corrosion.
When compared to the world's most popular strings (Thomastik Dominant), none of our professionals could tell them apart. Just like the Dominant strings, they are warm and resemble gut strings (while being way more resistant to humidity). They are soft, clear, and rich in overtones. But the best part, they're half the price of Dominants!
(Ball can be removed with tweezers)
* Medium Gauge
* Synthetic Core (Perlon Core)
* 4/4-1/4 instrument size options
A-string: 5.1 kg / 11.22 lbs
My experience is good I like the strings but I’ve worn the a string out more than others normal I think
A pleasant surprise
This string set was gifted by Fiddlershop and yesterday I decided to try them on my 925.Larsen Virtuoso strings are still a benchmark by which I judge others on this violin and gave it the distinct sound I fell for.Selecting strings is an enriching experience but is n't a simple process and the quest continues.Now for the Fiddlerman strings_I put on the A first and noted how well it responded and the soft playable feel under the fingers.The sound was slightly mellow and bright and had the requisite sparkle which is so important The sound has character and at times is n't unlike gut strings.The D is equally good and the relative low tension is another plus.They are similar to the Dominants yes but have higher diameter and are more robust.The 925 is quite dark sounding and these strings add a valid dimension to its sound possibilities.I recommend these strings for their multiple qualities and last but not least the reasonable price.
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