Tzigane strings offer a sound and response similar to gut strings, providing a broad range of tonal colors. A complex, rich tone with good focus and projection. These strings are highly recommended for instruments that tend to be bright and have a simple/uninteresting sound.
Larsen Tzigane violin strings, without exaggerated tension, are built on a newly developed composite fibre bundle core. Tension creates volume rather than carrying power. The unique combination of overtones makes for a quality sound not unlike that of a great singer - a sound that carries while, at the same time, is pleasant to the ear of the player.
- E - Carbon Steel
- A - Fibre Core. Aluminum Wound
- D - Fibre Core, Silver Wound
- G - Fibre Core, Silver Wound
- Loop End
- Ball End
- Medium (Recommended)
- Strong (Stark)
- Full Size Only
I typically change strings every 4 to 6 months so the last few years I have tried several different sets of strings from gut to steel and synthetic core I have found several of them to be good strings good sound and stabe on staying in tune this goes for gut strings also, once broken in they stay in tune very well, unless large temp / humidity Variations are encountered. Theses strings took about 3 days to streatched in, and on my old fiddle, they seem to allow it to speak with a warm clear voice yet has good power when you dig in, I do believe these will be my go to strings for this fiddle, just a very fine set of strings. Mark
Larsen is not a brand that’s available everywhere but they’re worth seeing out. The Dominants my violin came with sounded sterile and uninviting. Fiddler Shop had an easy solution with a well designed web site, the right inventory and free shipping. I will do business with Fiddler Shop again.
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