Thomastik Versum Solo Cello String Set

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Thomastik Versum Solo Cello String Set

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SKU: VES400

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Thomastik-Infeld Versum Solo strings impress with a beautiful tonal balance: a sweet top and a warm, velvety, and round bottom. With their focused sound and precise and powerful intonation, they give your instrument a unique personality and offer you great versatility and expression. The Solo version of these strings were designed for profound power, ideal response and optimal projection. With effortless virtuosity they are poised to enhance the performances of even the most discerning players.

Materials

  • A-string: Multialloy wound over carbon steel 
  • D-string: Multialloy wound over carbon steel
  • G-string: Tungsten/Chrome wound over spiral core
  • C-string: Tungsten/Chrome wound over spiral core

Tension

  • Medium Only

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    06/23/2022
    Richard
    United States United States

    Excellent strings, with exceptional tone!

    The Versum Solo Cello String Set is exactly as advertised; warm tone, easy to play, and really well-balanced across all four strings. For starters, the A-string is not as "ting-y" as some other brands I've tried on my cello. It does not stand out from the rest like a sore thumb, which is exactly what I was looking for. The D- and G- strings have a nice depth and balance to them, with great projection from notes in fourth/fifth/sixth positions (this region usually isn't well projected or resonant, luckily with these strings I've seen an improvement in the quality of notes; it's no longer quiet and less pronounced). Finally, the C-string is comparable to a Spirocore Tungsten. They do not by any means sound the same, but they both possess good projection. On my cello, I found that the Versum Solo C-String embraced my cello's natural character, which is why I believe I like the string so much. The Spirocore Tungsten just didn't mend well with instrument, I thought it to be a bit brassy. Overall, after having these strings for two weeks now, they have become my new favorite set of strings and I hope more people give them a try. I really love how easy it is to place my fingers down on the strings (less finger pressure required), how effortless my bowings have become (less bow resistance), and I really love how much these strings have brought out my cello's voice when I play. To all of the cellists out there, give these strings a try! It's definitely worth it.

    Fiddlershop founders, Michael Holstein and Pierre Holstein, posing in the Fiddlershop workshop with some of their favorite violin and violas for some of the best workshops

    About Fiddlershop

    Fiddlershop is a small family-owned business located in South Florida. Since 2012 we have been serving the string community with quality instruments and accessories. We believe that music and instruments should be accessible to everyone at a price they can afford.

    Extended Return Window

    Orders placed after November 15th will have at least until January 31st, 2023 to return or exchange.