Pirastro

Pirastro Tonica Violin String Set

10 reviews   |  

E String: Silvery Steel
End: Ball
String Size: 4/4
Price:
$39.12

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03/30/2021
Anonymous
United States United States
Nice Set of Strings

I believe my violin’s strings were dominants and lasted me a year and sounded just dull after a year, so I decided to try a new brand of string (pirastro) and may never go back to dominants. The tonica strings give a nice rounded sound.

RJ
02/16/2020
Richard J.
United States United States
Great strings!!!

I love these strings! Bright with nice overtones and well balanced. Fast shipping also.

JG
04/11/2019
Joseph G.
United States
Tonica set

These strings are bright with great overtones, and sound much clearer on this particular violin I made than the slightly-used set of Dominants they replaced. For the price, they seem hard to beat.

JP
03/27/2019
Julia P.
United States
Good sounding for tiny instrument

As a professional violinist in a major American orchestra I’ve been buying 4/4 size strings for decades. I like a good middle of the road, quality, old school string. When it came to buy a set of 1/16 strings for my sons 1/32 size Violin this was one of only a few options. They fit well, not too long, and sound warm and present.

GC
06/14/2021
Gary C.
United States United States
Nice inexpensive and easy upgrade from steel core strings!

I was using Preludes on my student violin, which seem to last forever, but after a a while, it's best for the instrument and the player to change them. Hard to beat the price of steel, but I decided to try synthetics as an upgrade, and these strings have a light smooth balanced sound and easy on the fingers. They are also very nicely priced compared to most synthetics. Break in was 2 or 3 days, and by the time a week past, they were stable and sounding good. Not sure how much of that was me acclimating to them. It will be interesting to see how long they last, because even though I like their sound and feel more than steel, they are some bucks past double the price. Some won't feel like spending over $20 more for a set of these if they end up preferring the sound and feel of steel core.

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