|Product Dimensions||12.07 x 0.82 x 12.07 cm; 18.14 Grams|
|Item Model Number||A310 4/4M|
|String Material||Alloy Steel|
|Number of Strings||4|
|Item Weight||18.1 g|
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D'Addario Violin Strings Full Set 4/4 Scale Full Set
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|String material type||Alloy Steel|
About this item
- Expressive tone: expanded tonal palette designed to complement student instruments
- Affordable sophistication: elevated quality at an accessible cost
- Excellent pitch-stability: the best tuning stability of any synthetic core string available
- Unbeatable resilience: engineered for unparalleled longevity and durability
- Accelerated learning: designed to help students sound better, faster
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Scaled to fit 4/4 size violin with a playing length of 13 inches (328mm), these medium tension strings are optimized to the needs of a majority of players. Packaging in uniquely-designed sealed pouches provides unparalleled protection from the elements that cause corrosion. Ascenté violin strings have been specifically designed to help players advance their craft with elegance and consistency. With a wider tonal range, excellent pitch stability and longevity, and superior durability, this synthetic core string delivers a more sophisticated palette that elevates their playing to the next level.
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Packaging isnt too bad i suppose but it can be confusing as the D string is somewhat thinner looking that the A string. It doesnt mention which string is which colour and reading from other reviews that have got snapped strings, they might have been caught out by this.
Anyway long story short, i changed the strings and tuned them up. gave them another 2 or 3 tune up before playing them. Surprisingly, the G and D strings sound very metallic and the sounds feels like the violin is made of metal rather than wood. A and E are alright.
Decided to leave them over night and try again next morning. Tuned them up again and played simple tunes. Beginnning to dislike the sounds produced by the G and D string as it still sound like i am playing a steel violin (search youtube for metal or steel violin and you will know what it sounds like)
These are going into the bin once I get myself a set of Dominants. Very disappointed with these.
Much better and generally a warmer tone when playing.
The e string is sinificantly less squeeky/whistly.