|Product Dimensions||22.86 x 15.24 x 1.27 cm; 14 Grams|
|Item Model Number||ST-FV|
|Number of Strings||4|
|Item Weight||14 g|
Full Set High Quality Violin Strings Size 4/4 & 3/4 Violin Strings G D A & E
|Price:||& FREE Delivery|
- Set of 4 High Quality Stravilio Violin Strings!
- 3/4 and 4/4 Violins uses the same size strings
- Steel core round nickel wound with ball end
- Pitches of one set strings: G, D, A & E
- Recommended by many violin teachers perfect for students
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Stravilio Violin Strings, 3/4 and 4/4 Violins uses the same size strings so you can use this set for your 3/4 or 4/4 violin, 1 set of violin strings (Total 4 strings) Stravilio Violin Strings are high quality made of Steel core round nickel wound with ball end, Pitches of one set of strings: G, D, A & E Great for all violins. Recommended by many violin teachers and great for students.
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Bought to replace some aged strings having picked up the violin after a good few years absence ...
Perhaps I require further time to bed them in (it's been nearly weeks now) but unfortunately they still sound very (very) shrill, harsh with a high metallic reverberation over-tones - and go out of tune quickly
They currently sound tinny and unpleasant. The E is by far the worst (Although the G isn't too bad and the D is tolerable) they also feels like you're pressing down on sharp cheese-wire, I don't press very hard, but the strings have dug into my finger :(
My Violin is an old yet reasonable quality (it's by no means fantastic) violin which I feel are probably better with warmer sounding strings - which I've realised only having tried these! (It's fairly loud therefore sharp notes bounce round your head like a nasty toothache) - these are too 'bright' and metallic, and almost sound like a little metal bell is singing afterwards... not the sound I'm currently after.
Appreciate I've been absent for a while and my intonation needs to return to what it once was, as does all my techniques - but I know when it doesn't sound right and these don't.
These strings might be great for some violins, be aware that being steel core they may be a bit too bright.
For those considering new strings it might be worth doing a web search about 'choosing violin strings' as there are a number of sites giving overviews of each brand type and the tones to be expected - you will know your violin (or if not your teacher may be better equipped to advise) to determine whether these will work well.
But for around the £13 mark it might be worth a punt to replace the even cheaper versions on newer student violins, or for those looking for a higher sounding tone to their violin.... Worst case you'll recognise, like me, that these style of strings aren't suitable to your particular instrument.