|Product Dimensions||12.7 x 10.16 x 0.51 cm; 9.07 Grams|
|Item Model Number||FBA_STVNJSI16_1NAB|
|Item Weight||9.07 g|
JSI Special 4/4 Violin String Set: Gold Label Ball-End E & Dominant A, D, and G Strings - Medium Gauge
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- Full Set includes All Ball-End Pirastro Gold Label Plain Steel E, Thomastik Dominant Aluminum Wound Perlon Core A, Thomastik Dominant Aluminum Wound Perlon Core D, Thomastik Dominant Silver Wound Perlon Core G
- 4/4 Violin
- Medium Gauge
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Using our 30-plus years of string instrument experience we have put together a great sounding 4/4 Violin string set at a very attractive price. This is a best selling 4/4 Violin string set in our stores. Pirastro Gold Label E strings are one of the most popular E strings on the market, working well with many other strings. These strings are liked by orchestral players for their high volume and full sound. Dominant series violin strings are one of the most widely-used synthetic strings. A highly flexible, multi-strand perlon core makes these comparable in sound and feel to natural gut.
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First to arrive was the $67.99 Fiddlerman carbon fiber bow. This bow was so much smoother and precise then the standard Brasilwood bow that came with the starter kit I was using.
Second to arrive was the Pirastro Goldflex Rosin which cost about $15.00. This addition was amazing as well. The student rosin I put on the first box took scoring with car keys and about 20 minutes of total work. The addition of the Goldflex onto the new carbon fiber bow took under 60 seconds in total and it was so smooth you could tell from the application of the rosin onto the bow when you had enough "drag". So smooth and a a completely different product then the student rosin I was using.
Thirdly, the strings. Ohh the srings...I got the standard $51 Dominant set with the "gold" E string. I watched a video on how to change them out and 15 minutes later I had a nice quality bow, excellent rosin (central Florida) and the "go to" strings.
I placed the bow on the strings and played twinkle twinkle like twinkle twinkle was meant to be played. After three weeks of practice, what felt like a dud D string and a ton of scratching had set me up to play a beautiful twinkle twinkle for the first time. That first three weeks of frustration simply melted away as the new bow and smooth rosin each flowed like syrup over each new string with not a scratch one.
If you are just starting out like me, and have a less expensive setup, please remember that there is a reason why the stock strings only cost $2.50, because they only cost $0.30 to manufacture!
Enjoy your new hobby!
Now only if you could throw a little money at music theory to get that figured out! Haha.