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When setting up my first violin as a beginner, I found specs for action stating 5.5mm G, 3.5mm E measured at the end of the fingerboard. These are correct (and necessary) when running synthetic strings with lower tension and more string movement during vibrations. Steel strings are super stable and last way longer than sythetics so i was keen to cheap out and go with these prelude strings. If just doing a string change, these strings will feel pretty stiff with standard action. I'm running them on 2 electric violins with action set to 4.5mm, 3.0mm and they feel similar to my acoustic with synthetics. The high tension of these strings also means that 4 fine tuners are practically a must. I've had them on my electric for over 3 years and have only used the pegs to take up slack about 3-4 times. The fine tuners on my acoustic are way too fine for the 3 synthetic strings and I need to use the pegs every time I tune. If you're looking for super stable, long lasting strings and can handle the stigma of running 4 fine tuners, it could be well worth having a second bridge made to run the lower action.
Queste corde hanno un ottimo rapporto qualità prezzo fenomenale! Sono buone per chi, come me, ha iniziato da poco a studiare lo strumento. Non hanno un suono metallizzato e spendendo poco si ha un set di corde. Mi sono state consigliate dal mio insegnante di musica!