Pirastro Chromcor Violin 4/4

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Strings for Violin

  • For 4/4 violin
  • Chromcor
  • Set 319020
available since June 2004
Item number 171110
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Series / Brand Chromcor
Length 4/4
E-string ball end Yes
E-string loop end No
Core material Steel
£31
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best value / quality combination i have used
escay 06.05.2017
These strings let you hear how the violin sounds. They do not impose a sound of their own (unlike most synthetic, aluminium wound strings and cheap strings in general). If the violin has a good bass, a lively mid or a sweet treble you will hear it with these strings. Conversely, if the violin has a weak bass, a dull mid or a tinny treble you will hear that too. If a poor sound is evident you will know to adjust, or have the violin adjusted for better sound (bridge, sound post). These strings give an excellent sound with a well adjusted, quality violin.They are also slim, do not require heavy finger pressure and are therefor kind to the fingers
Highly recommended
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Chromecor pirrastro - excellent deal
Davy1138 18.08.2014
I've used these strings for gigs and recording for years. They not only give a good warm sound accousticaly but also they seem to also manage that warm tone even with a fishman pickup . Most strings give a saxophone- like tone when you start wiring them up into your PA - these still end up sounding like a violin !
They are long lasting as well , I can get up to a year out them usually, and have never noticed a fall off in sound over time. The first indication is usually that the A string windings start to go up at the nut. On occasions when stuck I've stuck old strings back on the spare fiddle and they still sound ok.
They are half the usual price at Thomann just now - At other sources they are about 35 -45 pounds a set - and are on offer from Thomann at 26 euros (August 2014. ) -
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Very responsive and durable
Saeid 06.05.2019
I have tried many strings (synthetic and gut) like Pirazzi, Dominant, Olive, Eudoxa, tonica ...you name it...but for "MY VIOLIN" the best strings s far have been Chromcore! My violin is much more responsive with these strings and sings much better! I really love it! The only downside is the E-String...I am not happy with it and changed that with Kaplan non-whisle and it maches the set very good! I am happy with this setup :)
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Very good strings
HHEdgar 02.06.2018
I am not a musician, but these strings didn't break after a year of intense use (3 hours per day, every day) and my doughter's teacher saying compliments to their sound quite often.
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