The reference standard for synthetic strings. Ask how any other brand/model sound, and you'll get a "relative to Dominants..." answer. These were the first synthetic strings to build up a major presence, and they've maintained it ever since. May not be your first choice in 'fiddling' styles, but an excellent starting point in classical. You'll find them used and preferred by players of every level, from students just learning up through top world-class soloists.
These strings are at the level where you stop asking whether a string is good or bad, but rather just whether you like how it works in your situation or not. Every violin is different, as is every bow and every player, so always expect to do some experimenting. And expect to replace the E string with something else; not only is the E the most sensitive to variations in instruments, the Dominant E is almost never spoken well of. Goldbrokat or Pirastro Gold Label are common replacement choices.
Dominants may not be the best choice for your instrument and playing. But try them; every player and every luthier knows them as a reference, so if they don't fit you, knowing which way you want to go from that starting point will narrow your search.
I ordered a few sets of these last year for my students. They're a good alternative to dominant strings which seem to be the standard violin string, at least among the players and professionals in my locality. I think they are perfect for students as they are bright, but not thin sounding. You don't have to work hard to achieve a sound and this can be encouraging for intermediate students who have not yet fully developed their own sound. They provide a more instant response which I feel students find more satisfying as they are learning. I also use them on one of my electric violins. They're bright sounding and cut through the mix well in a live setting.
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