2 out of 2 found the following review helpful
Pros: Compared to most other strings I have tried over the last 61 years, these are overall the best. They settle within a day and have the best sound apart from gut. The Infeld Red E string (gold) is a disaster. It whistles and stifles the others. Using a Jarger Forte E brings out the best in the A, D and G and itself is a delight to use. I have a Goldbrokat E and Tricolores D and G on at the moment. The Tricolores A broke within a minute of stringing up and it was replaced with a Wachtal Russin Style A. The 'Heifetz' strings from Gamut Inc. are marginally better than the Infeld Reds but the Goldbrokat is certainly not as comfortable as the Jarger - it feels like a piece of cheese cutting wire.
Cons: as above
1 out of 1 found the following review helpful
Pros: The tone is reliably warm and full sounding, and the range is reasonably priced.
Cons: All strings seem to wear out more quickly than they should when I use them, sadly Infeld Red are no exception (though I am yet to find any string that lasts as it should).