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Pirastro Eudoxa Viola String, G

Pirastro

4.6 from 8 reviews
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Description

Silver on gut. Brown binding at peg end.

Knot end. Not suitable for use with fine tuners. Click small image above.

Recommended for violas with a playing scale of 35-38cm which covers most violas of back length 15-16.5 inches

This string does NOT have a ball end and is not suitable for use in a fine tuner. Please ensure this product meets your requirements prior to purchase.

Supplied straight.


Product specifications:

  • Silver on gut-knot end
  • 1PM=0.05mm, e.g. 14PM=0.7mm diameter. Each 1/4 PM increases or decreases tension by 3%
  • Made in Germany
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Customer reviews:

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Alison
06/09/2016 20:19
Mosgiel, New Zealand

Professional

Beautiful strings

Pros: I've used Eudoxa for over 40 years and am never disappointed. Soft under the fingers, easy to play and wonderful tone.

Cons: Nothing negative about these strings

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Anthony
29/12/2015 16:32
Spennymoor, United Kingdom

Keen Amateur

Good reliable string and service

Pros: Warm tone, particularly suitable for my viola, which has a particularly mellow lower register

Cons: I would like better top end options, rather than the standard loop, which is difficult to attach to my fine tuners.

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Jonathan
05/09/2012 13:17
Saffron Walden, United Kingdom

Grade 8+

Fine sound, but fragile.

Pros: Good full sound, not "boomy". Eudoxa/Olive are easily my preferred strings for sound.

Cons: Fragile. It broke after only two sessions at the point where the loop end attaches to the string, which has happened before (but not so soon) with other Eudoxa viola strings (usually A or D)

Other: Pirastro recommend thin strings if the nut/bridge length is 40cm, which it is on my instrument, but the string nevertheless broke as described.

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Elaine
01/09/2011 15:20
Cold Norton, United Kingdom

Beginner

I won't change.
1 out of 2 found the following review helpful

Pros: I Have been using these strings for about 30 years. The sound they produce on my instrument is great.

Cons: I haven't found anything i dislike about them.

Other: Everybody needs to try different strings. It does depend on what paying you do as t what strings you use.

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Ian
30/04/2011 19:28
Huntingdon, United Kingdom

Beginner

Tiptoe or roar, a Eudoxa G gives you all and more!
1 out of 2 found the following review helpful

Pros: The Eudoxa G string possesses just the right balance of response and reserve power, and is in my opinion the most reliable for consistent tone production. I have used it professionally for over 30 years and have never had cause to change.

Cons: They tend to go off quicker than some strings and need replacing.

Other: Whether using high or low positions, in a Bach suite or a Haydn quartet, hitting the fortississimo button in a Tchaikovsky symphony, or gliding along pianissimo in Mahler, the Eudoxa G has sensitivity, character and is unfailingly responsive.

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Philip
10/05/2014 19:10
Southport, United Kingdom

Grade 8+

Excellent bottom end string
0 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: Excellent string with good tone

Cons: None yet

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timothy
14/06/2011 13:51
Peterborough, United Kingdom

Professional

A fine string with a rich sound
0 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: Rich tonal properties

Cons: Long playing-in time

Other: Still one of the best strings available

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