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Gold Violin Strings, Set

Pirastro

RRP:
£69.22
Our price:
£54.55 inc VAT & Economy Delivery in the UK
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£14.67 (21%)

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Ball end E
3 in stock
£54.55
Loop end E
3 in stock
£54.55

Description

Gold Label. Excellent quality and value for those who prefer a simple, gut cored string at an affordable price.

Excellent quality and value for players who like the old gut sound.

All strings are ball end, full size, medium tension unless specified.

For more information please visit the manufacturer's website, link below


Product specifications:

  • E-Plain carbon steel, ball or loop end
  • A-Aluminium on natural gut, ball end
  • D-Aluminium on natural gut, knotted end
  • G-Silver on natural gut, knotted end
  • Made in Germany
  • Visit Manufacturer's Website


Customer reviews:

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Oliver
31/03/2011 15:21
Knaresborough, United Kingdom

Keen Amateur

A good quality string for the serious amateur.

Pros: What does anyone need to be told about these strings? Reliable, a good strong sound, very comfortable to play. When I played more than I do now, I used Olive label strings, but these would now be an unjustifiable expense. Gold is the way forward (holds its value better than olives!)

Cons: Nothing to dislike - when all's said and done, there's not much mystery about a set of violin strings.

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Max Baillie
28/03/2011 14:39
London, United Kingdom

Professional

Nice warm sound, recommended!

Pros: Nice strings, warm and creamy sound!

Cons: They take a while to tune in and hold their pitch. Also, they don't last as long as other labels, which makes them relatively more expensive.

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Joseph
04/03/2011 18:27
Selsey, United Kingdom

Beginner

They are brillient strings
1 out of 2 found the following review helpful

Pros: They have a nice sound to them and they do work on fine tuners if you set them up right.They are over all realy good and are the best strings i have bought

Cons: They take a while to settle in because they keep slipping on the pegs at the beginning. This be because they are new and have not been stretched but it may also be my violin because it is very old and needs restoring.

Other: They are great and rather cheap for the quality

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Liz
06/02/2013 17:00
Glasgow, United Kingdom

Keen Amateur

I will continue to use gut string
0 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: Better tone than steel wound strings.

Cons: Difficulty keeping them in tune at first.

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Anne
31/10/2012 18:33
Harpenden, United Kingdom

Grade 8+

Excellent Strings
0 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: Our son is very pleased with his strings, he always buy good quality strings for his violin. There's no point buying lesser quality strings, a string instrument is only as good as the strings and bow.

Cons: Nothing, they are among the best strings on the market.

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Alison Reade-Jahn
27/05/2011 16:10
High Peak, United Kingdom

Keen Amateur

Good value high-quality strings.
0 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: They arrived promptly and were all in excellent condition, despite being wound up. Good quality all-purpose strings with a mellow tone. They will improve an indifferent instrument and make the most of a mediocre technique.

Cons: There's nothing I don't like about them.

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Sheila
25/03/2011 14:39
Newark, United Kingdom

Keen Amateur

Affordable gut core strings.
0 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: They seem to have settled fairly quickly.

Cons: None so far...

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