Pirastro Permanent Cello C string.
Tungsten on rope core.
2 out of 3 found the following review helpful
Pros: Have at last found a good combination for my cello ( Prague School Circa 1920 ): Pirastro Passionne A & D Pirastro Permanent G & D
Cons: Would prefer a slightly thicker gauge C string - but I will probably get used to it.
Other: I like the lower string sound that the Tungsten G & C produce on my cello - without it being too pronounced.
Pros: These strings have a clear and consistant tone . Always stay in tune reanonably well even with wide temperature changes. I find these to be easy on the fingers, also I have had no problem with wolf notes . Highly recommended.
Cons: Nothing bad to report.