Nylon core string that is resistant to humidity and temperature changes, with a moderate break-in period. Pro Arte strings have a warm sound and a good bow response.
1 out of 2 found the following review helpful
Pros: It has a softer feel under the finger tips than other steel strings and when it settled down it made a hugely better sound than the cheap ones my students usually buy.
Cons: I thought it was a D string it took such a long time to tune up to pitch. This was a totally different experience to any other string I have used for a student. I found this quite astonishing!
0 out of 1 found the following review helpful
Pros: The tone is pretty good and,on my cello, fits in well with my Jargar silversound C and G. They weren`t too expensive either.
Cons: a bit difficult to make them play smoothly, the rosin needs to be just right or the bow hair misses its grip a bit, hoping they`ll settle down. I`ve cleaned them with meths to check there`s no grease or muck left from manufacture.