0 out of 1 found the following review helpful
Pros: Nice warm sound with good projection. Has made my cheap cello sound much better.
Cons: The strings were put on my cello brand new by my local luthier as I was also getting the cello pegs changed and a new bridge fitted. Straight away the "A" string broke and had to be replaced with a Jargar "A" string instead so I do not know what the whole set of Warchal brilliants sound like. Maybe I just got a duff "A" string.
0 out of 2 found the following review helpful
Pros: They do what I wanted i.e. make a very baroque sound compared with Larsens, and they are powerful and resonant. Once they've stretched they stay in tune - though it takes a while. Thus, they avoid the inconvenience of having to keep retuning gut strings.
Cons: D string is not so resonant as the other strings, and G can be harsh, especially using a baroque bow. Need to make much more effort to bow successfully.