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Dominant Violin Strings, SET

By Thomastik

4.8 from 222 reviews
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£56.50
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Full size, Plain Steel E (135B)
14 in stock
£41.52
Full Size, Aluminium E (135)
14 in stock
£44.40
Full size, Aluminium loop end E
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£44.40 Currently unavailable
3/4 size
57 in stock
£44.40
1/2 size
66 in stock
£44.40
1/4 size
16 in stock
£44.40
1/8 size
1 in stock
£44.40

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Description

The ever popular original synthetic core string. Available from 1/8 to full size. Excellent sound on all qualities of instruments combined with great value for money. Medium tension set. This is the most popular Dominant set suitable for all types of instrument and player.

Aluminium E Set with ball end only. For loop end E set please order four individual strings.

Steel E set (135B) E has a loop end with a separate ball to fit if required.


Product specifications

  • E - Aluminium wound on steel. (135)
  • E - Steel (135B) E has a loop end with a separate ball to fit if required.
  • A - aluminium on Perlon
  • D - aluminium on Perlon
  • G - silver on Perlon
  • The original synthetic core string
  • Perlon core, medium tension
  • Made in Austria
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Mrs Jane Hayes
11/08/2017 12:13
Menai Bridge, United Kingdom

Keen Amateur

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0 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: Rapid Response Clear insructions on how to replace strings

Cons: Having to order strings online in the first place!

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Brenda
04/01/2012 22:43
Dundee, United Kingdom

Beginner

Nice round sound and hard wearing
0 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: Was recommended to use by music teacher when first started at age 45! have ever since. Nice round sound and hard wearing.Play Sottish traditional music, many reels and jigs etc.

Cons: No adverse comments.

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Jonathan
04/10/2011 23:34
Caerphilly County, United Kingdom

Professional

The best for less!!
1 out of 3 found the following review helpful

Pros: As ever, Dominant Violin Strings are excellent quality, quick to settle and suit my instrument better than any other string in the same price range.

Cons: The A string in particular is prone to unwind before any other and always in the same place (just above the d ((ie. 3rd finger d string)) ).

Other: Consistent quality strings that settle quickly, ideal for playing inside and outside.

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LESLIE
03/03/2011 09:56
SANDWICH, United Kingdom

Keen Amateur

The best so far....
0 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: play folk stuff mostly...the strings suit that purpose well and provide lively yet mellow sounds...depending on how much rosin is used to some extent........they stay in tune once they have settle in...great fan of them.

Cons: the E sting ...I use the aluminium type......can sound a bit harsh and out of balance with the other strings unless one is extra careful but with care it is okay......but it is not particularly forgiving if you get it slightly wrong.........probably more to do with my playing though.

Other: I have tried other types of string but always come back to these.

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Kit
23/12/2013 15:42
Fontaine Chalendray, France

Beginner

Essential Strings
0 out of 2 found the following review helpful

Pros: Probably the only strings you should buy

Cons: No problems at all

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Mrs DIVYA SIROTHIA
02/03/2011 21:21
London, United Kingdom

Beginner

Dominant Strings - the best at a cost
2 out of 6 found the following review helpful

Pros: Sound is amazing

Cons: very expensive

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Torbjorn
03/11/2012 10:15
Kopervik, Norway

Professional

Not satisfied
0 out of 4 found the following review helpful

Pros: The Dominant strings are usually ok.

Cons: The G and D string seem to change pitch, when one accellerate the speed of the bow. This used to be a problem on old strings, never on new ones. (A professor, teaching violin, made this statement).

Other: The cost of freight was scandalously high. It takes too much effort for too little, to return strings unsatisfactory. But we've learned our lesson. Never again !

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