Pirastro Evah Pirazzi Viola String, C

By Pirastro

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Medium tension
5 in stock
Low tension (Weich)
2 in stock
High tension (Stark)
2 in stock

* All strings are ball end, unless otherwise specified.


Tungsten and silver on synthetic core. 3 gauges

Medium tension strings are designed for a vibrating length of 37cm. For a shorter vibrating length consider using high tension, for a longer vibrating length consider using low tension strings.


  • Silver and Tungsten on stranded synthetic core.
  • Made in Germany
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Customer reviews:

Rating Summary
10/01/2018 17:06
Farnham, United Kingdom

Grade 8+

Didn't suit my instrument

Pros: Why can't it be blank, if I've nothing to say!

Cons: I've been experimenting with different strings because the G & C weren't speaking when played quietly. It turned out that the belly and ribs were coming unglued in places. When that was repaired. the Evah Pirazzi G string was great, but the C wasn't - quiet, and not responding well. A change of string to an Obbligato solved the problem. I think, therefore, that the string simply didn't suit my viola. It does demonstrate, however, just how sensitive an instrument can be to different types of string.

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07/11/2016 16:21
Kaštel Gomilica, Croatia


Great string.

Pros: The C string by Evah Pirazzi in strong version has a very strong sound and responds really good. The difference if you compare it with the Evah Pirazzi C medium is that this string lasts longer, you can use it intensive up to 6 mounts or even longer.

Cons: Its quite tough at the very first moment, but its also flexible and able for quick respond. Price could be less.

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23/06/2014 19:15
Eastleigh, United Kingdom


Pirastro Evah Pirazzi viola C string review
1 out of 2 found the following review helpful

Pros: Good rich sound - high tension, which was required for a 5-string violin.

Cons: Tends to be a bit 'wooly-sounding' in the higher positions

Other: I would recommend it as a C string on a 5-string violin

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