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Just thought i'd chime in with my thoughts on these Chinese strings. They are fantastic. I've been using Dominants for a long time, switched to Prims. Then i ordered a Concert Master violin from Fiddlerman. (see my review ). These strings just ring and sound wonderful. Under $30 wow. I hope they last. I ordered another set. Just sound great on this violin. About three days to break in and finally settle. I love them. Give them a try and you can blame me if i'm wrong. I play a little of everything and they are so responsive. The closest i can compare to are Dom's. If the hold up better than those, they are a real gem.
aye! they are gems alright, a great friend sent me a pack, and they are just magnificent! well, it's my first "expensive" strings, since my last strings were just cheap steel, and a cheap chinese "synthetics"....i don't even really know if they are real synthetic, lol, but these strings are really awesome! the E string is great, they have 2 different E's(the wounded and the solid), I'm currently using the wounded one, and they really are great!
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Overture Ultra violin strings
Strings > I have read through some post etc but looking for thoughts of others.
Just started playing > been playing with a violin thats just been laying around for about 13 years.
Yep > I am loving it. But one of the strings broke last night and I gots to get some. Gonna go to the fiddlerman store and order some. >
The strings that are on the violin are 13 years old. I figured good
enough till one breaks > they are steel strings and actually all stayed in tune to my surprise.
Its just a cheap student violin I guess, it was my daughters.I am learning a lot from it. Just doing 3 strings now so got to get a set.
Don't need top grade right now nor bottom > something in the middle > I just don't know if I should get steel or what others there may be> I really know very little about this instrument. So might this be a good pick > Overture Ultra > does one have to know the 4/4 3/4 thing before ordering? Does it make a difference.
Overture Ultras are what I currently have on my acoustic violin. I like them. They have a nice warm sort of tone. I use the wound E, which works well, but took a little getting used to.
3/4 or 4/4 and etc definitely would matter, it is the size of violin the string length are made for. 4/4 being a full sized violin.
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