Thomastik Infeld Red Series 4/4 Size Violin Strings  

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Thomastik Infeld Red and Blue strings are relatively insensitive to humidity changes, break in quickly, and have a relatively low tension. A new synthetic, composite core gives Infeld Red and Blue strings a full sound and a longer life span than other synthetic strings. The Infeld strings are also responsive to different playing techniques. Red strings have a darker tonal quality and Blue has a brighter tonality. Each corresponding individual string, Red or Blue, has the same tension. This allows the player to achieve tonal preference in a single string brand without the headaches of uneven tension. Removeable ball on E string.


 
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ThomastikInfeld Red Series 4/4 Size Violin Strings
 
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5.0

These strings are so wonderful!

By Stephanie Davidson

from St. Helens, OR

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Pros

  • Beautiful Tone
  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Projection
  • Functional
  • Good Quality
  • Improves Sound

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Concerts
    • Practicing

    Comments about Thomastik Infeld Red Series 4/4 Size Violin Strings:

    I am a private violin teacher, and I love Red Infeld strings. I prefer them to Dominant strings, as their sound is warmer, but they still have enough power and projection to fill a room. In my opinion they are one of the best string options available for advanced classical players.

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