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Spirocore Cello Strings

Spirocore strings have been an essential component of

my career as a soloist and chamber musician since my

youth. I cannot imagine doing justice to a Shostakovich

concerto, a Bartok quartet or a Bach suite without

them. They give me everything I need as a cellist:

beauty of tone, responsiveness, consistency and the

strength to cut through orchestras and ensembles, and

in duo repertoire, to stand up against the power of

today‘s 9-foot concert grand pianos. They are perfectly

suited to my entire collection of instruments, which

includes everything from a 1754 Guadagnini to a 2014

cello made in China. Spirocore is, and has been, my

first choice of cello string, serving every need I have on

stage and in the recording studio.

David Finckel

Winner of Musical America’s 2012 Musicians of the year award,

the Avery Fisher Prize and 8 Grammy awards

© Lisa-Marie Mazzucco

Spirocore Cello Strings

Instrument

Cello ¼ – 54.5 cm | 21.5”

S775

a

Spiral core

Chrome wound

S776

d

Spiral core

Chrome wound

S777

G

Spiral core

Chrome wound

S778

C

Spiral core

Chrome wound

Material

Set

Cello ¼ – 54.5 cm | 21.5”

S775

S776

S777

S778

S779

Color of Silk on Ball End

Color of Silk on Peg End

Gauges

medium

kg

lb

S775

11.4 25.1

S776

10.8 23.8

S777

10.5 23.1

S778

10.0 22.0

medium

S775

a

S776

d

S777

G

S778

C