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All strings are available in bulk

All strings are available in bulk

a r t i s t L i n e

a r t i s t L i n e

20

21

Dominant Violin Strings

W

idely regarded as “the reference

standard”

Dominant

strings, made

with a highly flexible, multi-strand

synthetic core, provide the tonal warmth and

feel of a gut string while being impervious to

changes in humidity. The sound is soft, clear

with a stable intonation and they are rich in

overtones. One of the world’s most popular

strings!

129

e

2

Chrome steel

Ball end

129SN

e

2

Carbon steel

Tin plated

Removable ball end

129MS

e

2

Chrome steel

Loop end

130

e

2

Steel core

Aluminum wound

Ball end

130MS

e

2

Steel core

Aluminum wound

Loop end

131

a

1

Synthetic core

Aluminum wound

132

d

1

Synthetic core

Aluminum wound

132A

d

1

Synthetic core

Silver wound

133

g

Synthetic core

Silver wound

Gauges

light

medium

heavy

kg

lb

kg

lb

kg

lb

129

7.5 16.5

7.8 17.2

9.1 20.0

129SN

8.3 18.3

129MS

7.5 16.5

7.8 17.2

9.1 20.0

130

6.6 14.6

7.2 15.9

7.5 16.5

130MS

6.6 14.6

7.2 15.9

7.5 16.5

131

4.6 10.1

5.5 12.1

5.9 13.0

132

3.9 8.6

4.1 9.1

5.4 11.9

132A

4.0 8.8

4.5 9.9

5.5 12.1

133

3.9 8.6

4.4 9.9

4.9 10.8

Material

Instrument

Violin 4⁄4 – 32.5 cm | 12,8”

Dominant Violin Strings

Sets

Violin

4

4

– 32.5 cm | 12,8”

Tensions

light (weich) = w

medium (mittel)

heavy (stark) = st

All catalog numbers are medium tension. For light tension add “w”, for heavy tension add “st“ to the

catalog number.

e.g. 129w or 129st. Specify when ordering.

130

131

132

133

135

129

131

132

133

135B

130

131

132A

133

135A

129

131

132A

133

135BA

light

medium heavy

129

e

2

129SN

e

2

129MS

e

2

130

e

2

130MS

e

2

131

a

1

132

d

1

132A

d

1

133

g

Color of Silk on Ball End

Color of Silk on Peg End