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Cello C String - Wolfram

Cello C String - Wolfram

Product Review (submitted on 29 March 2013):
Unlike the G string, the C string needed a couple of days to break in. I was rather surprised, because it wasn't just a metallic sound, but there was an actual extra noise. First I thought it was something in the cello that was vibrating, but I couldn't find anything like that, and the noise disappeared in few days.
Something similar happened in the A and D strings at the very beginning.
When I played the open strings loudly, I could hear very clearly one high harmonic above the others. This didn't last for more than a day, but I thought it was interesting.

About the G and C strings, they sound very well and I like them, but I don't find them so obviously superior to the Spirocore in the same way as A and D are noticeably better that Larsen (at least for my cello). Also maybe they have a little slower response, but nothing unmanageable. So I would have to try them both few more times before deciding which one I do prefer.

Finally, I congratulate you for making such high quality strings and bringing something new and exciting into the cello strings panorama.