Evah Pirazzi GOLD review
April 26, 2012 at 1:27 AMHey everyone, I just got in the new pirastro pirazzi gold strings with a gold g. It's an awesome string set! I used an oliv gold e along with the set and it provided excellent results. The strings are actually I believe a lot lower tension than Evah pirazzi and are much softer - only a little more tense than doninants, but basically the same feel. The strings truly project, and the complexity in sound is more inspiring than the standard pirazzi. They are really warm, like pirastro states- more gut like than any strings I've tried. Overall I highly recommend this string! :) (although the price is a touch way to high, but considering the gold g, it's not too bad)
From Momoko Takahashi(runs off to buy a set)
Posted on April 29, 2012 at 10:31 PM
Thanks! I was a bit curious about the gold G. I've only used gold Es from Evah, but they hurt when you're up in 7th for more than 10 measures :S
From Robert LeonIts been about a week now, and i still say the still is warm, LOUD, and complex. However, it seems to me to be a dark string, unlike the intensive brightness of standard evahs. Stability is good.
Posted on April 30, 2012 at 9:14 PM
From jose m g. belmonteAre they maybe closer to Pasione than to standard Evah?
Posted on May 1, 2012 at 8:18 AM
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