Tailgut shootout stage 2

May 13, 2018, 11:54 AM · Tried the Bois du Harmonie, steel, titanium, nylon, and Stradpet kev/ti on my student violin before choosing the Stradpet for my 1890’s german Salzard copy violin. It gives much more resonance and reponse without the harsher overtones of kevlar. It really cleared up the muddiness that the old Sacconi had without losing the rich full g string sound. First rehearsal last week felt able to play with more automaticity while reading Dvorak and Beethoven.

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