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Pirastro Gold Label 4/4 Violin E String - Medium - Steel - Loop End


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  • E string
  • 4/4 violin
  • Medium gauge
  • Plain Steel
  • Loop End
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Pirastro Gold Label 4/4 Violin E String - Medium - Steel - Loop End + JSI Special 4/4 Violin String Set: Gold Label Loop-End E & Dominant A, D, and G Strings - Medium Gauge + Thomastik Dominant 4/4 Violin A String Medium Aluminum-Perlon
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000E3CFM4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,893 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 4, 2006

Product Description

Pirastro Gold Label E strings are one of the most popular E strings on the market, working well with many other strings. These strings are liked by orchestral players for their high volume and full sound. Available in 3 gauges with loop or ball end.

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This E string has a nice, mellow tone, but still has good projection.
Sparrow
The Pirastro Gold Label e string is a nice neutral e string that matches well with many string sets.
Clare Chu
If you're serious about performance, these strings are definitely the way to go.
Christopher Wu

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Clare Chu on August 31, 2007
The Pirastro Gold Label e string is a nice neutral e string that matches well with many string sets. It is mostly used with the Dominant G, D, A because it has a wonderful ringing tone, and stronger than the Dominant E string. It also works with Evah Pirazzi G, D, A and is nice and clear without shrieking like the Evah Pirazzi e can do.

By the way, it is a steel string, not a gold plated e-string. The "Gold Label" is a brand name.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Sparrow on November 27, 2011
This E string has a nice, mellow tone, but still has good projection. It is my favorite E string and regardless of what strings I try out for my G, D and A, I will always stick with the Pirastro Gold E.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mahlers2nd TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 12, 2014
This string was recommended to me by my teacher to go with the dominants A, D, and G. My review here is more of a Public Service Announcement for idiots like me who have never changed their own strings.

MAKE SURE YOU KNOW what kind of FINE TUNER you have on your violin. Maybe I'm the only 50+ year old violinist who didn't realize that there are some tuners that require ball ends and others than require loop ends. When I put a ball-end string on my loop-end tuner, I couldn't understand why I was suddenly getting a buzz. Finally found something online that showed me the difference. Doh! I feel stupid.

Just glad I learned this with my violin (where the cost of the mistake was only 8 bucks to replace the string) as opposed to my cello where the A string costs nearly 4 times that amount!

As I said, perhaps I'm the last person to know this out here in "change your own string" land but in case there is someone else out there, this review is for you!

[NCJAR]
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Luke Wetzel on December 25, 2012
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I use Dominate strings for my violin with the exception of the E string for that there is no other option the Pisatro Gold. The sound quality is very crisp without being sharp.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By ellen13 on September 19, 2010
The violin string arrived promptly and in perfect condition. And it was a lot less expensive than it would have been in a music store!
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By Christopher Wu on December 17, 2013
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Pirastro's Gold Label is probably Pirastro's most popular gut string and with good reason! The sound is very bright and crisp, with even tones all around. Other Pirastro labels like the Eudoxa or Oliv are warmer or darker in tone and give a more specific type of sound that will bring out the different tonal registers, depending on which label you buy. But the gold label is the all-around baseline, beautiful-sounding strings that make your violin sound even livelier and richer than you've been used to if you've never tried these before and have been used to Dominant strings. They are more expensive, but worth every penny. If you're serious about performance, these strings are definitely the way to go. Understandable in just practicing for hours, you could use Dominant strings, but for performance, I would highly recommend either the Gold label or try another Pirastro label.
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