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Accessories for Orchestral Strings
Strings for Orchestral Instruments
Thomastik Violin Strings
The history of Thomastik violin strings goes back to 1919, when the company was founded in Vienna. From day one, their business was making strings and rosins, and the tradition's still going strong about a century later. Some of their earliest strings were the Dominant series, which have been available since near the beginning, when they helped lead the transition from conventional gut strings to synthetics. And they've picked up lots of siblings along the way, most of which you'll find in this section's lineup of Thomastik violin strings. There's something here for every violinist from the traditional to the modern - all you need to do is sift through the options until you find what's best for you.
So let's take a look at what Thomastik has to offer. If you want to go for the tried-and-tested classic perlon violin string, you should probably start by checking out the Thomastik Dominant 4/4 Size Violin Strings. Or, for young players working with reduced-scale violins, try some of the other sizes instead - since Dominant strings are some of the best-known in the business, it's only natural that they're available in a variety of sizes and even different weights, to suit instruments and players of all kinds.
If you're interested in finding out what other ground Thomastik violin strings have broken over the years, go ahead and browse the rest of the lineup. There are Thomastik Vision Titanium Orchestra Violin Strings, for instance, and Thomastik Spirocore 4/4 Size Violin Strings. For a more recent take on strings from Thomastik's leadership through the late '90s and early 2000s, consider the Thomastik Peter Infeld 4/4 Size Violin Strings. These are just a few suggestions to get you started and there's more where they came from, so don't hesitate to dive in and get an impression for everything here in this section. You'll probably be glad you did!