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Super Sensitive Violin Strings

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Every violin string aims to be sensitive, but not every brand is brave enough to put that right in the name! Introducing Super Sensitive violin strings: a make that's determined to put its money where its mouth is. In the lineup you'll find strings for all kinds of different violinists, including individual strings for those who like to customize. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced pro, a symphony seat or a folk fiddler, it's safe to say there are a few Super Sensitive violin strings worth considering for your next upgrade. Of course, taste in violin strings is totally a subjective thing so it will be up to you to decide exactly which options make the most sense for you.

If you play an electric violin, for example, the best fit could be the Super Sensitive Transitions Electric Violin Strings Full Set. There aren't many strings out there made especially for electric violins, and they can really be a life saver if you play your instrument hard - no wonder they're the official string of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. For those of us who prefer a more down-to-earth performance on an acoustic instrument, on the other hand, consider something from the Red Label series. They come in steel-core or nylon-core versions, giving you the option to choose exactly the sort of character you want for your violin. And of course, all of these strings are available individually so customizing your instrument and making spot replacements are a cinch.

The selection of Super Sensitive violin strings may not be the biggest in the world, but that doesn't make it limited. In fact, there are even some specialty sets available, like the Super Sensitive Old Fiddler Violin Strings, the Sensicore Violin Strings for 6-String Violin and the Octava Violin Strings. However you like to play your instrument, Super Sensitive strings have something to offer - so go ahead and look at all the options, and think about what you want to get out of your violin the next time you re-string.