Empire period harp bass wound strings AR type

Since the beginning of the XIX century harp wound bass strings had been manufactured with a natural silk core wound with a round section silvered copper wire. Mechanical features of silk are substantially different from those of Nylon, a material that was firstly introduced around the middle of 20th Century. The development of a new synthetic material (both as monofilament and multifilament) with characteristics similar to silk (in case of multifilament) or to gut (in case of monofilament) has always been a fundamental goal of our research. The Nylgut® represents the fruit of this research allowing the rediscovery of a different sound than that of polyamides, complemented by an excellent intonation stability, superior to that of the best Nylon strings.

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210AR160 cm24.00 + VAT
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