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Thomastik Cello Strings

Versum Cello G String

$ 128.00 $ 109.99

Thomastik Cello Strings

Versum Cello G String

$ 128.00 $ 109.99

Tungsten-chrome wound/spiral core, Item: VE43

The new Thomastik Versum cello G string delivers a; rich and warm velvety lower string sound with power, projection and focus

Customer Reviews

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J.
Wonderful strings!

This is my third set, now all my cellos wear Versum! They are so smooth and rich on mine, I find that even the edgy 2013 cello is made calmer and richer. Concord has the best prices for strings hands down. The Versums are still expensive, but they last a long time and I think they would enhance ANY cello, and help bring out the best qualities. And they are easy to play on, too.

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C.O.
Third Set - Great Strings!

I'm on my third set of the Versum strings. They respond easily and produce a clear and focused sound. Sometimes I find the G & C to be a bit metallic sounding, but I believe it is more noticeable when the season changes (I live in a four-season area).
Julie, at Concord, is the best! She's knowledgeable and patient.

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C.O.
Third Set - Great Strings!

I'm on my third set of the Versum strings. They respond easily and produce a clear and focused sound. Sometimes I find the G & C to be a bit metallic sounding, but I believe it is more noticeable when the season changes (I live in a four-season area).
Julie, at Concord, is the best! She's knowledgeable and patient.

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L.B.
Round and comfy

These strings are a big change, but very good on my cello. The upper register is less edgy, and that has inspired me to feel less shy "up high". Since I've changed my strings, I've received many compliments, performing in churches, and also in very dry acoustics. The D string is more lively than my Larsen was, and the G and C work well, they seem comparable to my previous Spirocore Tungsten mediums. I do feel the need to compensate for a somewhat delayed response of the A, I need to really put a front on each note to get it to sound vibrant immediately, but that seems good, and I think it's the trade off for the warmth and roundness of the A in the upper register, which I'm really loving. Highly recommend!

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L.B.
Round and comfy

These strings are a big change, but very good on my cello. The upper register is less edgy, and that has inspired me to feel less shy "up high". Since I've changed my strings, I've received many compliments, performing in churches, and also in very dry acoustics. The D string is more lively than my Larsen was, and the G and C work well, they seem comparable to my previous Spirocore Tungsten mediums. I do feel the need to compensate for a somewhat delayed response of the A, I need to really put a front on each note to get it to sound vibrant immediately, but that seems good, and I think it's the trade off for the warmth and roundness of the A in the upper register, which I'm really loving. Highly recommend!