No. 1 (Pirastro)
What the manufacturer says:
The No.1 E-string has a coated carbon steel core material with a high tensile strength and is wound with a very thin chrome steel flat-wire.
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L. van der Heijden (6/3/15)
A good, long lasting, reasonably complex sounding E string.
R. McDonnell (3/31/14)
This is a neat string. Wound E strings are somewhat of a rarity. The fact that it is wound in chrome means that the string has an exceptionally long life. At one camp, I got over a month out of it while playing nearly 12 hours a day. It also has the advantage of not whistling. It does however, feel a bit strange and does not project as strongly as some other E strings. It is fairly complex, due to the fact that it is wound. If your instrument is whistle-happy, this E is worth a try
D. Martins (3/4/14)
She is more stable than the Amber of Warchal. It does not sound as metal as the other. Are very stable and not apitão or emit unpleasant sounds. It is scaly, therefore, the pitch adheres easily. It is easy to modulate are very sensitive. Play with these strings is how to use a synthetic core string. Combines well with Dominant.