As you advance, tackling more complex pieces of music, greater demands will be made not only on the bow itself, but on the responsiveness of each string or combination of strings. But what type of strings do you need for your instrument, playing style, and overall budget? To help get you started, we have put together a basic guide breaking down the three main string types and their best uses for your playing needs.
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