Empire Period Harp Bass Wound Strings
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Since the begginning og the XIX century harps employed silk wound bass strings.
This is why the old fashion harp bass strings produce a so different sound than the modern ones, made with nylon multifilaments.
The development of a new synthetic material that can imitate the acoustical characteristics of silk but without some typical defects such as, for example, the instability to changes of climate, has always been a fundamental goal of our research.
The Nylgut® multifilament represents the fruit of this research: Nylgut®’s multifilaments has the same silk’s density.
Other strong points of Nylgut® are its’ elevated resistance under tension -greater than silk- but even more important is its extraordinary immunity to changes of climate, considerable superior to that of nylon and gut, thereby guarantying an insuperable stability of tuning under normal conditions.
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PRICES FOR Empire Period Harp Bass Wound Strings (calculated for a’-415 Hz.)
Minimum order: 50 euros excluding IVA / VAT / TAV (except UE customers)
|Not||String lenght (cm)||External gauge (mm)||CODE (Equivalent gut -gauge)||Euros excluding IVA-VAT-TVA (except for non-EU customers)|
|D 1||160||2,15 mm||420 AR||24,00|
|E 1||160||2,10 mm||400 AR||24,00|
|F 1||160||2,00 mm red||370 AR||24,00|
|G 1||160||1,88 mm||360 AR||24,00|
|A 1||160||1,76 mm||330 AR||24,00|
|B 1||160||1,66 mm||290 AR||24,00|
|C 2||160||1,58 mm red||260 AR||24,00|
|D 2||160||1,50 mm||240 AR||24,00|
|E 2||160||1,45 mm||230 AR||24,00|
|F 2||160||1,42 mm||210 AR||24,00|