The Solea violin strings are Corelli's new flagship. Three years of research by the manufacturer led to a completely new composition of a multifilament core. The elasticity and texture results in a rich and clear sound. Read more
Savarez Corelli has spent three years researching the development of new materials to create a synthetic multifilament core that is very flexible, yet has enough resistance to make the playing feel as attractive as possible.
The precisely tuned stiffness of the string allows the most demanding player to create great nuances and different timbres, and perfect projection, from pianissimo to fortissimo.
When you go from one string to another, you immediately feel the accurate homogeneity of these strings: volume, resonance, harmony, responsiveness, ... are perfectly adjusted along the entire length of the fingerboard.
The wound A, D and G strings are made of new materials: a combination of specially developed innovative metals. The double layer of a special metal alloy surrounds a synthetic multifilament core.
The E string is made of flexible steel with the addition of carbon. This string sounds clear but not aggressive, to create a wide range of nuances, even with very powerful play.
|E string material||Carbon steel, unwound|
|A string material||Synthetic multifilament core, metal wound|
|D string material||Synthetic multifilament core, metal wound|
|G string material||Synthetic multifilament core, metal wound|