Recommended For: Intermediate
Thomastik-Infeld Dominants are one of the most popular strings due to their flexibility and stable, warm pitch. Personally, I use Dominants for my D, G, C strings and combine with a Jargar A.
Despite their steeper price, Dominants have a very long life making them a great choice. They come in a variety of lengths and gauges, so again there is a lot of flexibility.
Dominants were the first strings manufactured with a synthetic perlon or nylon core and have become a measuring stick against which most other synthetic viola strings are measured.
Because of their multistrand synthetic center, Dominant viola strings are both adaptable and stable, effectively maintaining pitch while providing a warm tone. Some of the complexity of the tone is lost due to the synthetic center, but this loss is more than compensated for by the longer lifespan of Dominants.
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