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TI and Rondo Strings

TI and Rondo Strings

We are proud to offer TI and Rondo strings which are part of the Thomastik-Infeld Luthier Line of strings. These strings are available exclusively at professional luthier shops like The Long Island Violin Shop.

TI Strings

For Violin

TI violin strings work well with many types of instruments but are mostly popular among orchestra and chamber players. Similar to Dominant strings they have a synthetic core and excellent bow response. They also have pitch stability while being both focused and colorful.

Click here for the TI violin strings brochure


Rondo Strings   

If you are in the mood to try something different and are looking to treat yourself and your instrument to a superior set of strings, look no further than Rondo.

For Violin

Rondo violin strings are perfect for soloists and professionals. They provide the maximum amount of power in addition to sounding warm and colorful with a wide range of dynamics. They are slightly higher tension than Dominant strings which allows the player to dig in and sustain pressure when needed while still feeling soft under the left hand.

Click here for the Rondo violin strings brochure


For Cello

Rondo cello strings were designed specifically for professional soloists and work particularly well on modern instruments. These strings have outstanding projection, vast dynamic range, a deep sonorous sound, and abundant modulation in all registers, all while having a long life span. If you're looking to stand out among the crowd than these are the strings for you.

Click here for the Rondo cello strings brochure

For Viola

BRAND NEW! - Rondo viola strings are the newest addition to the Thomastik-Infeld Luthier Line of strings. Similar to the Rondo cello strings these strings have outstanding projection and a deep sonorous sound while being both warm and colorful.

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