Arizona fine Violins
 

Larsen Cello String Dealers for Phoenix/Mesa, Shipped Worldwide

Without a doubt, Larsen Cello Strings, are the most popular, most important cello strings manufacturer in the world. At the next professional orchestra concert, if you look around throughout the cello section on stage, it should not be shocking news that almost every player has some combination that includes all or some of the Larsen cello strings.

The quality and craftsmanship on Larsen are undeniably the best, but more than anything, the play and sound the best on the cello! There are two major cello brands that they offer: The regular Larsen cello strings, in the beige envelope, with the lower strings being made with Tungsten and the A and D strings coming in regular or Solo. The Regulars come in medium, light (they call it 'dolce') and heavy (or "forte"). If you have never bought or tried Larsen cello strings before, we strongly urge you to start quite simply with the regular medium tension. Medium (in the string industry) is a tension that the manufacturers agree that 90% of the people wanting their strings will like the most. If you are an experienced player and know the character of your cello well, some will know that they need more tension and a heavier feel, so they prefer the 'Forte' gauge for their cello.

The newest sensation in the cell world is the new, Larsen Magnacore Cello Strings. These are quickly winning over the most skeptical (and cheapest) players! As most cellists know, for many years the most common and most popular cello combination has always been Tungsten Spirocore medium, C & G strings, with some other kind of brand as A & D. Most often, Larsen. They (Larsen) just didn't have an answer for those (very) popular Spirocore cello strings. That is, until they hit a homerun with their new Magnacores. First, C and G Magnacores came out and immediately started to catch momentum and favor in the top cello communities around the world. Spirocore eaters? The new Magnacores definitely have the presence, depth and projection that were more favored with the Spirocores. In just recent weeks, they came out with their matching A and D Magnacores.

Here we pretty much offer every cello string that Larsen offers. Yes, Magnacores are expensive. We always tell people "God Bless you" that the 'cheap' cello strings sound and work so well on your cello. In general though, the Magnacores are the most expensive cello string because they are worth it!

We do have a nice Custom Cello Strings page here our Arizona Fine Violins site. Here we choose 5 custom sets where we are able to safely offer special combined cello sets at very attractive discounts.

Lastly, if you are in the Phoenix valley (including Mesa, Tempe, Gilbert, Chandler and Scottsdale etc..) please feel free to come in and get your special discounts!

Larsen Magnacore Cello Strings    
LM1 Magnacore Cello Set: these come in Medium or Forte Gauge $371.00
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LM2 Magnacore A string $55.52
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LM3 Magnacore D string $62.72
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LM4 Magnacore G string $119.31
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LM5 Magnacore C String $133.71
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Larsen Cello Strings

   
LM6 Larsen A string, in 3 gauges $42.82  
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LM7 Larsen A Solo string, Medium or Forte $49.56
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LM8 Larsen D string, in 3 gauges $55.52
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LM9 Larsen D Solo string, in Medium or Forte $55.52
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LM10 Larsen G String, Medium or Forte $80.04
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LM11 Larsen G Solo String, Medium or Forte $92.38
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LM12 Larsen Cello C String, Medium or Forte $98.92
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