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Pirastro Aricore 4/4 Cello A String - Aluminum/Perlon - Medium G


Pirastro Aricore 4/4 Cello A String - Aluminum/Perlon - Medium G


Product description

Pirastro Aricore cello strings feature a multifilament synthetic core (perlon) with either silver or aluminum winding. They are long lasting, stable in pitch, and feature a dark, sound in comparison with other synthetic core strings.

Pirastro Aricore 4/4 Cello A String - Aluminum/Perlon - Medium G

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