Sound fascinates us... Sound which includes space, colors, even smells... Sound which can be shocking, aggressive but caressing... Sound in which one can luxuriate... Sound which can carry us to completely new dimensions.
|Every player longs to have a stirring sound. It is every violinist's fate not only to improve all his life, but to search for an instrument with an ideal sound. However, owning a wonderful instrument does not end our efforts to improve and modify sound. Many factors determine the palette of sounds a violinist has at his or her disposal.|
|Besides the proper setup of the instrument, the primary determinant is the quality of the bow and the unity of its acoustic characteristics with the instrument. The strings play a crucial role in the optimal utilization of the acoustic qualities of an instrument; they can change the characteristics of the sound in a minute. Good strings can give an instrument another dimension or eliminate its extrinsic weaknesses. More important, they can provide musical inspiration and raise the technical level of the player by their sound and "willingness to cooperate."|
|Today's players expect a lot from their strings; this is understandable given the enormous scientific advances in the areas of research and the processing of materials. The Warchal laboratory can measure to a thousandth of a millimeter, weigh to a ten thousandth of a gram, or scientifically analyze the sound spectrum. Warchal's greatest asset is still the practical experience of Bohdan Warchal Jr. and the outstanding instrumentalists who test our strings. We are fortunate that modern devices can measure the sound spectrum. But what scientific tool can answer the question as to exactly which spectrum of harmonics an ideal string should have? And what about the factor Bohdan Warchal Jr. calls a string's "willingness to cooperate?"|
would love to be there when you dream about an even better sound to provide
you with more options. The choice is yours. It is impossible to achieve an
ideal match of strings and instrument without experimenting. For many
violinists, such a search can be inspiring.
You will be gratified to learn your instrument has unexpected potential.
|Our goal is to make your search for better sound as exciting for you as it is fascinating for us to develop new types of strings.|
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