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Hi, Just wondering if there is a specific reason a viola string would unravel here right in the middle between nut and neck body. It's not near the nut or bridge, so no sharp points could have damaged it. The string is a Warchal Karneol. To be fair, I've had this string on for over a year, so it definitely does not bother me that it broke now. Just wondering if there is a specific reason for it to unravel in such a strange place. The rest of the string is perfectly fine. No damage/unraveling anywhere else. Thank you.
Have anyone tried these strings, and if so, is there a noticeable difference between the 2? They are priced the same, and the website says the Warchal Brilliant VINTAGE is specifically made for antique instruments. Is this possible? And if so, how? What makes them better for Antique instruments? I played on someone's violin yesterday which had this strings (not sure if it was the vintage or just the normal), and found it had a absolutely lovely sound, so I would want to try it on my own violin. Just not sure about the Vintage vs normal kind. Thank you.