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9 gauge Ernie Ball string replaces violin E

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After a second Tonica E broke in as many days I cut down a cheap acoustic string and hey presto a tougher, easier to tune and better sounding replacement is found.  For the fifth of the price too.  Ever get the feeling you're being cheated?

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If you really want to save money,  an eight dollar set of mandolin strings gets you two complete sets for violin.  And no cutting needed.  (No, I haven't tried it.)

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