Last week we had the pleasure of welcoming a group of violinmakers from Northern Germany together with our German partner, GEWA Music, to Larsen Strings’ factory.
During their visit the violinmakers had the possibility of seeing how a string is made and how, through a high level of automatization and continuous control, we secure the good and even quality of our products. We also took some time to discuss how different strings affect player and instrument, and with the wonderful help of cellist Maria Isabel Edlund theory became practice as she helped demonstrate different string set-ups.

Working together with violinmakers to help musicians find their own sound with Larsen Strings

For more than 25 years, Larsen Strings has been developing and producing strings for musicians worldwide. However, as it is not possible for us to reach out directly to all musicians, we depend on violinmakers to help players find the right set-up for their particular playing style and instrument. We hope that, through this event, the violinmakers had the possibility of further developing their understanding of strings in general and of the possibilities offered by strings from the Larsen portfolio.
We, from Larsen Strings, would like to thank all the violinmakers and GEWA for stopping by.
We couldn’t do it without you!