Items in bag

WOW0821240209BLCLJLLLML

  • Free shippingOn all prepaid orders

  • 10 dayreturns

  • COD available all for Orders Under Rs. 3000

  • India's largest selectionof Beauty Products

  • Dâ??Addario H310 W Helicore Violin String Set, 4/4 Scale Heavy Tension With Steel E String (1 Set) â?

D'Addario

Dâ??Addario H310 W Helicore Violin String Set, 4/4 Scale Heavy Tension With Steel E String (1 Set) â?

D'Addario

Dâ??Addario H310 W Helicore Violin String Set, 4/4 Scale Heavy Tension With Steel E String (1 Set) â?

£132.00 £80.00 Save: (39.39%)
£80.00 £132 Save £52 (39.39%)
Delivery Time: 12-18 days

Quantity:

  • 1
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
    • 5
    • 6
    • 7
    • 8
    • 9
    • 10
Delivery Time: 12-18 days

Import Duties to be borne by the customer at the time of delivery.
Product price is exclusive of such duties.

4 Great Reasons To Buy From Us:

  • Tracked Shipping on all orders

  • 100% Original
    Products

  • Secure Payments

  • 14 Days Returns

  • Tracked Shipping on all orders

  • 100% Original
    Products

  • Secure Payments

  • 10 Days Returns

Product Description Product Description
  • VERSATILE STRINGS - Designed for optimum playability, D'Addario's Helicore violin strings are one of the most versatile stranded-steel core strings available. Helicore strings suit many playing styles, levels and instruments.
  • STRANDED STEEL CORE - Helicore violin strings are crafted with a multi-stranded steel core, giving them great playability and a clear, warm tone. Smaller string diameter provides quick bow response while quality materials and workmanship create pitch stability and longevity.
  • FOR 4/4 SCALE VIOLIN - Scaled to fit a 4/4 size violin with a playing length of 13 inches (328mm), these heavy tension strings are optimized to the needs of a majority of players. The E string included with the H310W set is a plain steel E (tin-plated high-carbon steel) with no winding.
  • BUILT TO LAST - Packaged in uniquely-designed sealed pouches, Helicore strings have unparalleled protection from the elements that cause corrosion.
  • MADE IN THE USA - D'Addario leverages centuries of string-making experience and advanced computer-controlled winding technology to bring you the most durable, consistent and long-lasting strings. All D'Addario strings are designed, engineered and manufactured in the USA to the most stringent quality controls in the industry.
Read More
Read Less
Reviews See all reviews

Customer Reviews

Repeat buyer of these excellent stringsBetween two daughters in advanced strings level in Chamber Orchestra, I have four violins to maintain and these Helicore are my choice. I have tried the usual strings from Red brand to Dominants. The Helicore just responds smoother with a sound production that is just a joy to both the player and the audience. For your reference, I am using them on Yamaha AV5 and AV7 full size violins in their standard factory setup using Hindersine violin rosin and Pernambuco bows.My experience over time is that the E string doesn't last as long as the others. With about an hour of daily practice, 7 days a week, the E string seems to last just under a year. So, I typically add H311W to the order just to have an extra E string available.The A string goes next, but at a more tolerable frequency of breakage than the E string.Strongly recommended.5Nice stringsUser: Classically trained violinist - over 30 years professionallyI have played them in about 5 hours now, 2 separate locations.Last 2 sets of strings: Dominant G, D, A, Pirastro Olive Gold EOverall view: I like them. I'd recommend them.I was kind of wary since mostly every review I read pertained to 'bluegrass' fiddle and was concerned that the sound would be 'bright' especially since I like a darker tone. But, I did read some reviews that said they were the darkest steel strings they'd ever played.Strung them up at home - a nice even-tempered environment. I didn't lose pitch constantly, maybe a little less than when comparing them to synthetic strings.Played them pretty aggressively at first trying eek out their limitations. Nice round tone when you want it. Could dig out some intense vibes as needed. Checked tuning often and after the 30 mins or so didn't have to keep re-tuning.Went to a 2 hour rehearsal the next day in a poorly air-condition room. Lost about a 1/4 tone in the first 20 mins. Re-tuned once more and then didn't have to re-tune any more than usual.After rehearsal I told one of my friends what I was playing and he squinched up his nose when I told him they were steel-core strings. "Aren't they too bright?" I told him I didn't think so, but asked him what he thought and ran the violin through a range of styles. He said "it sounds more articulated"I think the tone and volume is even across the strings. I can make the D string sound a little brighter than the others when I really go after 'that' sound, but otherwise they are even.I like the E string. It has a nice round tone all the time, even compared to the Olive Gold E that I chose to play because I hate an E that shrieks. Not talking about whistling, I'm talking about an E string that has harsh overtones when played hard.The strings are soft under finger. Flexible but not flabby. The E is particularly soft feeling.I'm thinking that when it is time to replace the strings again I'll try the Helicores again, but I might choose stark instead of medium gauge. Not that I need more volume, I get plenty of that, but just to see if I'd prefer a little more resistance under finger.5More than satisfied with the quality.I have been playing violin for almost 40 years now, mainly as a hobby, a gift I have, and usually at church. I had to get a new set as I also started playing at a restaurant on the weekends and my A string started stripping. It was so many years since I had bought strings that I was blown away by the myriad of choices.I had to play for my uncle s funeral and I finally decided on these. They stretched nicely and VERY QUICKLY after I put them on. I was up and playing in about an hour. I tuned them higher than optimum to let them stretch and then properly tuned them after the hour when I realized they held the tune.I am impressed by how loud they sound. I do like a bit of body to my sound, and regrettably these are a tad bit more metallic sounding than what I might have preferred, but am I dissatisfied with the sound? ABSOLUTELY NOT!!I highly recommend these. They seem strong, other reviews say they are good all around, especially for electric violins, but mine is acoustic. I have no complaints really, the sound is strong, sweet, more on the metallic side but still very much full of body.I will buy again, make no mistake.5Great for fiddlingHelicores are favorites for fiddle players. I've tried Helicores, Dominants, and Pirastro Tonicas. On my fiddle, the Dominants (the most expensive of the three) were simple, LOUD, one-dimensional, boring-sounding, and unraveled at the ball four weeks in. Comparatively, the Helicores when new had a wonderful, complex tone/sound (as well as having plenty of volume), perfect for my instrument. I feel like I have a lot of range from soft/quiet playing to loud, and a range of clear to gritty sounds depending on how I bow. What is that called - more dynamic? - when compared to the Dominants. Very responsive for fast playing. With bowed triplets I can get that nice chop-a-kah sound whenever I want to. And, they stay in tune wonderfully. I haven't had to touch the tuning pegs since putting them in - I've just moved the fine tuners a few turns. Now that my Helicores are 3 months old, though, they are getting a little muddy. Time to replace them! Of course, your milage on any set of strings will depend very strongly on your instrument and your playing style.Note that there are two sets of Helicore mediums, and this particular set has a wrapped E string (as opposed to a solid steel E string). When this wrapped E is brand new, it is fantastic. It is bright enough, but not as much as the solid varieties. This would be an excellent choice if you have a fiddle where a solid steel E string is too harsh. It also is nice for avoiding squeaking (read: easier to play for beginners). After a few months of heavy playing, however, the wrapped E gets a bit quiet and muddy. And then the wrapping breaks and unwinds under your fingers. That is perfectly normal and will happen with any wrapped string eventually. Just note that it happens more quickly with wrapped E strings because they are smaller and more delicate. I have since gone back to the set with the solid steel E string. Mine lasted 3 months with an average of 2-3 hours per day of playing. Also note that, at jams, I will often strum my fiddle like a mandolin, which will wear on your strings more quickly than just bowing.Note that all the Helicore strings are much thinner than nylon-core strings, which can be a small adjustment for your fingers to get used to, but it does not have any disadvantages. Other than possible issues with the strings sinking into your bridge, if you have a cheap bridge or if you get it wet (rain). This can be avoided with a drop of super glue where the A and E strings sit on the bridge.5So far I like these better than the DominantsI am new to violin and my first set of strings were Dominants and they were around $50.I used them for two months and everytime I started to practice I was tuning my violin. I am new to violin so I just thought this was normal. I then noticed they were not sounding as good. I cleaned them and this helped a little but still they did not sound great. At my last lesson my violin teacher said that I probably need to change them.So I decided to try the helicore strings. I had read some good reviews online. I am learning classical style but evidentially want to play bluegrass as well. I put these on and they instantly sounded better (but most new strings do). However the more I practiced I noticed I did not have to turn everytime. This was a pleasant surprise. I would say I am having to tune about 1/5th of the time compared to the dominants.Pros: Great value for the sound. So far much less toning than Dominant strings.Cons: I do notice a "sizzle" sound when I play really slowly. Mostly noticed up close. This is not something that bothers me at all. You really have to listen to hear it.I will be buying these strings and not dominants from now on. Oh and did I mention they are $10 cheaper per set.5High quality strings, steel string E is not for me, but the others are very very goodThe BEST strings I have used. I will be sticking with these, but will definitely not be using the steel string E, as I prefer another, mellower sound. The G, D and A are perfect for me, letting my violin sing more than just play. A truly good sound. If you don t find that your sound is imporovedcwith these, just keep practicing!5These sound great on my fiddleI play folk fiddle but I'm also trained as a classical player. These strings are perfect on my fiddle. I can play old timey fiddle tune and blues as well as sensitive and gentle back-ups with vibrato, and they work for either style. I've been buying these for years and they are perfect for me. Fiddles can be picky and fickle. What works on one doesn't always sing well on another. Keep on trying until you find the right one for your particular instrument. It's out there. If you're still not satisfied, try different kinds of rosin or have your instrument professionally adjusted. IMPORTANT! IMPORTANT! for folk players as well as classical! Wipe the rosin off those strings and the wood under them with a soft rag after every use. Strings caked up with rosin can't sing out. If you can't get the rosin off the strings, use a little alcohol on a rag, but be sure to protect the finish of your instrument. It will dissolve the rosin, but it will eat off the varnish on your fiddle if you're not VERY careful. I buy those little alcohol pads people use to clean their skin if they have to use an injection needle -- but put a rag under your strings to protect the fiddle and the fingerboard!!5Beautiful sound that even a beginner can recognizeWonderful bright strings. I'm new to the violin, but everyone seemed to recommend these or dominants. My husband plays the guitar and felt I should go with the d'addario. There is a HUGE sound difference between these, and what my violin came with. Just the feel and look of them seems so much more quality, and the E does not sound scratchy!5Great tones. Lighter than dominants by a bit.I like these strings. Some other reviewers were worried they were too bright sounding for classical. I like how they sound. I play in musical pits and it works great for all types of shows- the style can vary quite a bit. I think these strings are super versatile. I also struggle with pinky strength and feel that these strings are a bit lighter than dominants (the only strings I bought for 20 years) and make the upper register of the instrument a bit more accessible for me. Overall good product. Good general set of strings.5Fiddle strings.I put the strings on a very old 7/8 violin because all steel strings were too much pressure for this delicate thin top violin. They were the perfect fix for that fiddle, the tone was good. On my full size fiddle that I play hoedowns and country, I did not like them. They lost attack and volume, however they are very good strings depending on your requirements.4
See All Reviews
Delivery Delivery
  • Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched.
  • The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing.
  • In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.
Returns Return
  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 14 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@ninetribe.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened, any tags are removed or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • NineTribe reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.

Recently Viewed

Back to Top