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THE FUTURE OF COATED STRINGS ARE NOT COATED
Welcome to the next generation of extended-life strings. La Bella Vapor Shield™ strings are like no other string on the market because the surface of the string is modified during the treatment process. Coated strings are now a thing of the past.
Using a highly sophisticated Ionic Vapor Process™ developed by Acoustic Science™, proprietary compounds are activated in a glow discharge electromagnetic plasma, and the surface of all strings are modified. The result is a string protected from dirt, oil, residue, and tarnishing. Most importantly, string playability and life is extended without flaking or compromising tone.
THE LA BELLA VAPOR SHIELD™ DIFFERENCE. The technology behind La Bella Vapor Shield™ is unlike any other string. The entire surface and full-length of all strings are treated with a nucleated polymer vapor material that requires hours of complex prep and processing; no spraying or dipping. The
TONE. BRIGHTER than typical coated strings AND non-treated strings. Unlike traditional coated strings, Vapor Shield™ plain steel AND wound strings are treated, resulting in even tone.
FEEL. The Ionic Vapor Process™ improves the string’s surface properties, resulting in SMOOTHER plain steel and wound strings vs. both typical coated and non-treated strings.
LIFE-SPAN. Lasts 5x longer than non-treated strings.
ENDURANCE. No flaking after extended play. Impervious to grime, tarnishing and oil residue.
La Bella Viola Braguesa 10 Strings in 5 Double Courses Loop
La Bella Violin A-la Chrome Steel, Flat Wound, Full Steel Co
La Bella Violin Aluminium & Silver-plated Round Wound
The violin is the best known of all Western orchestral instruments. The smallest in a family that includes the viola, cello and double bass, the violin developed in the 16th century and descended from the Medieval fiddle and rebec. All the members of the violin family have four strings, a tailpiece, a bridge, a wasted body, f-shaped sound holes and an arched top. The design has changed little since formalized by the great16th century Italian makers Stradivari and Guarneri.
Chrome Steel Flat Wound on Full Steel Core
La Bella Violin G-sol Chrome Steel, Flat Wound,Full Steel C
La Bella ViolinD-re Chrome Steel, Flat Wound, Full Steel Cor