Available for viola and cello.
E string available in Medium and Forte gauges for violin.
Many decades ago, Jargar strings became popular with cellists, especially for the A and D strings, because of their warm sound. They still provide a good, mid-priced alternative to the Larsen A and D. The G and C tend to be a bit muffled, but this problem is much less evident with their ‘Silver Sound’ G and C strings. However the violin strings, with the exception of the Forte E, have waned in popularity here, as synthetic strings can now provide more warmth and clarity of sound with some reliability of pitch. The violin G strings tend to have muffled sound, with a sluggish response.