Jargar violin strings, (E, A, D, G) are all made on a special, flexible steel core. The E-string is without windings, but the A, D and G strings are all wound with thin threads of metal-aluminium, copper and different alloys. The strings, produce a big, powerfull, distinct and well-balanced tone.
The G-string is also available with an upper winding of pure silver, witch makes the sound more like that of gut strings. This variant, which is more expensive, is called silver.
Forte: red colour in the ball end and blue colour in the peg end.
However, violin D is always brown in the peg end, and violin G, Silver is always yellow in the peg end.
The forte strings are a little thicker than the medium strings.