Why are Brilliant strings arranged in the set in such
a strange order?

We invest wherever and whenever it improves our strings while trying to save money for our partners and customers. We first considered using a cardboard box which would have covered all the strings in the set and provided space for necessary information. However, using such material would have resulted in greater weight, increasing shipping costs and the final price to customers. We therefore decided to place our strings (individually wrapped in paper) in a plastic cover.

For violin strings because we produce two versions of the D string, this string is placed first in the set. This allows the salesperson or customer to easily determine whether the set includes a silver or hydronalium D string. The E string is placed last, making it clear whether it is a ball or loop version. The savings from such decisions allow us to focus on what connects us all the sound.