Low Carbon Wire

Low Carbon Music and Fortepiano Wire of Low Tensile Strength
This is iron alloy wire of low carbon content and low tensile strength, used mainly in early keyboard instruments.

Tinned Harpsichord Wire

A low carbon, low tensile "Iron Wire", also known as Zuckerman Wire or Z-wire. A tin coated wire used in harpsichords, virginals, clavichords and other period instruments. Diameters .008" to .016"

Voss Iron Wire

A low carbon, low tensile, non-tinned "Iron Wire" of high acclaim. Diameters .008" to .018"

Rose Harpsichord Wire Type A

A low carbon, low tensile non-tinned polished "Iron Wire", hand drawn in the UK, known as Rose wire type A. Diameters .008" to .014"

Rose Fortepiano Wire Type B

A low carbon, low tensile, non-tinned polished "Iron Wire", hand drawn in the UK, known as Rose wire type B. Diameters .014" to .038"