I have used it for many years. It is the lowest tension as I know. And it is the most expensive strings in the classical guitar world. One set is $40/$50 from SBM. And it is the only available one for classical guitar. In violin, pure silver strings have been accepted for long, long time...because it is very expensive, I only use for my Vowinkel guitar up till now.
It's sound is nice, very easy to play. But the D string life is not very long as you expected. Usually one set can be used for 1-2 months. If you can afford it, I would recommend you to use it.
Because it's tension is very low , the guitar top must be extremely sensitive/responsive.
As I know, Pepe Romero family and Eliot Fisk...use it.
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650: Otto Vowinkel, Cedar/BRW; Córdoba C9 A&B, Cedar/MH;
640: Juan Hernandez Torres, Spruce/IRW; Sweet Tone, Spruce/Lam. RW;
635: German V. Rubio, Spruce/MP; German V. Rubio, Spruce/PE;
630: Kenny Hill Performance, Double Top(Spruce/Cedar)/MP