Wonderful music always enjoys popular support. If you are aimed at becoming an excellent violinist or trying to build your kid up as anoutstanding musician, never miss our Glossy Handmade Spruce Playing Violin 4/4 with Bow Case.It is designed to offer excellent sound quality and comfortable playing. Strings are perfect for replacement while the shoulder rest releases you from shoulder pain or fatigue caused by long time practice. The electronic tuner in the set also makes the tuning easier. Why not buy one for yourself or for your kid immediately?
Violin Size: 4/4
Material: Spruce Wood
Violin Color: Wood Color
Violin Weight: 492g
Bow Length: 29.13"/74cm
Violin Dimensions: 59 x 21 x 6cm (L x W x H)
Package Dimensions: 80 x 26 x 12.5cm(L x W x H)
Exquisite appearance and fine craftsmanship
4/4 size, equipped with a set of various accessories
Suitable for both beginners and professional players
A set of high quality strings make decent sounds
Convenient to carry, can be played anywhere and anytime
The inside of case is very soft to protect the violin
Rosin is a free gift for you to apply on the violin bow
Perfect violin set for all music lovers, also a good gift for family or the kid of your friends
The violin is a string instrument, usually with four strings tuned in perfect fifths. It is the smallest, highest-pitched member of the violin family of string instruments, which also includes the viola, cello, and double bass.
A violin typically consists of a spruce top (the soundboard, also known as the top plate, table, or belly), maple ribs and back, a neck, a bridge, four strings, and various fittings, optionally including a chinrest, which may attach directly over, or to the left of, the tailpiece.
How to determine what size violin you need:
Violins are available in 8 different sizes: 4/4 (also called full size), 3/4, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/10, 1/16 and 1/32. Size 4/4 is the biggest and size 1/32 is the smallest. All adults, regardless of their sizes, use the size 4/4 violin.
To measure what size violin best suits you, you need to know the length between your neck and the middle of your left-hand palm (when your hand is fully extended and raised perpendicular to your body, just like holding a violin). If you have a teacher, you should ask for your teacher′s recommendation. If you don′t have a teacher, we would recommend using the neck/wrist approach for students instead of using full size.
1 x Violin
1 x Bag
1 x Bow
1 x Rosin