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Buy a good Violin in the range $300 to $500
What violin I should buy in an specific range price.
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tecsined
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April 12, 2013 - 8:06 am
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Hi,

I am a beginner student of violin and I have been playing with a regular violin Hermet Shartel HS44 for one year. The other day I tried my violin teacher and I was impressed how good it sound and how easier I played and tuned certain notes on it.

Since that I have been thinking in buy a new violin still in the student range 300 to 500 but the best that I can have.

Looking on internet everything is confusing because the different opinions.

 

I was trying to compare the Cecilio 4/4 CVN-600 versus the Ricard Bunner G1 and dont know what could be the best option for me. 

 

Furthermore is somebody could recommend me something good in that range wll be good.

Thank you

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Kevin M.
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April 12, 2013 - 10:33 am
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This is the best in your range. http://fiddlershop.com/fiddler.....iolin.html add in a Fiddlerman Carbon fiber bow, http://fiddlershop.com/accesso.....iolin.html, and a case, http://fiddlershop.com/accesso.....-case.html. I have seen this violin and use this bow. They are a great value and come set up by fiddlerman who plays each one he sells to make sure of it's quality.  Your teacher may be asking you to play your violin.

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Please note the Concert violin referenced in the link Kevin gave already comes as an outfit--case, FM CF bow, good rosin--for the listed price. Nothing else except a shoulder rest is needed. (Originally this was called the Concert Master violin, and was sold separately, but it's been renamed, and only comes as an outfit now.)

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Thank you Steve I didn't realize that

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Thank you for your reply I am going to see the videos and the review about that violin :)

 

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Good luck..Kevin will not steer  you wrong. Fiddlerman is here to assist you pick out an instrument that you will love in  your price range.

 

Good luck.... Let us know what  you get.

 

Cheers.

Toni

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