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Do all of these violins have a similar tone? This sounds pretty dark to me which is wonderful, but i am curious to hear one just a tad brighter?
To me, there would be violins that are in between intermediate and professional violins. To me a professional violin would be used for people who plays in professional orchestra, who teaches violin, etc. like you, FM. Therefore, I felt like there's a gap in your listed violins.
I am looking for a full size violin for my daughter who is about to grow out of her 3/4 size violin. She is an intermediate violin player, will be an advance intermediate, advance player in the future, but she is not a professional violinist. When I look at your violins, I am hesitated to buy in professional violin category yet wonder if those listed in intermediate would serve her till she is an advance player. I like to buy something I don't have to upgrade for her in the next five to ten years (I guess I could go for professional violins in that sense but I could not afford it right now).
I understand the "title" should not matter as long as the instrument suit your taste and style of playing. I just have a rigid mind, just like I like to have a curriculum for my violin skill level so I know where I am at, when I can challenge myself more, when I am ready to challenge myself to the next level, etc.
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