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Selling Fiddlerman Artist Violin Outfit 4/4 Full Size
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June 22, 2020 - 3:23 pm
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Bought for $689

Selling for $500 + Shipping
If you are in NYC area, I live in the FiDi area of Manhattan so pickup is definitely an option (and the preferred one).

Comes with an aftermarket damaged, but functional Lashof Precipitube Humidifer
And a brand new one, still in shipping container that they sent because the first one was damaged upon arrival

Purchased March 22, 2020 I bought it near beginning of COVID expecting that I would have lots of time to explore this long running, but unfulfilled passion for the violin. I've played it a grand total of maybe 10 times. However, it looks like I will have to wait longer as it's unlikely I'll be able to dedicate any significant time to this for a long time. So rather than let it sit and rot, I'm selling for a quick loss to get it in good hands.

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I don't know your circumstance, so this is not an advice.  But if I were you, unless I were in a real financial crunch, I'd rather keep the violin.  It won't rot; it takes a lot of year for the wood to rot physically.  The violin's tone may go to sleep, but it will wake up when you start learning to play again.  As adults, we're all busy and distracted, especially during this pandemic time, full of anxiety and uncertainty. Some days it feels like we need 48 hours / day just to get daily mundane things done, let alone learning or playing music. And yet, when a strong urge for making music comes, it will be nice to have the instruments handy! 

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