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Best Violins in India - Reviews and Comparison 2021

We picked the 7 best violins in 2021 for your budget and use cases.

A great violinist must accumulate knowledge in many disciplines. From Mozart, Beethoven, and Brahms to Marc O’Connor and Jean Luc Ponty, all types of violin music can be familiar to players. Playing skills are apparent: the violinist must be able to bend, play, and play the instrument's strings in any way from the first position to second, third and fourth positions. It is another requirement. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, violinists must understand their instruments.

To help you understand the violins better and choose the best, here we are with the violins buyer guide and reviews.

UPDATED

12/8/2021

Model

Our Rating

Rating

Wood Type

Neck and Finger Board

Pro's & Con's

Type

Weight

Size

Strings

Tuners

Bow Included

Rosin Included

Hard Case

Other Accessories

Ideal For

Replacement Policy

Warranty Policy

Antique Voilin

Mendini

Antique Voilin

4/4MV300

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9.7 / 10

05/2021

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Spruce and Maple

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Maple

Includes a Violin First Lesson book with instruction
Manual
1.74 kg
4/4
4
4

Extra set of violin strings

  

2 violin bridges

  

Adjustable shoulder rest

  

Clip-on tuner

Beginners
7 days

Kadence

Vivaldi Violin

V101

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9.6 / 10

05/2021

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Spruce and Maple

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Ebony

Premium feel
Manual
2 kg
Not mentioned
4
4
Not mentioned
Not mentioned
Not mentioned
Not mentioned
Beginners
7 days
1 year

Juarez

Violin

JRZ23UK/NA

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9.5 / 10

05/2021

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Sapele

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Okoume

Nylon strings produce really nice clear sound, also protect your fingers
Metal chrome tuners assure your instrument will keep good in tune stable
High quality ABS nut and saddle
Manual
980 g
23UK
4
4
Soft case for carrying
Beginners
7 days
1 year

Kadence

Vivaldi

KAD-VE-100

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9.4 / 10

05/2021

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Maple

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Ebony

Brazilwood bow with unbleached genuine Mongolian horsehair
Comes with Aux cable and headphones
It runs on battery, but they are not included
Electric
1.3 kg
Not mentioned
4
4

Aux cable

  

Headphones

Professional
7 days
6 months

Kadence

Vivaldi

KAD-VE-101

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9.3 / 10

05/2021

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Maple

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Ebony

Lightweight hard case
Brazilwood bow with unbleached genuine Mongolian horsehair
Comes with headphones
Manual
1.3 kg
4/4
4
4
Headphones
Professional
7 days
6 months

Arctic

Violin

AR-EVK-019.2

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9.2 / 10

05/2021

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Spruce

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Ebony

Polished steel strings
Supports Western Classical, Carnatic, Pop and Jazz Music
Comes with Aux cable and headphones
Electric
1.83 kg
4/4
4
4

Aux cable

  

Headphones

Professional
7 days
1 year

The Violin Store

Violin

SWV-01

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9.1 / 10

05/2021

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Not mentioned

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Good quality Classic Case & free Bow
Bridge cutting & Sound post adjustment
Manual
Not mentioned
Not mentioned
4
4
Not mentioned
Not mentioned
Not mentioned
Beginner and intermediate students
7 days
1 year

Mendini

Antique Voilin


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9.7 / 10

05/2021

Pro's & Con's

Includes a Violin First Lesson book with instruction

Features

Wood Type

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Spruce and Maple

Neck and Finger Board

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Type

Manual

Weight

1.74 kg

Size

4/4

Strings

4

Tuners

4

Bow Included

Rosin Included

Hard Case

Other Accessories

Extra set of violin strings

  

2 violin bridges

  

Adjustable shoulder rest

  

Clip-on tuner

Ideal For

Beginners

Replacement Policy

7 days

Warranty Policy

Your guides

Maitreyee Bapat

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Buyer’s Guide - Best Violins in India

Your musical companion!

1

Features: Most important purchase criteria for violins

Finding the perfect tune!

3

FAQs: Learn more about details

Get your doubts solved with these!

4

How To: Tips and care instructions for violins

Your step-by-step guide for easy use!

1. Features: Most important purchase criteria for violins

1.1 Materials

The materials used to make the violin will affect the quality of the instrument. Each part uses an exceptional tonewood selected according to its unique function, contributing to the overall perfection of the violin. For example, spruce wood is used to make soundboards in high-quality musical instruments, while maple, ebony, and other hardwoods complete the rest of the sound. These woods were chosen for their resonance and timbre. Additionally, the way the wood is cured will also affect the quality of the violin. The curing process helps to ensure uniform proportions throughout the instrument, thus enhancing the sound. Although difficult to see visually, unevenly dried wood can negatively affect the projection and tone quality. A fundamental principle here is to look for solid wood, not veneered materials.

The materials used to make the violin will affect the quality of the instrument. Each part uses an exceptional tonewood selected according to its unique function, contributing to the overall perfection of the violin. For example, spruce wood is used to make soundboards in high-quality musical instruments, while maple, ebony, and other hardwoods complete the rest of the sound. These woods were chosen for their resonance and timbre. Additionally, the way the wood is cured will also affect the quality of the violin. The curing process helps to ensure uniform proportions throughout the instrument, thus enhancing the sound. Although difficult to see visually, unevenly dried wood can negatively affect the projection and tone quality. A fundamental principle here is to look for solid wood, not veneered materials.

1.2 Sound

Although craftsmanship and materials can effectively produce a realistic sound, each instrument is made from living materials which gives each violin a unique sound. Each instrument has its range, depth, and tonal abilities. Although you can do certain things to improve or clarify the violin's tone, such as new playing techniques, better strings, or different bows. The position of the doubling column (which can be moved inward) also affects the sound. The characteristics of determining whether a violin is a high-quality instrument are often subtle, but it takes practice. You will distinguish between an instrument that is good value for money or an instrument that is difficult to play and requires frequent maintenance.

Although craftsmanship and materials can effectively produce a realistic sound, each instrument is made from living materials which gives each violin a unique sound. Each instrument has its range, depth, and tonal abilities. Although you can do certain things to improve or clarify the violin's tone, such as new playing techniques, better strings, or different bows. The position of the doubling column (which can be moved inward) also affects the sound. The characteristics of determining whether a violin is a high-quality instrument are often subtle, but it takes practice. You will distinguish between an instrument that is good value for money or an instrument that is difficult to play and requires frequent maintenance.

1.3 Pricing

Make sure the quality of the violin and clothing you buy matches the attached price. Ask your trusted teachers and classmates from where they have purchased musical instruments and how much they paid.

Make sure the quality of the violin and clothing you buy matches the attached price. Ask your trusted teachers and classmates from where they have purchased musical instruments and how much they paid.

1.4 Craftsmanship

Identifying high-quality musical instruments through excellent craftsmanship is one of the most specific functions to understand and recognize. The people who make stringed instruments are called luthiers. As a craft, there are many different opinions on how to implement the techniques involved. Handmade violins are often more expensive than their equivalent products due to the time and effort required in the manufacturing process. However, in recent years new manufacturing methods have been developed that combine the best of both worlds. A controlled production environment combined with a custom assembly process can produce high-quality violins at an affordable price. Some things to look for include:

  • Strong joints - When you gently press down on the soundboard, you shouldn’t hear any grinding noise. The scroll-scroll details should be pretty impressive.

  • Symmetrical - When you look at the violin, it should be balanced from top to bottom, and the end nut and neck should be aligned accordingly.

  • Violin Bridge - (This is a typical maintenance requirement) When looking at a new instrument, an unsuitable bridge can be a clue to other misaligned parts.

  • Pegs - On the shelf for a while, the seam connecting the top and bottom can loosen; this is not a big problem. The rawhide glue can be used to join the seams designed for future violin adjustments and are susceptible to changes in humidity.

Identifying high-quality musical instruments through excellent craftsmanship is one of the most specific functions to understand and recognize. The people who make stringed instruments are called luthiers. As a craft, there are many different opinions on how to implement the techniques involved. Handmade violins are often more expensive than their equivalent products due to the time and effort required in the manufacturing process. However, in recent years new manufacturing methods have been developed that combine the best of both worlds. A controlled production environment combined with a custom assembly process can produce high-quality violins at an affordable price. Some things to look for include:

  • Strong joints - When you gently press down on the soundboard, you shouldn’t hear any grinding noise. The scroll-scroll details should be pretty impressive.

  • Symmetrical - When you look at the violin, it should be balanced from top to bottom, and the end nut and neck should be aligned accordingly.

  • Violin Bridge - (This is a typical maintenance requirement) When looking at a new instrument, an unsuitable bridge can be a clue to other misaligned parts.

  • Pegs - On the shelf for a while, the seam connecting the top and bottom can loosen; this is not a big problem. The rawhide glue can be used to join the seams designed for future violin adjustments and are susceptible to changes in humidity.

1.5 Setup

You should be able to play each string clearly without touching other strings; otherwise, it may mean that the bridge or fingerboard needs to be adjusted. Check if the hook is tight or neck is at the correct angle. It has to be easy for you to press each string to the part of the fingerboard closest to the bridge.

You should be able to play each string clearly without touching other strings; otherwise, it may mean that the bridge or fingerboard needs to be adjusted. Check if the hook is tight or neck is at the correct angle. It has to be easy for you to press each string to the part of the fingerboard closest to the bridge.

1.6 Package

If you want to buy a set, check the overall quality of the bow and box consistent? Some distributors are willing to mix and match their clothing. You may find that you can buy better bows and safer boxes at a better price when not bought in a set.

If you want to buy a set, check the overall quality of the bow and box consistent? Some distributors are willing to mix and match their clothing. You may find that you can buy better bows and safer boxes at a better price when not bought in a set.

1.7 Dealer

Check merchants or stores with friends, fellow musicians, and their teacher to buy musical instruments and accessories. Be sure to check out old-for-new policies. Some stores that sell violins for beginners buy back musical instruments and use part of the cost directly to buy strengthened violins.

Check merchants or stores with friends, fellow musicians, and their teacher to buy musical instruments and accessories. Be sure to check out old-for-new policies. Some stores that sell violins for beginners buy back musical instruments and use part of the cost directly to buy strengthened violins.

1.8 Size

There are nine violin sizes. Adults (generally 11 years and older) uses a standard full-size violin. There are 3/4, 1/2, 1/2, 1/8, 1/10, 1/16 and 1/32 sized violins for children. The full-size violin is also called the 4/4 size.

There are two ways to measure young violinists. With the student’s left arm fully extended, measure from the base of the neck to the centre of the wrist or palm. If your child has a violin teacher, you may want to ask what method the teacher prefers. The size from neck to wrist will indicate the most comfortable size for students. The neck-to-palm measurement will determine the most potent musical instrument your child should play.

There are nine violin sizes. Adults (generally 11 years and older) uses a standard full-size violin. There are 3/4, 1/2, 1/2, 1/8, 1/10, 1/16 and 1/32 sized violins for children. The full-size violin is also called the 4/4 size.

There are two ways to measure young violinists. With the student’s left arm fully extended, measure from the base of the neck to the centre of the wrist or palm. If your child has a violin teacher, you may want to ask what method the teacher prefers. The size from neck to wrist will indicate the most comfortable size for students. The neck-to-palm measurement will determine the most potent musical instrument your child should play.

1.9 Strings and Accessories

For the best sound quality, if possible, beginners should start with the person (a type of nylon) or synthetic core strings. Although steel core strings are helpful for certain types of music, they are not necessarily related to the warm, rich tone of the violin. It is worth spending more money on this type of rope. Make sure you choose a bow. You will bring out the best violin and then bring it to the students. Carbon fibre composites and carbon fibre bows are very suitable for beginners because they have agility and endurance. Don’t forget the rosin. No rosin means no sound! Finally, you will need a protective case to protect and transport your beautiful new instrument.

For the best sound quality, if possible, beginners should start with the person (a type of nylon) or synthetic core strings. Although steel core strings are helpful for certain types of music, they are not necessarily related to the warm, rich tone of the violin. It is worth spending more money on this type of rope. Make sure you choose a bow. You will bring out the best violin and then bring it to the students. Carbon fibre composites and carbon fibre bows are very suitable for beginners because they have agility and endurance. Don’t forget the rosin. No rosin means no sound! Finally, you will need a protective case to protect and transport your beautiful new instrument.

2. Use Cases: The best violins for you

2.1 Which violin size should I buy?

Follow the table to find the perfect size violin for you.

Violin Size

Length (Neck to Wrist)

1/16

33.5 cm

1/10

36 cm

1/8

38.5 cm

1/4

44 cm

1/2

48.5 cm

3/4

52 cm

4/4

54 cm

Follow the table to find the perfect size violin for you.

Violin Size

Length (Neck to Wrist)

1/16

33.5 cm

1/10

36 cm

1/8

38.5 cm

1/4

44 cm

1/2

48.5 cm

3/4

52 cm

4/4

54 cm

2.2 Which violin is best for a student?

Student violins are typically made from lower quality wood and involve less handwork. Usually, these violins are made of plastic pegs and chin rests. Go for a student's violin if you are unsure of what to buy.

Student violins are typically made from lower quality wood and involve less handwork. Usually, these violins are made of plastic pegs and chin rests. Go for a student's violin if you are unsure of what to buy.

2.3 What violins do professionals use?

Professional violins are always constructed from high-quality wood and usually are hand-built by a luthier. They are finished with high-quality components such as an ebony fingerboard.

Professional violins are always constructed from high-quality wood and usually are hand-built by a luthier. They are finished with high-quality components such as an ebony fingerboard.

3. FAQs: Learn more about details

3.1 Are violin and fiddle the same?

Surprisingly the answer is "No". Although both instruments are played with a bow, the fiddle is mainly associated with a wide range of music styles, unlike violins.

Surprisingly the answer is "No". Although both instruments are played with a bow, the fiddle is mainly associated with a wide range of music styles, unlike violins.

3.2 Can violin play chords?

Although chords are possible on the violin, it is essential to note that not all three or four notes will sound precisely at the exact moment as they would on a keyboard.

Although chords are possible on the violin, it is essential to note that not all three or four notes will sound precisely at the exact moment as they would on a keyboard.

3.3 Are violin bows still made of horsehair?

The bow hair is made of a hank of horsehair. A single violin bow will use between 160 and 180 individual hair. These hair are attached next to each other to form a ribbon. Unusually thick hair and kinked hair are removed so that only straight hair is used. But these hair are picked only after the horses die a natural death. Thus, you can stay assured that no animals are harmed while making the bow.

The bow hair is made of a hank of horsehair. A single violin bow will use between 160 and 180 individual hair. These hair are attached next to each other to form a ribbon. Unusually thick hair and kinked hair are removed so that only straight hair is used. But these hair are picked only after the horses die a natural death. Thus, you can stay assured that no animals are harmed while making the bow.

3.4 Are violin and piano note the same?

The upper staff (the right hand for piano) is traditionally a treble clef, and the violin is also usually a treble clef. So the right hand of the piano will have the same notes as the violin. Well, if you can follow satb lines, you can play the notes from the piano part.

The upper staff (the right hand for piano) is traditionally a treble clef, and the violin is also usually a treble clef. So the right hand of the piano will have the same notes as the violin. Well, if you can follow satb lines, you can play the notes from the piano part.

3.5 How violin produce sound?

A bowed string vibrates and moves in a circular motion that makes the fundamental tone, while the vibration has overtones like a rippling wave. This movement of the string is transmitted to the body by the bridge to produce the sound. 

A bowed string vibrates and moves in a circular motion that makes the fundamental tone, while the vibration has overtones like a rippling wave. This movement of the string is transmitted to the body by the bridge to produce the sound. 

3.6 What violin does Vengerov play?

He is known to prefer playing Strads and Guarneri Del Jesu.

He is known to prefer playing Strads and Guarneri Del Jesu.

3.7 What violin did Paganini play?

He owned a neglected Guarneri violin from an amateur violinist. He played on this instrument for the rest of his life and lovingly called it "My canon violin.

He owned a neglected Guarneri violin from an amateur violinist. He played on this instrument for the rest of his life and lovingly called it "My canon violin.

3.8 When violin came to India?

The violin is thought to have been first brought to India in the early 19th century by the military bandsmen of the East India Company. The instrument was soon ideal for playing classical Indian music because it lends itself well to its melodic subtleties.

The violin is thought to have been first brought to India in the early 19th century by the military bandsmen of the East India Company. The instrument was soon ideal for playing classical Indian music because it lends itself well to its melodic subtleties.

3.9 Why violin is the most complex instrument?

There are several reasons for this; for instance, violins do not have frets like a guitar. Finger position has to be learned through trial and error, etc. 

There are several reasons for this; for instance, violins do not have frets like a guitar. Finger position has to be learned through trial and error, etc. 

4. How To: Tips and care instructions for violins

4.1 How to maintain a violin?

The best violin is the best-maintained violin. You must ensure that the violin and all accessories can be stored appropriately when not in use, kept at a moderate temperature and humidity, and kept clean. If you are looking for your first violin, consider the following accessories to preserve your instrument properly:

  • Case: Don’t assume that the violin you chose comes with the case. If you order “clothes”, you will receive a bow, resin, and a piano case, but if you only buy a violin, you may need to buy another piano case.

  • Humidifier: The acoustic violin should be stored at 45-50% relative humidity to avoid damaging the tonewood. If you stay in a dry place, you should especially consider using an instrument humidifier.

  • Cleaning supplies: The violin should be kept free of dust.

  • Strings: Depending on the number of times you play, we recommend changing the strings every 6 to 12 months.

The best violin is the best-maintained violin. You must ensure that the violin and all accessories can be stored appropriately when not in use, kept at a moderate temperature and humidity, and kept clean. If you are looking for your first violin, consider the following accessories to preserve your instrument properly:

  • Case: Don’t assume that the violin you chose comes with the case. If you order “clothes”, you will receive a bow, resin, and a piano case, but if you only buy a violin, you may need to buy another piano case.

  • Humidifier: The acoustic violin should be stored at 45-50% relative humidity to avoid damaging the tonewood. If you stay in a dry place, you should especially consider using an instrument humidifier.

  • Cleaning supplies: The violin should be kept free of dust.

  • Strings: Depending on the number of times you play, we recommend changing the strings every 6 to 12 months.

5. Did you know: Interesting facts, figures, and things to know about violins

5.1 The modern violin has been around for about 500 years. It is said that Andrea Amati designed it in the 16th century.

5.2 Playing the violin can burn about 170 calories per hour. Forget about exercise and start practising a lot!

5.3 Violins are usually made of spruce or maple.

5.4 Violins come in many different sizes. Typically, students will learn to play the violin from a young age using a 1/16 or 1/8 size violin. As students grow, they will graduate with the most prominent violin.

5.5 The violin is very complicated. Over 70 different woods come together to form a modern violin.

5.6 The word ‘violin’ comes from the medieval Latin ‘vitula’ (meaning stringed instrument) and gradually became the Viols family.

5.7 The world record for playing the violin is 5 hours.

5.8 The most expensive violin in the world was made by Giuseppe Guarneri in 1741. This extravagant violin is valued at $ 18 million.

5.9 A violin bow usually has 150 to 200 hair. They can be made from a variety of materials, including nylon and horsehair.

5.10 The violin string is first made from sheep’s intestine, which is stretched, dried, and twisted. Other materials for violin strings include: solid steel, braided steel, or various synthetics, wound with different metals, and sometimes silver.

5.1 The modern violin has been around for about 500 years. It is said that Andrea Amati designed it in the 16th century.

5.2 Playing the violin can burn about 170 calories per hour. Forget about exercise and start practising a lot!

5.3 Violins are usually made of spruce or maple.

5.4 Violins come in many different sizes. Typically, students will learn to play the violin from a young age using a 1/16 or 1/8 size violin. As students grow, they will graduate with the most prominent violin.

5.5 The violin is very complicated. Over 70 different woods come together to form a modern violin.

5.6 The word ‘violin’ comes from the medieval Latin ‘vitula’ (meaning stringed instrument) and gradually became the Viols family.

5.7 The world record for playing the violin is 5 hours.

5.8 The most expensive violin in the world was made by Giuseppe Guarneri in 1741. This extravagant violin is valued at $ 18 million.

5.9 A violin bow usually has 150 to 200 hair. They can be made from a variety of materials, including nylon and horsehair.

5.10 The violin string is first made from sheep’s intestine, which is stretched, dried, and twisted. Other materials for violin strings include: solid steel, braided steel, or various synthetics, wound with different metals, and sometimes silver.

6. Our Picks: How we picked the best violins

Violins are often the sweet pick to our ears. But choosing them can be challenging. You can easily get baffled by all the specifications and details involved in the structure of a violin. It is a wooden instrument and wood is the thing that primarily distinguishes one violin from another, creating a unique feel. This is what we have classified the violins based on. Here are our product reviews of 7 best violin brands to help you select better!

Violins are often the sweet pick to our ears. But choosing them can be challenging. You can easily get baffled by all the specifications and details involved in the structure of a violin. It is a wooden instrument and wood is the thing that primarily distinguishes one violin from another, creating a unique feel. This is what we have classified the violins based on. Here are our product reviews of 7 best violin brands to help you select better!

6.1 Mendini 4/4 Violin: Pick 1

  • Why?

    • The violin has got smooth and discreet satin effect and a warm and clear sound.

    • Its traditional exterior design is elegant and straightforward.

    • The Mendini MV300 solid wood violin set is excellent value for money. This makes the MV300 the best choice for beginners or students testing the instrument for the first time.

    • Note that the Mendini MV200 and MV300 have very similar specifications. However, the complete method is different, and other settings can also distinguish each person’s tone.

    • MV300 tends to be soft, and MV200 tends to have a more lively tone.

    • The spruce top is sturdy hand-carved, with maple on the back and sides.

    • The fingerboard is also stained ebony with maple, but not ebony.

    • There is an alloy tailstock on the chin frame, and four spinners are integrated.

    • This is a beginner instrument, so it is not fair to expect an expensive Toneki, but we can always hope the nails are also maple, and the rosin cake has polish on it so you can keep it from turning to dust.

  • Why?

    • The violin has got smooth and discreet satin effect and a warm and clear sound.

    • Its traditional exterior design is elegant and straightforward.

    • The Mendini MV300 solid wood violin set is excellent value for money. This makes the MV300 the best choice for beginners or students testing the instrument for the first time.

    • Note that the Mendini MV200 and MV300 have very similar specifications. However, the complete method is different, and other settings can also distinguish each person’s tone.

    • MV300 tends to be soft, and MV200 tends to have a more lively tone.

    • The spruce top is sturdy hand-carved, with maple on the back and sides.

    • The fingerboard is also stained ebony with maple, but not ebony.

    • There is an alloy tailstock on the chin frame, and four spinners are integrated.

    • This is a beginner instrument, so it is not fair to expect an expensive Toneki, but we can always hope the nails are also maple, and the rosin cake has polish on it so you can keep it from turning to dust.

6.2 Kadence Vivaldi: Pick 2

  • Why?

    • The high-quality maple body and ebony accessories make it durable. The ebony fingerboard is very dense and cannot withstand the pressure of everyday use, unlike other painted woods that erase the black shine from your hands.

    • Thanks to the exquisite drawing skills, the glossy body makes the violin sound clear, bright and grateful.

    • Uniform quality, wooden bow shape and unbleached natural hair can provide excellent bite force.

    • A complex and lightweight violin case can adequately hold the violin making transportation more accessible and safer.

  • Why?

    • The high-quality maple body and ebony accessories make it durable. The ebony fingerboard is very dense and cannot withstand the pressure of everyday use, unlike other painted woods that erase the black shine from your hands.

    • Thanks to the exquisite drawing skills, the glossy body makes the violin sound clear, bright and grateful.

    • Uniform quality, wooden bow shape and unbleached natural hair can provide excellent bite force.

    • A complex and lightweight violin case can adequately hold the violin making transportation more accessible and safer.

6.3 Juarez Violin: Pick 3

  • Why?

    • The 23-inch Juârez Ukulele is a four-string plucked instrument that is easy to learn and can also stimulate the potential of a rhythmic instrument.

    • The Sapele body and Okoume neck give you a richer, brighter sound. The rosewood fingerboard and bridge provide an effortless playing experience.

    • Aquila brand nylon strings produce a noticeable sound and protect your fingers. The chrome-plated metal tuner ensures that the tone of your instrument remains stable.

    • High-quality ABS machine head open type carved soundhole, nut and saddle.

  • Why?

    • The 23-inch Juârez Ukulele is a four-string plucked instrument that is easy to learn and can also stimulate the potential of a rhythmic instrument.

    • The Sapele body and Okoume neck give you a richer, brighter sound. The rosewood fingerboard and bridge provide an effortless playing experience.

    • Aquila brand nylon strings produce a noticeable sound and protect your fingers. The chrome-plated metal tuner ensures that the tone of your instrument remains stable.

    • High-quality ABS machine head open type carved soundhole, nut and saddle.

6.4 Kadence Vivaldi Electric: Pick 4 and Pick 5

  • Why?

    • This one is a durable and long-lasting violin.

    • The package has a bow, rosin and a hard case.

    • This violin is crafted with the utmost care and designed to keep your requirements in mind.

  • Why?

    • This one is a durable and long-lasting violin.

    • The package has a bow, rosin and a hard case.

    • This violin is crafted with the utmost care and designed to keep your requirements in mind.

6.5 Arctic Professional: Pick 6

  • Why?

    • High-quality solid wood spruce top.

    • Gold brown handmade varnish ebony fingerboard accessories.

    • It is a full-size violin with 4/4 polished steel-string due to which it is suitable for professionals and performers and people of different ages.

    • You can use it for western classical music, classical music, pop music, or pop music.

    • It is easy to hold and play.

    • The noise reduction circuit can easily connect the headphones with the appropriate jacks.

    • Entire arc, case, rosin, headphone, and jack-to-jack cable configuration is available.

  • Why?

    • High-quality solid wood spruce top.

    • Gold brown handmade varnish ebony fingerboard accessories.

    • It is a full-size violin with 4/4 polished steel-string due to which it is suitable for professionals and performers and people of different ages.

    • You can use it for western classical music, classical music, pop music, or pop music.

    • It is easy to hold and play.

    • The noise reduction circuit can easily connect the headphones with the appropriate jacks.

    • Entire arc, case, rosin, headphone, and jack-to-jack cable configuration is available.

6.6 The Violin Store: Pick 7

  • Why?

    • The violin is made up of premium wood.

    • The product is set up by great violinists, making it the best-tuned one!

    • This is your best pick for a beginner or an intermediate student.

    • A classic case and free bow accompany the violin.

    • For a perfectly soft touch, you can adjust the bridge and soundpost as per your fit.

  • Why?

    • The violin is made up of premium wood.

    • The product is set up by great violinists, making it the best-tuned one!

    • This is your best pick for a beginner or an intermediate student.

    • A classic case and free bow accompany the violin.

    • For a perfectly soft touch, you can adjust the bridge and soundpost as per your fit.