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Crescent 4/4 Full Size Student Violin Starter Kit, Black Color (Includes CrescentTM Digital E-Tuner)

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  • Full size 4/4 violin in Black
  • Maple back and sides with solid spruce top
  • Alloy tailpiece with 4 fine tuners
  • Perfect for the Beginner Violin Player or anyone interested in starting the Violin
  • Includes bow, rosin, carry case (interior case color may vary), Crescent Digital E-tuner (E-tuner color may vary)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 23 x 3 x 10 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B0017O2IIU
  • Item model number: VL-BK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (207 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #622 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 10, 2005

Product Description

This beautiful natural wood violin in Black from Crescent is the perfect way to get your young one started in learning the basics of violin play. Features a smooth glossy finish, Crescent brings back value to music once again. Don't overspend for a beginner instrument. Get started learning without breaking the wallet!

This beginner kit includes bow, rosin, case (interior color may vary). Bridge is not set up to prevent damage in transit.

Also for a limited time, receive a bonus CrescentTM Digital E-Tuner!

Customer Reviews

The sound quality is great and it was very afforable!
Wyneisha Webb
It can be fun for a student to play with who is not serious, but is not playable as an instrument for someone who really wants to learn.
CB
This violin can't stay tune; the tuning pegs don't stay in place.
CastThyBacon

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

338 of 345 people found the following review helpful By Robyn on July 18, 2006
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I ordered this violin on a Sunday evening and recieved it the following Saturday at 9am with the cheapest shipping.

This is, well, a cheap violin. You're looking at it because you're interested in getting a cheap violin. Why? I thought of the following:

Decor, prop, for a child, to find out if you hate or have an unknown untapped talent for the violin, you think it will be fun, but don't want to spend a lot of cash on a whim.

I'm kind of the last two, and I don't have piles of cash lying around. So I figured I can afford that, if I hate it then hey at least it would look pretty in a room of my house somewhere.

So yeah, it arrived timely. The case... is cheap. There's like some glue on the felt in spots, wooden debris, the outer material feels a bit flimsy, but it's a case, and it will suffice. It actually looks soft-sided but it's firm. I kinda like it. My interior was red, not the tan.

Setting up the bridge is really easy. I'm not sure why people complain about it in these reviews (like for other colors). I never had a stringed instrument before- it took a couple minutes. I will explain it here to help future customers so that they needen't google all over like I did.

The bridge is that piece that goes under the strings that aligns them in the right shape and provides tension. If you look at the violin on the sides of the strings you see those holes that look like f. Those are the F-holes (not kidding). At the cross in the f is where the bridge goes. First, slacken the strings a bit. I did this because people said they broke them. Then put the bridge on its side under the strings so that when you stand it up the tallest part is on the fattest string.
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105 of 119 people found the following review helpful By L. Nevin on July 20, 2006
I purchased this violin on a whim when I was reminiscing about playing as a child. It is a terrific price (cheaper than most toys...or at least the same price as a meal out with the family...) and comes with everything I needed to get started. I was pleasantly surprised that it came well packed and within the suggested time. I was also able to track the item through UPS. I panicked at first because I could not get any sound to come out of it and thought I had been sold a piece of junk. I went to the internet to see if I could figure out what was wrong and found that I needed to attach the bridge that was in the accessory compartment of the case. It was much easier than I thought. I found a great website that explained it all to me [...]and also has free beginning lessons and other important information that I have already found helpful. The other crucial key to getting sound from the violin is to have the bow rosined properly. (You also need to tighted the bow with the little screw at the end so that it is taunt) To get the rosin to work, sand the shiney surface off the top with some sandpaper and then rosin your bow, otherwise the rosin will not deposit on the bow. Once I did these things, I was able to get great sound out of my new violin....Notice - I said sound, not music! That will hopefully come later!
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50 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Araya on January 7, 2009
Ok, first I recommend to buy some extra stuff with this violin to set it up correctly. I've been playing violin now for 18 years and I know that the violin isn't very confortable without a shoulder rest. So I RECOMMEND to buy a good one, for me the best shoulder rests brand is "Kun".

Then I recommend to buy 4 fine tuners to tune the violin easier and you'll see that fine tuners will help a lot in the violin tuning and it's more important if you're a begginer.

And now let's talk about the violin..As the first thing..Dont expect a Guarneri with this purchase but by the way it comes to a very good instrument so far if you can take care of it and you can play it good and give it maintenance. It has a great sound and it's good if you are learning to play violin because in some years you'll need a better violin.

It's a great instrument for learning
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59 of 71 people found the following review helpful By A.L.F. on July 14, 2006
I've been interested in playing the violin since about the age of eight, I am now nearly sixteen and decided it's about time to play. I did not start in earlier years because violins are regularly rather costly. Out of curiousity, I began browsing Amazon's selection of violins and stumbled upon this specific violin set. It is a great price, a beautiful violin and a wonderful set for a beginner. I ordered this violin on the 5th of July, I was told it would arrive between the 13th and the 18th. It came today, which is the 14th, quite a timely manner and in perfect condition. The violin was just like the picture, I am not at all disappointed. Though I have to say, I had an issue with one of the strings which broke on me while I assembled the bridge, which comes unassembled and without instructions. Being that I've never seen a fully assembled violin with my own eyes, it was a bit of a challenge to figure out how to assemble it. I at first thought the strings go through the holes that are on the bridge, but quickly realized my mistake: that the strings go on top of the bridge, fitting perfectly into little wedges you notice when paying great attention to detail. I only wish that there were included instructions about how to install the bridge onto the violin, or at least an extra set of strings. However, once you get the hang of it, it's a piece of cake.

All in all, I cannot thank you enough for this beautiful violin! I would highly recommend this violin to people just becoming familiar with the violin. I would gladly buy a instrument made by the Violin Factory again.
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