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Mendini Solid Wood Violin with Hard Case, Bow, Rosin and Extra Strings (4/4, Antique)
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- Solid wood violin spruce top, maple back, neck and sides with beautiful finish
- Alloy tailpiece with 4 built-in fine tuners
- Brazilwood bow with unbleached genuine horsehair
- 1-Year Warranty: Each instrument is tested at Cecilio's factory overseas and are tested again in their local warehouse in Southern California. Each instrument comes with a 1-year warranty against manufacturer’s defects and are serviced locally. If you have any questions, feel free to reach us by message or our toll free number to contact our support team.
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Mendini MV300 Violin
The Mendini MV300 violin has an impressive quality for the price, and is a remarkably affordable option for students who have never played the violin before and want to try it out for the first time. The MV300 produces a warm and clear sound that is simple and easy to work with, and comes with an outfit that provides students with everything they will need to get started. Both of our Mendini MV200 and Mendini MV300 violins have the same specifications and quality, but they differ in the type of finish used and the character of sound each one produces. The MV300 has a mellow and warm tone with a soft satin varnish finish to match, and the MV200 has a bright and vibrant tone and finish.
How to choose violin sizes
Violins are available in 8 different sizes: 4/4 (also called full size), 3/4, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/10, 1/16 and 1/32. Size 4/4 is the biggest and size 1/32 is the smallest. All adults, regardless of their size, use the size 4/4 violin.
To measure what size violin best suits you, you need to know the length between your neck and the middle of your left-hand palm (when your hand is fully extended and raised perpendicular to your body, just like holding a violin). Most of the teachers prefer students to use the length from the neck to the wrist for measurement instead of the neck to mid-palm approach. The violin size determined by the neck/wrist approach would be the size that is more comfortable for students to hold. The violin size determined by the neck/mid-palm approach would be the biggest size students should use. The following table lists the length of each violin size. Find your length using your preferred approach and use that to determine the size of violin to get.
If you have a teacher, you should ask for your teacher's recommendation. If you don't have a teacher, we would recommend using the neck/wrist approach for students not using full size; for students who are deciding whether to used size 3/4 or size 4/4, use the neck/mid-palm approach. This is because it is always better those students feeling comfortable holding and playing the violin. However, while deciding between size 3/4 and size 4/4, if neck/mid-palm approach allows for size 4/4, then buying a size 4/4 is more economical since you don't have to buy another bigger size violin later. This is completely based on economical consideration. You should still decide what best suits your need.
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Mendini violin is completely hand-carved with a solid spruce top and maple back and sides. It is fitted with a maple fingerboard, pegs, and chin rest, and an alloy tailpiece with four integrated fine tuners. This violin includes a lightweight form fitting hard, a Brazilwood bow with unbleached genuine Mongolian horsehair, an adjustable shoulder rest with soft foam padding & soft rubber feet, rosin, bridge, and an extra set of violin strings, making this package ideal for beginners.