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Cremona SV-1260 Maestro First Violin Outfit - 4/4 Size

Price:PKR. 276,517.00 /

Asin: B000VAVJCM
Product weight: 1.05 Pounds
Product dimentsions: 23.5 x 8.25 x 3.75 inches
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SV-1260 Maestro First Series Violin Outfit 4/4 Size. "The one-piece, highly-flamed back on every Cremona SV-1260 Maestro Violin Outfit must be seen to believe. Only the finest select woods are chosen for production of each instrument to enhance the already amazing tone of these superb First violin outfits. Finished with a traditional spirit oil varnish and Hill-style Boxwood trim, this violin is as pleasing to the eye as it is to the ear. Each instrument is setup to Cremona standards at their U.S. workshop."

Item Weight
1.05 pounds
Product Dimensions
23.5 x 8.25 x 3.75 inches
Country of Origin
Item model number
Date First Available
August 21, 2007
Back Material
Body Material
Color Name
Fretboard Material
String Material
Perlon cores aluminum wrap
Top Material
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Material Type
4/4 Size
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on January 4, 2016

Review:This is a beautiful violin with great fit, finish, and attention to detail. Loved the look of the boxwood fittings. I was looking for an instrument with a darker sound, so I returned it, but being hand made, that's the chance you take. Also possible the sound post had just moved during shipping as the strings were pretty loose and the bridge had moved. Read more

Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2015

Review:Good sound, and very light violin. NICE! Read more

J. Bentley
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on October 10, 2007

Review:This tuner functions perfectly in environments with ambient noises that are loud and random. It's perfect for outdoor performance warmups. I've also used it in other ways. This particular band I'm teaching (brass, with some woodwind work) tunes extremely well by ear. During pre-show or pre-rehearsal warmups I put the section in an arc around me and randomly select a student to provide the reference pitch (Bb concert). I then attach the tuner to their instrument, show them how to read it and have them sweep across the arc 4 times while sounding the reference pitch. Since the student can see the tuner while sweeping across the arc, they can hold the pitch steady for the rest of the arc to hear. In addition, the students in the arc can play, if they wish, to match their pitch to the student sweeping the arc. Since the tuner in unaffected by all of this, the student sweeping the arc can still provide the correct tuning reference. Even the weakest, least experienced players are able to keep the pitch steady enough for reference tuning purposes. The piccolo players especially like it when I let the section leader "wear" it on her instrument during marching rehearsals and she can constantly monitor the tuning of the section. I highly recommend it to anyone working in the marching music arts. Read more