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ARTALL 4/4 Handmade Student Acoustic Violin Beginner Pack with Bow, Hard Case, Chin Rest, Spare Strings, Rosin and Bridge, Glossy Blue

Price:PKR. 62,326.00 /

Asin: B073WBKHQB
Product weight: 3.09 Pounds
Product dimentsions: 23.43 x 8.27 x 1.57 inches
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About this item Solid wood material & smooth sound: handcrafted basswood top and back&sides integrate with sandalwood bow and genuine horsehair offer the violin clear and smooth sound. Easy setup for play: only the bridge need to be installed for starting the violin journey easily. Including complete beginner accessories: Bow, Hard Case, Chin rest, Spare Strings, Rosin and Bridge. Free you from finding the required parts one by one. Crafted exterior: glossy blue finish promotes your artistic temperament and increase your self-confidence. Standard full size (4/4): suitable for all the violin starters or students over 12 years old.

Item Weight
2.94 pounds
Product Dimensions
23.43 x 8.27 x 1.57 inches
ASIN
B073WBKHQB
Item model number
EUMI-VL44BU
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer
No
Date First Available
July 12, 2017
Back Material
Basswood
Body Material
Basswood
Color Name
4/4 Glossy Blue
Fretboard Material
Maple
String Material
Alloy Steel
Top Material
Basswood
Neck Material Type
Maple
Number of Strings
4
Material Type
Basswood
Size
4/4
Proficiency Level
Student
DJ
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2018

Review:0 stars The violin came defective and damged in case. Bridge did not even have slots to set the strings on the violin. Kneck broken And crooked not even attached to body of violin no tuner no rosin the few hairs on the bow already popped. box was in perfect condition Read more

Heather
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on November 3, 2019

Review:I had to return this violin for several reasons. However, I didn't have any issues with the return process. I was fully refunded within an hour or 2 of dropping it off for UPS to take. Now, as far as the violin goes; it looked really nice, but it was made of the wrong kinds of wood. When you would try to tune it the tuning pegs wouldn't stay where you put them or stay as tight. So by the time you got done tuning you would have to start all over again because they won't stay. On a good violin those tuning pegs are made of ebony wood. The pegs on this violin were made of some other type of wood and then painted black to make it look like ebony. That is why they don't stay when you turn them. I know it says that it's a violin for beginners, but I wouldn't waste the time or energy buying this violin. It isn't even good enough for a beginner. It's so much better to just rent one vs. buying this one. Even for a beginner it's no fun playing when you sound horrible. Especially when there is nothing you can do to fix it. In my town we have a rental shop and while they do have all of the beautiful and expensive violins to choose from they also started working with a company that is making less expensive violins. They started doing that specifically to combat violins like this. Their are so many people buying these to try and save a few bucks, but really they're just wasting their own time and money. It took me buying one and taking it to my local musical instrument shop before I realized just how bad they are. I hope that by sharing my experience it will save, at least a few of you, from making the same mistake I did. Read more

Lynn
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on April 28, 2019

Review:This violin is unplayable. My son took it with him to his first lesson and the seasoned instructor couldn’t even make one note. This violin is flimsy. Don’t waste your money. Read more

Brandon Gillis
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 3, 2019

Review:This is amazing! I quit playing in 7th grade (I’m 31 now) so it was great to find an affordable option to fiddle around with (pun intended). Please don’t think you can open the case and begin playing. You will have to tune the strings and rosin the bow. Reviews saying there is “no sound” so not have right strings or rosin on the bow. You have to scratch up the rosin cake and then apply really well. After doing those two things (aka follow the included directions) you will find this violin has incredible sound at an incredible price! Read more

Brian Fontenot
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on July 6, 2018

Review:I ordered this turquoise violin for a friend who has always wanted to learn to play and it seemed like a good starter. And that's what it is, a pretty but inexpensively made starter violin. The entire kit also included rosin, a tuner, extra strings, the bridge, a cleaning cloth, and a case. So, that was all well and good. But the problem I had with this violin and I'm curious if other string instruments like this have the same issue was that the sound post came loose during shipping. I didn't even know what it was at first and just assumed it was some post-fabrication piece of wooden dowel that got sealed inside the violin. I got it out easily enough and wisely did not discard it. I eventually figured out what it was while searching for how to set up the bridge. Yes, that's the other thing. You need to set the bridge. If you don't know how to do that or don't know anyone who does, be prepared to take the instrument to a professional. I ended up having to do that anyway because special tools are needed to reset the sound post. Fortunately, there was a technician at the local Guitar Center capable of doing the work and it wasn't too expensive, but nearly doubled the cost of this value violin. Still, if you like the color and just want to learn, go for it, but don't be surprised if it ends up costing you more than just the cost of the instrument. And to be fair, this added cost can be probably be attributed to even more expensive violins you have shipped. They're touchy instruments. Read more

B
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on February 24, 2020

Review:I got this as a Christmas present for my husband who played violin in highschool so I got this so he could relearn how to play it. I've seen some good quality violins and this one is definitely one of them. It's so beautiful and doesn't feel cheap at all. Please note the bridge is NOT broken and is supposed to be unattached when it arrives. And no, you don't have to unstring it to attach the bridge. (My husband did and I'm still making fun of him for it. Lol) Read more

Dulce
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2019

Review:The wax is dried crumbled And shattered into pieces , my daughter was excited to get her violin and she can’t even play it because now I have to wait to go to the store to buy her a wax Never had complaints till now And the violin we can’t get it to play right because one of the knobs is very loose and even if we tighten it loosens itself back up Very disappointed just got it today Read more

Evangeline
Rating:2.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on January 28, 2020

Review:2 stars because its more of a kids toy but not with the price. Two of the strings wont tighten anymore and keep falling off to the side and under the bridge. Paint was chipped from the bottom, couldnt play different notes, and one spare string was broken. Was not worth $60 and probably would be more like $15 because it seems like a toy. Hopefully my niece can figure something out for it if she is unable to play it, it does make pretty decor for a kids room who loves violin/music Read more

Amazon Customer
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Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 8, 2021

Review:I am currently having difficulties with re-stringing my violin. The peg for the G string doesn't work very well, leaving the string when it needs adjusting either too loose with the incorrect sound production or too tight, which then leads the string to snap, I went through 2 new strings today, then had to practise with only 3 strings in the end as it's now a problem. Please advise me what I can do to rid this problem? Success I have fixed the above problem although found another, it's ok though as I put on some insulation tape at the top end of the neck. The G string wire has worn down the wood as the string when in place is very cutting and has rubbed away and grooved the wood. As I stated I have stuck on some tape to stop the wood cutting down even further. Simply wear and Tear, if you play a lot things like this will occur. A fantastic instrument all the same. THANK YOU VERY MUCH! xxx Read more

koroush
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Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 9, 2021

Review:Ordered one for decoration only; even so, I was disappointed it wasn't already setup. The instruction notes were a bit useless and had to find a clip on youtube for help. Ended up snapping one of the strings straightaway and had to replace it. I eventually managed to assemble it and it looks good on display, but definitely not in a state to be played or even experimented by a total rookie like me. Read more

Anne Hindmarsh
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Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 7, 2021

Review:Rosin no good at all. Very disappointed Read more

Keats
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Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 15, 2019

Review:Returned the violin as the tuner was not working. Quite disappointed and in the end we bought one from a musical shop instead where they tuned it and gave good quality. Personally I would not recommend this violin to anyone. Thank you Read more

Shez
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Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 3, 2021

Review:It arrived broken completely gutted wouldn't not recommend at all. Read more