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The tonal quality produced by your violin has a lot to do with the way it is constructed and the materials that comprise its creation. Therefore it’s easy to say that the quality of the instrument has a large impact on the sounds it’s able to generate. However, there are many things that you can do as a violinist to improve the tone of your instrument. The way you play has at least as much impact on the tonal quality of your violin (if not more) as the instrument’s tone woods and joint construction.

Why Your Violin Does Not Work/Produce Sound?

Often times, we receive buyer's email saying

"The violin is defective, it is not working."

"My violin is not making any sound."


Your violin surely will not product any sound, because:

1. Every violin we sell is brand new, never been played before.

2. Your bow has not been rosined, why we know that? refer to reason 1*


How to Purchase the Right Violin Bow --- 4 Tips You Must Know

Choosing a good violin bow is essential but can be very confusing as well. Before you step into a violin shop or hit the buy button, there are a few factors you should consider first.

7 Steps to Distinguish Between Violas and Violins

The Violin and the Viola are both members of the string instrument family, they look quite similar and are both held under the chin and played with bows.

While the two instruments look alike and in fact are close cousins, there are quite a few differences that make them stand out from each other with equally strong and unique voices.

So let's check them out!


Violin & Viola & Cello Size Chart

"What size violin should I get?" Here is the answer!

*Approximate sizing and measurements. Exact size/dimensions will vary from maker to maker. Note that 1 inch = 2.54 cm