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Tips for Selecting and Purchasing a Violin
Violins make beautiful music and the following are some tips on violin selection and purchase, so you can too can play beautiful, classical music.

Tip #1: Consider the Advantages of Buying a Violin
Violin rental can be an appealing prospect, especially if you are new to the instrument and want to test it out for a little while. Be careful, though. Renting a musical instrument may seem to be the better deal, but those periodic payments add up quickly. After about one year of renting a violin, you could easily have spent just as much as it would have cost to buy the instrument outright. If the violin is for a child, though, rental may be the best option. Children will grow out of violins as quickly as they grow out of shoes.

Tip #2: Look for Good Craftsmanship and the Correct Size
The first thing that will draw your eye to a particular instrument will be its aesthetic qualities. It may be a simple southern fiddle or an elegant concert violin. Regardless of its design, always check the quality of the work. The instrument should be free or cracks and major blemishes, particularly on and around the bridge and neck since the strings cause so much pressure there. When gently pressed, it should not creak or groan. Don’t forget to purchase the right size violin for you or your child. There are eight main sizes of violins, and you should measure from the palm of the extended left hand to the neck to determine the size you need.

Tip #3: Always Test an Instrument Before Purchasing It
Any instrument should be tested before it is purchased. If you are unsure of the sound while you are playing, ask the dealer to play a short tune for you. Listen carefully. The violin’s tone should be clear, and the instrument should respond well to quick movements of the bow. Make sure your violin of choice has a pitch that suits you. Don’t forget to ask about return policies – or even their trade in policy in case you decide on another instrument in the future.

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Some professionals work with classical instruments like violins. This can be a fun and interesting field to be employed in. Some other stringed instruments you may encounter in this business include the cello, viola, and even the acoustic guitar. As you may know, the violin in particular is played with a bow, and harmonic sounds are made when the bow rubs against the four strings. Some musical experts work in instrument stores and shops to sell and repair violins. When you deal in classical instrument sales, you may handle both new and antique instruments at times.

It is helpful to have a broad knowledge of music if you work in this business. Some experts may even acquire a degree in music from a university. When dealing with violins, you can basically sell them to individual buyers, give lessons as a private tutor, or specialize in violin and cello repair. Some of the products and accessories you may deal with in this field include replacement strings, violin cases for storing the instrument, sheet music, bass cellos, and classical antique violas. If you teach the violin to students, you must advise them to be careful with these wooden instruments. With great care, these violins will last a long time. It is also important to teach your students how to properly tune the violin, and store it in a case with the bow when it is not in use.

When you deal in violin instrument sales or teaching students how to play this string instrument, you will work with all kinds of people from beginner to advanced level violin players.