Violin Prices

 


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Made out of wood such as maple and ebony, violin is a musical instrument that has four strings. It is usually played with a small stick called bow. It is considered the king of the string instrument family.

The standard size of a violin is usually about 14 inches long. Today, violin that ranges in size from 15-20 inches in length are available in the market. Sojing, Ibanez, Merano, Palatino, Cremona, Belmonte, Yamaha, Fender, Glaesel, Carlo Robelli, and Fishman are some of the top violin brands.

Violins are available in a variety of price range to meet your budget. A reasonably good quality violin can be bought between $100 and $3000. Violin prices depend on factors such as the instrument's age, skill and reputation of the maker, and its utilitarian value. Much of the violins price is determined by its maker. The price of a violin includes the cost of bow, case, and rosin. Around 20-25% discounts are offered on the price of violins.

Today, there are shops that sell both new as well as used violins. The cost of new violins ranges between $200 and $20,000. Compared to the cost of new violins, the price of used violins is considerably less. The price of an antique violin is highly arbitrary. Compared to used violins, antique violins are highly expensive and prices may extend to millions of dollars. Handmade violins with excellent tonal properties may cost up to $10,000. Its price greatly depends on workmanship and the quality of material used.

While purchasing a violin, it is very important to compare prices to ensure that you are getting the best possible deal. Today, there are several websites that provide guidelines in purchasing a violin. Dealtime.com, bizrate.com, pricegrabber.com, nextag.com, and calibex.com are some of the websites that allows you to compare violin prices from stores all across the web.

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