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Easy installation: You can easily start the violin installation journey of the bridge.
The violin has an exquisite appearance, enhances your artistic temperament, and enhances your self-confidence.
Top Material: Spruce
Bow Material: Brazil Wood
Back / Side Material: Basswood
Fingerboard Material: Ebony
Face Material: Basswood
High quality rosin
Brazil wood violin bow
Nice hard violin case
The manual book
How to choose the right size violin?
Clamp the violin to your chin and extend your left arm to touch the violin reel. If you can hold the scroll with your left hand, then this violin is for you. If the fingers of your left hand can only touch the scroll, the violin is a bit big for you. If your left wrist can touch the scroll, it means that the violin is a bit small for you.
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