Price: I prefer to own my instruments as opposed to rent them, provided I can find something in the price range of a rental or not too much more, figuring I can probably resell the instrument when it is no longer needed
It's a great instrument though, with good sound quality.
There is a decent quality bow, a nice case, and a decent instrument, all cheaper than renting for a year
don't go too cheap or the instrument is almost useless.
we don't know how long she'll be interested in violin, so we didn't want to spend a lot of money but we wanted a decent instrument.
It has a good quality bow for a student violin and it does come with rosin, which is OK in quality, but I did end up purchasing rosin on the advice of other reviewers because why not, I have $2 to spare
I give it 4 stars because the first violin arrived with a bad bow and a bad G string.
The bow also came in very mishandled with quite a few horse hairs undone
The case is very nice, but when opened, it reveals a magnificent violin and bow; outstanding workmanship, not only on the instrument, but the inside of the case, as well
The Bow and case are also very nice and it also comes with a block of resin for the bow.
More about Cremona SV-130 Premier Novice Violin Outfit - Sparkling Blue - 4/4 Size
SV-130BU Series Sparkling Blue Violin Outfit 4/4 Size
Cremona has always been a pioneer when it comes to making quality violins to meet the demands of the growing student violin population
While focusing primarily on quality and to meet the best value for the player, the Cremona SV-130 Premier Novice Series violin was developed
Whether the student is in the earliest stages of the learning process, or well on the way to more advanced training, these violins featuring USA-made D'Addario Prelude strings, the educator's preferred string for students, will perform well beyond their price
Each instrument is setup to Cremona standards at their U.S