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Carved from solid tonewoods
Made to correct specifications
Black hardwood fingerboard
Composite tailpiece with integral adjusters
Lightweight shaped case
Coloured wood bow
When you hear a piece played by the violin, even if the player hits every single note right, it sometimes sounds like it is lacking something, that is the violins fault. A violin is called a fine instrument for a reason.
There are only a few working parts but they are so co-dependent upon each other to work perfectly in harmony.
A good violin will play fine, it will stay tuned, it will look good and even have a measure of durability.
The craftsmanship of the violin makes it great. Luckily Stentor has managed to perfect the art of craftsmanship while maintaining fair and very reasonable pricing.