Fine used violins by French violin makers with Certificates of Vatelot-Rampal Luthiers Experts.
If you’re looking for advice on how to buy a violin or how to choose a violin that is right for you, you’ve come to the right place.
Remember that a violin is an investment. If you only consider the price tag without looking at the long-term benefits, you might end up with an instrument that resembles a toy more than a quality violin.
If you’re able to save up and spend a few hundred extra dollars, you’ll likely thank yourself down the road. And fortunately, while you’re saving or deciding which violin you want to go with, you’ll have some other options to get you started.