#1
So I've decided I'm going to start to learn violin. Is the brand/make important when it comes to violin? If so, what would you recommend? I'd like one that's pretty decent quality, so that way once I start getting better I wouldn't have to upgrade immediately. Since I'm just starting, I wouldn't want to buy anything really expensive, so I'd be willing to pay anything under $150-$200.

Thanks
Last edited by ItsOnlyGNR at Jun 22, 2010,
#2
You do realize this is a guitar site.

I would check out ultimate-violin.com. Good luck.
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You do realize this is a guitar site.

I would check out ultimate-violin.com. Good luck.


You do you realize that people are capable of knowing more than 1 instrument.
#4
Play the violin ItsOnlyGnr...play it forever.
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#5
If you can't afford a Stradivarius, you can always get the Starovarius.
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You do you realize that people are capable of knowing more than 1 instrument.


You do realize that this is the internetz, and it's serious business. You should be thanking me for the free bump.
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#7
And I don't recommend going the cheap route. Give someone a cheap guitar to learn on, and they will quit more times than someone with a good instrument.
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Idk anything about brands but you're better off getting lessons than trying to learn it yourself, so I hear.
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And I don't recommend going the cheap route. Give someone a cheap guitar to learn on, and they will quit more times than someone with a good instrument.

why would you spend a shitload of money on something there's a 50/50 chance you'll stop doing?

get an affordable one to start and if you decide you wanna stick with it, spend the money on a nicer one.
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Because playing a shitty guitar sucks - the tone, the frets, the tuners. If I start with a shitty guitar, I'm not going to like it for those reasons. It's like a $250 guitar - not an accurate representation of what cars are like.
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Because playing a shitty guitar sucks - the tone, the frets, the tuners. If I start with a shitty guitar, I'm not going to like it for those reasons. It's like a $250 guitar - not an accurate representation of what cars are like.

i started on a $99 guitar and tbh, didn't realize that it was that bad, becuase i was a begginer.

after a while, when i realized i wanted to keep with it, i went out and spent decent money.

had i decided to quit, i only would have been out $99. if i bought a $600 guitar from the start, i'd have been out $600.
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^ eh, I would recommend buying a used instrument (better to get a quality instrument used than a shitty new one) and then if you decide to sell, sell it used for the same amount or a little less and you wouldn't be out much.
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^ eh, I would recommend buying a used instrument (better to get a quality instrument used than a shitty new one)

this is actually probably the best route. affordable quality is always best
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