While looking for an instrument for themselves, a lot of people often face a dilemma: spend more on a better instrument, or rather save some money and buy a cheaper one. Perhaps, you are looking for a violin for your child and you do not want to overpay as your child might resign from playing after a month long practice? Probably, everyone who would like to buy a violin asks themselves this question.
In our workshop, we observe the reactions of young people when confronted with good-quality instruments, and looking back, we draw an important conclusion: when they experience a better quality instrument (with better tone, more comfortable to use, and with better response), they are more enthusiastic and eager to practise. Getting used to such an instrument is of great importance because it develops sensitivity. A young person does not have to struggle with the instrument (which may lead to the ‘killing’ of sound).
If you have a serious approach to musical education, it is recommended that you find the best-sounding and comfortable instrument.
Choose an instrument which suits your needs.
In our workshop, we help our clients to find and match an instrument to their needs. If needed, we let our clients borrow our instruments to consult them with their teachers and try them out in a convenient location.
Exchange your instruments for some higher-class ones.
In our workshop, we follow the principle that you can exchange the instruments you bought from us for some other any time you want. This way, you can start from a cheaper instrument to later gradually progress to higher-class instruments.
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