3/4 Size Violin for Student
Body 13"

Solid Spruce Top-Solid Maple Back and Sides

Ebony Fingerboard and Fittings

High Gloss Finish

Shop Setup Included

w/Case and New Bow

Plays Beautifully!

This is a Celestini (our own house brand) handmade 3/4 size violin. The body measures 13" and is intended for use by a student who is too small to handle a full size violin. Can be used for ages 10 to 15. Best to get a proper measurement from a string instrument teacher to determine the right size for the player. This model is solid wood; spruce top, flamed maple back and ribs, real purfling and a high gloss varnish finish. All fittings are made from ebony. We import these fine instruments from Asia and then completely rebuild them in our shop to the highest specifications. Fingerboards are recut, pegs are recut, new nuts, buttons, new strings and new bridges are cut from scratch to bring out the best in each instrument. This violin comes with a Brazilwood silver wound bow with real Mongolian horsehair, a deluxe case fitted for backpack straps and a full shop Warranty. Our Celestini brand violin plays with a bright clear tone. All solid wood instruments will continue to play better and better with time. This has been one of our most popular violins for elementary school and Suzuki students.

There are many great looking violins selling online for less, but our own set-up is what makes these instruments spectacular! Shipping anywhere. New York residents are subject to NYS sales tax. Thanks for looking!
Scott Russ Music

ConditionBrand New (New)
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  • 3/4 Size Student Violin
  • Warm Brown
  • 2021
Made In
  • China

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Scott Russ Music

Merrick, NY, United States
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