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Provenance: Eastern Europe
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Length of back: 31.5 cm
Year: 2005 circa
Tone: bright, warm, open
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1/2 - relatively new, cheap students violin

This small cheap 1/2 students violin is not particularly old, the violin is around 5 to 7 years of age. The violin is obviously of Eastern European origin, has, however, been set up and optimized by our luthier with a handmade bridge and soundpost and is now stringed with a new set of Pirastro strings. The violin is offered at a cheap price, a bargain indeed, undamaged and in near mint condition. A minor flaw to the varnish right side of the tailpiece is the only flaw. The violin is in fine and immediate playing condition. Its bright open sound is warm and even and not too loud.

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