Many buyers have visited us in Shanghai! This violin belongs to the Advanced Model (MV5000) of YITAMUSIC Violin Series. This is a nice violin. It's difficulty to find a high quality small size violin with nice wood and fine craftmanship as good as full size violins. Balance warm tones, best choise for your kid!
100% hand made by one maker from the beginning till the end. Well air dried maple and spruce.
High quality brazilwood bow, one case. Itamusic violin series have three levels. Best Model (Fine & Rare). For advanced students or players.This is an instrument that looks, feels and sounds just right. The traditional craftsmanship makes it a solid choice for any student.
The violins are hand made by our skilled makers, from aged maple and spruce tonewoods. For advanced to professional players. This range of violins is one of our most popular violins. It has a rich and powerful tone, and it is very easy to play on.
We are focused on getting 3 things right. Emulating the high quality standards of traditional varnishes.
This is our best models. Violins are handmade using high quality wood which has been dried for over 12 years. The craftsmanship of the instrument, the sound quality and the price offered are hard to match anywhere else. Made by our maker maker from the beginning to the end. The master level violin series achieves many highs in terms of tone and playbility: strong, resonant, mellow, quick response, balaced volume, and rich coloured overtones.
A dreamed violin at afforad price. What makes our instruments different with others? We are in this business for many years. We know the secrets and see a different story.
We can say that less than 10% instruments from China use 5+ years seasoned tonewood. We have seen more and more small factory/workshop use green wood(seasoned less than one year) due to price and time pressure.We stocked enough tonewood for at least 5 years usage. We guranttee all of our instruments use 5+ years seasoned wood. How to judge a fresh wood and well seasoned wood? Use electronic wood moisture scanner. Take your instruments to local violin shop. Warning: violins made from fresh woods have high risk of cracking, losing glue joints and neck wraping. Our instruments have better controlled plate thickness, about 5% thicker than standard thickness. The tone of our instruments will be better and better as time goes on. Some makers use overly thinned plates.
Those instruments will lost tone after several years. How to check thin/normal plates?
Use your thumb to press the areas near purfling, and you will know. Most of makers just throw factory size fingerboard on violins. They don't know those fingerboard is raw, and need to be adjusted. Ebony fingerboard directly from factory are always too thick.
The radius of fingerboard need to be checked. High spot area need to be lowered. Check the smoothnee of fingerboard surface. A light concavity is perferred.
More scoop on G string side. Less scoop on E string side. Check the thickness of neck with fingerboard.
The grooves on nut should be lubricated by a pencil. This is simple, but not everyone does it. Many violins' heel are too bulky. Check string clearance over the end of fingerboard. Bridge feet need to be fit perfectly.
Pegs need to be shaped. Make sure the taper of reamer fits the taper of shaper. Make sure pegs turns smoothly. Dentist mirror used to check the fittness of soundpost.
No minor gap are allowed. Antonio Stradivari For some 200 years, Antonio Stradivari has been recognised as the greatest violin maker of all. His developments in violin design, combined with excellent workmanship and super materials, produced instruments that, both tonally and aesthetically, have never been surpassed.
His career spanned 71 years. He was born in or around Cremona in about 1644. He has traditionally been thought to have been a pupil of Nicolo Amati. Stradivari moved to Cremona's Piazza San Domenico in 1680, and from this point his work became more consistent and more prolific.
Over the next 20 years he gradually moved away from Amati's influence, at first making violins based on Amati's model but slightly more robust in conception, and then experimenting with an entirely new form - the "Long Pattern" of the 1690s. This was no doubt an attempt to match the richness of tone that the Brescian makers of the 16th and 17th centuries had achieved. It was in 1699 that Stradivari finally found the ideal model for which he had been searching, and the "Lady Tennant" is an early example of Stradivari's so-called "Golden Period".This peirod saw Stradivari at the height of his powers, making instruments that are characterised by an increased breadth of model and flatness of arch, combined with magnificently flamed maple backs, and glorious red varnish that is one of the trademakers of his best work. We thank each and every one of you for your support and your business. Without your feedbacks and suggestions, we won't be able to improve the quality of our instruments so rapidly. Our customers are resellers, violin shops, music schools, orchestra, violin teachers, luthiers, bow makers, individual buyers etc.. In the last two years, school orders increased rapidly.
And the feedback from them is very encouraging! Don't miss our products! We are 100% sure that our products have the best price/ performance ratio and will definitely meet your requirements. Behind the scenes, the normal industry chain of maker to importer to wholesaler to retail shop effectively. Trebles the price of an instrument.
We make them and supply them directly to you. By the end of 2009, we have achieved great success on both instruments and bows.
Talking about instruments, we have developed Baroque Model, Jocob Stainer Model, Nicola Amati Model, Long Strad Model..... Talking about bows, we not only improved the carbon stick quality, but developed several new wood materials for bow making along with new bow models. It is very exciting to see new products coming on market. Yitamusic has three violin workshop centres (Liuxi workshop T series, Ma Zhibin workshop M series, Jiang linwan workshop J series, named by leading violin makers) and one bow workshop. Our makers are well respected and frequently praised for the high quality of their work.Snapshots of our violin workshops. See What Other Buyers Say About Our Products. I would really like to commend your staff for the excellent craftsmanship that has gone into this bow. Please pass on this message to your bow-maker-----------------Philip. I wanted to tell you that I have found your instruments and bows to be amazing quality for the price. Your bows are beautiful and well made, too, and would cost probably 5 - 10 times more if bought from a local music shop. I Got my bow today, I love it!!!
It's carbon fiber bow I've ever played and I played many brands in the past. Please tell the maker that he is one hell of a bow maker! "I want to tell you that this exquisite copy is one of your "Hallmark" pieces--a real "Grand AMATI in every way. In a small but famous shop in Washington, D. About 37 years ago, I looked at 3 Nicolo Amati violins in this pattern and I can tell you that your maker has captured the pure essence of the Amati House of Violinmaking at its best!
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