Kit on Violin – Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star

Wednesday, June 4, 2014
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25 Responses to “Kit on Violin – Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”

  1. 1
    kogak Says:

    i want one of this how can i get one any one can help me ?

  2. 2
    Andrew Ahn Says:

    Huge hands!

  3. 3
    violin614 Says:

    You (the speaker here) seem to play the f# (on the e string first position)
    a wee bit sharp, according to my ear.

  4. 4
    Wishbone799 Says:

    That sounds great. 

  5. 5
    West Winds Says:

    See YouTube “thepianoinstructor” her name is Alison Sparrow, she has
    several video clips including tuning. She fabulous and you’ll just love her
    as all her students do.

  6. 6
    Shoerue Says:

    Great advice! Yes, I am an adult. So, thank you! :)

  7. 7
    takumabreak Says:

    Does anyone know what brand and model of violin he was playing? He didn’t
    specify.

  8. 8
    FugitiveCon Says:

    I have a Karl Knilling violin handmade in Germany No. 9634. Any idea what I
    could sell it for?

  9. 9
    celticfreak314 Says:

    Whoa dude…you gotta calm down…you’re way too excited

  10. 10
    Exelitious Says:

    when i started to play the violin i played on cheap rented ones but my
    teacher asked me how much was this? i answered 20$ per month(4 months) and
    her jaw popped. later i got a 4/4 violin 2000$ from my teachers ex-student
    for free. it sounded terrible. But the last violin i bought (i raised the
    money my self) was 800$ and that sounded better than my teachers 10000$
    violin.

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    inkey2 Says:

    Your best bet is to find a music shop that rents well known brands…like
    Yamaha, Suzuki, Sherl & Roth etc. Assuming you are a full grown adult, 14
    years old or older, you will want a “full size” violin, bow and case. Ask
    them if they have any used instruments (previous rental violins) for sale.
    If you want the lowest price tell them you don’t care if it’s scratched up
    and used looking as long as it plays well. You may pay a little more at a
    store but it’s worth it.

  12. 12
    Ezekiel Bryant Says:

    He made ne go to sleep

  13. 13
    trevorpinnocky Says:

    A violin is one of the most complex to make well. IMO ‘handmade’ in a
    factory setting is misleading. Handmade should mean each component
    critically selected and fashioned together by ONE, master craftsman and the
    application of details and varnish by that same maker. Otherwise it is not
    a truly crafted instrument. Buy the most instrument you can afford, not the
    least. The better you get, a lesser quality instrument doesn’t increase in
    value and also inhibits growth of good technique. Cheers.

  14. 14
    alienorbiter Says:

    I just bought a cheap 60 dollars violin. I can play Hearts and Flowers,
    which is great when i want to mock someone.

  15. 15
    da78vidsong Says:

    i have an entry level violin and it sound good for me. in my video that i
    played wieniavski romance im using that entry level. a karl hofner…
    someday i wish to have their master violin if the entry level is that good
    the master is 100 times better i think..

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    Shoerue Says:

    So how do we find this seller of yours, please? I want to try to start
    playing one. I like the celtic/county idea best. Any good leads?! Thanks!

  17. 17
    tanzlovar Says:

    Hehe. Right you are. Especially if you fiddle with it a couple hours a day :)

  18. 18
    Dylan Miller Says:

    what about a 35 dollar violin?

  19. 19
    Haley Sabai Says:

    Checkout ‘The Old Violin House’ for the mother load of cheap but excellent
    quality violins….and…..wait for it…..made in China.

  20. 20
    violin614 Says:

    Hehe yeah you’re right. That might also help!

  21. 21
    inkey2 Says:

    ten dollars was a hell of a lot of money 50 years ago. You could buy 100
    bottles of coke for ten bucks in 1962. With “new” instruments price
    definately has a bearing on quality

  22. 22
    adagio nine Says:

    I don’t know which one to buy.

  23. 23
    The Doctor Says:

    Great information. At last, someone who understands the importance of
    correct setting-up, and the potential of ‘cheap’ violins, which is every
    bit as good as those costing a lot more, and I do mean A LOT!

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    Clyde Ford Says:

    This guy is great! Basically you can buy a cheap violin, “entry level”, for
    under $230 bucks and then turn around and have a Luthier fix the key
    components and make it sound better. I certainly applaud his information,
    but custom work by a luthier is expensive and I would be better off buying
    a $500 violin and asking one to set it up for $50 bucks. (Not using custom
    tooling, just string and bridge adjustments.) Very informative though and
    not being sarcastic.

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    Ivan Ivković Says:

    Hmmm dunno.. It’s like when I started guitar I didn’t start from tuning it.
    I didn’t know what tuning was. xD I just learned a few chords, meh…

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