Gloss Spraying Colour Violin Outfits GVT015CC

Gloss Spraying Colour Starter Acoustic violin
With Triangle Foam Case,Wood bow and Rosin
Colour: Green,Black,Red,Blue and Yellow
Size: 4/4-1/16
Model : GVT015CC


Aiersi Brand Color Quality Starter Plywood Violin

Model: GVT015CC

Top : Laminated maple
Back&side: Laminated maple
Color:different colour
Finish:with painted binding
Painting:Gloss spraying finish

Fingerboard: Red hardwood
Tailpiece:Black Metal tailpiece with 4 tuners
Pegs:dyed wood

Additional information

Colour Plywood Violin

Black Colour GVT015CC, Blue Colour GVT015CC, Green Colour GVT015CC, Red Colour GVT015CC, Yellow Colour GVT015CC




Triangle Foam Case ,Violin Bow & Rosin


Black ,Yellow,Green,Blue,Red


81.5*29*16 CM

Gross Weight



Our Capacity:
MOQ:10 pieces
Lead Time: 5-35days (It depends)
Production capacity:6000pieces/month


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Questions and answers of the customers

  1. A Yes it is. Beautiful for a child.
  2. A To find out the correct size you need, you will have to measure the player’s arm length from neck to mid-palm with his/her arm is fully extended and raised perpendicular to his/her body, just like holding a violin. Here's the chart for the Arm length vs the sizes: 23" => 4/4 22" => 3/4 20" => 1/2 18 1/2" => 1/4 16 1/2" => 1/8 15" => 1/10 14" => 1/16 13” => 1/32
  3. A It does stay in tune. Mine does anyway. Everything on it fits and works properly it
  4. A I am sure some people may use it as a toy, but my 7 year old daughter uses it to take violin lessons weekly and has been since January. It is not as sturdy as a more expensive violin, but works for us as a beginner instrument.
  5. A It's good for any beginner! I am 18 and I just started and I'm a bit late in the game but! Yes, in my opinion I think it's great! I bought this violin knowing nothing about this instrument and I picked a great choice!
  6. A Children typically use smaller string instruments than adults. Violins are made in so-called fractional sizes for young students: Apart from full-size (4/4) violins, 7/8, 3/4, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/10, 1/16, 1/32 and even 1/64-sized instruments exist, although these smaller sizes are highly unusual and usually custom-made. Extremely small sizes were developed, along with the Suzuki program, for violin students as young as 3. Finely made fractional sized violins, especially smaller than 1/2 size, are extremely rare or non-existent. Such small instruments are typically intended for beginners needing a rugged violin, and whose rudimentary technique does not justify the expense of a more carefully made one. While related in some sense to the dimensions of the instruments, the fractional sizes are not intended to be literal descriptions of relative proportions. For example, a 3/4-sized instrument is not three-quarters the length of a full size instrument. The body length (not including the neck) of a full-size, or 4/4, violin is 356 mm (about 14 inches), smaller in some 17th-century models. A 3/4 violin's body length is 335 mm (about 13 inches), and a 1/2 size is 310 mm (about 12 inches). With the violin's closest family member, the viola, size is specified as body length in inches or centimeters rather than fractional sizes. A full-size viola averages 16 inches (40 cm). Occasionally, an adult with a small frame may use a so-called 7/8 size violin instead of a full-size instrument. Sometimes called a lady's violin, these instruments are slightly shorter than a full size violin, but tend to be high-quality instruments capable of producing a sound that is comparable to that of fine full size violins. I don't know the correct answer and since I am an adult I use the 4/4 size without any problems. I believe the choice of violin size depends on the age and physical condition of the child. If the child is young and small start with half size violin and so on until the child grows and can handle bigger violins. The problem is if the child grows rapidly, the smaller violins will become useless. Consult with the music teacher. The above is the reference from Wikipedia.
  7. A This violin is made exactly like the professional orchestral violins. It is not a toy and for others who tell you it is they know nothing about violins. I ordered mine and it was hand made bueatifull and the sound was very nice.