Opal violins are made from solid, hand carved tonewoods. It features a body constructed of maple with a spruce top, hardwood pegs pegs, a well made, hardwood fingerboard, matte finish, light colored with varnish on the entire body and along the back of the neck. It has book matched back as a solid piece of maple was used and delicately carved. It comes designed with playability in mind and includes a durable and high-quality carbon fiber tailpiece with four integrated fine tuners. It comes with a bow and a case, making it the perfect package for the student and intermediate violist. Is a intermediate version of the SV200. Comes in 1/4, 1/2, 3/4 and 4/4 sizes.
- Model: V200
- Oil varnish
- Hand carved tonewoods
- Naturally dried solid spruce top
- Wood aged 10 years
- Carbon Fiber tailpiece
- Hardwood pegs and fingerboard
- Naturally dried maple back and sides
- Includes hard foam case with case blanket
- Complete set up with ebony frog bow
Why rent when you can own?
J. Johnson –
Very good beginner violin for the price (I bought it for my kid who needed it for their music class in school.) Better than renting for $20-25/month from a music store. For an inexpensive violin, quality is very good. I just followed a YouTuber’s advice to buy a better quality rosin. I’m very happy too with the delivery and packaging. Nothing was missing or broken. ??????