We all know how it is before buying your new violin, no one wants to invest in the wrong instrument. A violin should add to your music and together make a good team with you!
In our view, buying online has the facility to access endless options, which is great! This way, you are able to easily find the model you are looking for. Buying in a local shop seems safer because you see the violin in your hands, but now things have changed! You can have this experience online, too, not exactly in the same way, but technology is here to make it happen as close as possible to reality.
Feel comfortable choosing the right instrument to complement your music
With a unique experience that allows you to see, hear, and feel the instruments you are interested in buying. Along with 360-degree images of the actual instruments, you will find audio and video clips of each instrument being played. We use the highest quality recording technology available to make our customers feel as though they are sitting in their living rooms listening to their new instruments. All instruments are recorded in the same conditions: same bow (or violin in case of bows), same musician, same place, and same microphones.
Try your violin
Before confirming the online purchase, you can try the new violin at home! There are 2 ways of doing it:
- When you buy your violin from our online shop, we offer you a 30-day of trial. If the masterpiece doesn’t fit your music, you can exchange it for another violin or get a 100% refund.
- The Free Home Trial. If you are a European resident, then it’s your lucky day. All you need to do is submit the request for a home trial on the violin’s page, and then we give you 2 weeks of trial!
Most important, before you try, you must compare the instrument’s sounds.
Knowing exactly what kind of sound you want in your playing and performances can be very handy. If you don’t know, our advice is to listen to as many instruments as you can, make comparisons, and go deeper into the models’ characteristics.
To help you, there’s our comparison tool, and you can use it to find out which violin sounds better to your ears. The sound of all violins was recorded in the same conditions, with the same bow and violin, by the same musician, in the same room, and with microphones placed the same distance from the instrument.
When you are looking for a new violin, it is important to find one that will grow with you.