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Florea Recital II Violin OutfitThe finest value for the budget-conscious beginning student with genuine ebony fittings. Hand-carved spruce top, maple back, sides, and neck; 4 fine tuners built in to the composite tailpiece; Brazilwood bow with natural horsehair; lightweight case with backpack and shoulder straps. Amazingly rich sound.
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I just purchased this violin last 2 weeks.I'm just the beginner so i don't have knowledge about this instrument.Well,when i first got it.It smells very strong( new violin ).smelling is not the problem cause it disappeared after than like 1 week.Then I tried to tune it but the strings arenot durable enough.They are broken.So I brought it the music center in my town.She said that just looking,she already know how bad the strings are.So I decided to spend 35 bucks for strings.Then the bridge is kinda weird and not appropiate located.but it's working.The case is the one that i'm concerned now.I 'm thinking about buying new case but i need to make sure it's the best thing for me.I think for the beginner this violin would be fine cause you gotta spend some money for fixing when you break cause you are the beginner.
I bought a 3/4 size for my daughter. She has a full size suzuki at home already but that was a little bit too big for her, so we were looking for a inexpensive 3/4.
Don't expect too much from $99 outfit.
We notice the chinrest was really really high.
It looked like a joke.
It was so painful that we had to take to the local music shop to replace it. we also had to change the strings to the better quality ones.
Plus we use the better rosin than the one came with the violin.
After all the work was done, its sound is okay.
Do I recomend this product? Maybe yes. But just expect some adjustment and extra spending.
I have bought almost 30 of these for our school. Our orchestra teacher has been satisfied with them and the instruments have stood up for 3+ years of heavy use. As other reviewers have noted, the cases are not durable, some showing significant wear. Zippers, compartments, and straps have failed on many of the cases. I have also had 3 bows disintegrate. However, the price point on these instruments allowed my school to establish a flourishing orchestra program.
I purchased a 3/4-size Florea Recital II and returned it a few days later. The many structural defects (as pointed out by a reputable luthier) were overwhelming (badly twisted neck, cracked fingerboard, big lump in the fingerboard, wood-filler flaking away between neck and fingerboard, etc.). The E-string was totally unplayable. I'm reasonably sure that all of the Florea Recital II violins wouldn't be this bad, but if you buy one, be sure to have it checked out by a luthier! And plan on having the bridge replaced as soon as possible -- not enough arch on the original. And peg drops are going to be a MUST!!
If there's any way you can afford a Knilling Perfection II or a Bellafina (I think the Bellafina model number is 50), either would be a much more satisfactory choice!
On the positive side, WWBW handled the situation to my complete satisfaction, and I still love shopping there!
Those who are looking for valued violin for your novice students, take this. Good enough for the beginning study, and cost performance is excellent. The playability and sound are reasonable. I bought 15 so far, and my students make great ensemble with the violins. A few warnings though: 1. rosin doesn't come with the outfit, 2. craftship of the case is a little poor (handle and neck strap), 3. it's better to know how to adjust the bridge (not much problem for the experienced teachers), and 4. you may want to file or apply a drop to some pegs to prevent them slipping. Obviously those are minor issues, and I bet you and your students can enjoy the violin very much.
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