Buy a good quality used violin. When shopping for a used violin blood with high quality and well-known brands. Quality violets often make the best ‘used’ violets. Even if you buy a used musical instrument, look for a full money back guarantee from the seller.
Think about the size of the violin used. Violins are available in different sizes for small children, for older children and in full size for adults. For very young children, consider getting a used violin that is a sixteenth of the full-size version. There are half sizes and three quarter violets for older children.
Get a used violin from an auction site. There are some websites, such as eBay that sell used violins through auctions. Look at the auction musical instrument listings and at bid prices. Make sure you offer a violin that suits your or your child’s needs and budget. Also, make sure that the seller has a money back refund policy.
Buy a used violin from a children’s workshop or from a music school. Look online and at magazines for ads for ‘use musical instruments’. Many times music schools and online and offline children’s music workshops deal in used violins. These violins are generally sold at great discounts in the form of retail prices.
Look at church sales for a used violin. Many of the private schools run by churches have music programs for children. Churches sometimes use violins donated by members and school members. These donations can be placed for sale at the church ‘flea markets’. Call your local church at sales times.
Violins are mostly used to play classical and jazz music styles. The violin is often used to introduce children to start playing an instrument. The violin can be purchased in many styles and sizes from the used market. Consider these tips for finding and buying a used violin for students and professionals.