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Forenza Prima 2 Full 4/4 Size Violin Outfit with Ebony Fingerboard and Pegs, Lightweight Hard Case, Wood Bow, Rosin, Steel Core Strings

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Strings are the most common accessory, and a necessity. You should carry spares with you at all times; they do break you know... The Forenza Violin String Sets are constructed from a steel core that is durable & not affected by changes in humidity & temperature. They produce a warm sound and provide a good, and consistent bow response. Available in 3 suitable sizes; full size to 3/4 size, 1/2 to 1/4 size, and 1/8th size. Each is a complete set containing the G, D, A, & E strings. Remember, don’t wait until a string breaks, always carry a spare set! The Forenza Uno Series of violins, produced by Forenza, are designed with students and beginners in mind. These orchestral string instruments are suitable for all ages and abilities, making them a versatile choice for any budding musician.

Forenza Uno Series Violins are an attractive and presentable instrument that are also equipped with all the necessary features to start playing right away! They are fitted with hardwood tuning pegs and fingerboard that add a quality feel to this fantastic student model. Fine tuning is made easy with the robust integral tailpiece and four string adjusters, and the chin rest provides comfort and support whilst playing. The hardwood fingerboard and pegs provide quality and confidence whilst playing and give the violin a sophisticated look. As with most instruments in this price range, despite its Italianate name, the Forenza is made in China. The ebony used in the pegs and top nut is advertised as coming from sustainable sources. The strings are Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and fairly basic, so would need to be replaced to improve the sound, adding to the original cost.They are well known for their good tone and consistent quality. They have 3 levels of student violin, the Stentor Standard, Stentor I and Stentor II. Even for adults starting the violin for the first time, positive comments regarding a performance can be life-changing. Applause is addictive! Just apply some rosin to the bow and experience the pleasant and precise tone the Uno produces, at amazing value-for-money.

Stentor are the market leaders in the manufacture of student string instruments. They are a British company established in 1895 and with a wholly owned factory in China.

Whilst the Standard model is acceptable to start on, most teachers would recommend the Stentor I as a minimum. Solution; Forenza Uno Violin. The most cost effective and reliable starter Violin available at Normans Musical Instruments. But, we all must start somewhere. Where the violin is concerned, you do not want to be paying an extortionate amount of money in the outset. Stradivarius can wait! What you need is a good sounding, well-built and reliable Violin. Hopefully the interest will continue, and an instrument upgrade will be just around the corner (from Normans obviously!) Our bows, like all new bows, require rosin application prior to their first use. Applying a good coat of rosin is essential to produce a clean, resonant sound from the strings.

There is nothing more satisfying than hearing a school orchestra, after months of rehearsals, perform in a concert to parents, friends, family and teachers. The violins are finished in a classic rich varnish to give a warm wood colour and the fitted bridge and tensioned strings provide an easy set up. This saves time when you receive the violin and avoids the worry of putting the bridge up if you are unsure of what to do. The Forenza Prima 2 Violin (available in different sizes), has also got a fantastic specification, however, they have a more budget-friendly price. They are supplied complete with a case and bow and are becoming increasingly popular within education circles. The maintenance and upkeep of your Violin is just as important than your practice. A Ferrari without oil results in poor (if any?) performance! A Stradivarius without strings is simply a piece of wood!! StringsIn a nutshell, both brands make high quality student specification violins. The difference in price comes from one company being a well-established brand with some manufacturing differences and the other a relative newcomer trying to establish itself in the market.

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