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Glarry GV100 Solid Wood Violin 1/8 1/2 1/4 3/4 4/4
By B***z
Oct 27, 2023
Hello, this is a gift for my grandson, he is 3 years old, but the violin I bought him is too big, could I exchange it for 1/8?
Glarry GV101 Matte Violin 4/4
Oct 08, 2023
Got for son for his violin class and he loves it!
Glarry GV100 Solid Wood Violin 1/8 1/2 1/4 3/4 4/4
By A***e
Sep 26, 2023
My son loves his new violin. We made a pact, I teach him every day for 15 min and he learns for 15 min. It is a great father-son thing to do.
Glarry GV100 Solid Wood Violin 1/8 1/2 1/4 3/4 4/4
By C***y
Sep 05, 2023
The violin came pre-set, all i had to do was setup the bridge and tighten & tune the strings. My only complaints are that the tuner is finicky & not too accurate.
Glarry GV100 Solid Wood Violin 1/8 1/2 1/4 3/4 4/4
By J***y
Jul 14, 2023
I was super happy with the price and speediness of the delivery. This violin is for my 14 year old daughter who is a beginner, so I was looking for an entry-level, inexpensive violin to start. Unfortunately, the bow was warped and couldn't work at all. I contacted Glarry customer service. Again, they were super fast to respond and correct the situation. I will continue to use Glarry for our instrument needs!

If you are a music lover, you should like and protect your instrument. Violin strings are very important, and the violin can't play wonderful music without the strings.

Good strings should have good sound quality, fast tuning, stable pitch, good playability (fingers feel safe, strings react quickly) and long life. The strings used by different instruments are different, and the material of the strings greatly affects the tone of the instrument. The tension of the string is necessary for the string. The tension level is generally divided into five levels: ultra-low, low, medium, high and ultra-high. The higher the tension, the thicker the string. The thicker the strings, the more mellow the sound.

When you are using an instrument, you first need to learn how to adjust the strings, followed by the installation of the code and the use of the bow, especially for beginners of a musical instrument.