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Let's get started by taking a close look at the Mendini MV300 Solid Wood Satin Antique.
The challenger is the Fiddlerman Artist Violin.
|HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON|
|Mendini MV300 Solid Wood Satin Antique||Fiddlerman Artist Violin|
+ Unbleached horse-hair bow
+ 1 year warranty
+ Includes lightweight hard case
+ Great entry-level price
+ Extra strings included
+ High-quality craftsmanship
+ Made from solid wood
+ Phenomenal sound
+ Ebony fittings
|WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT|
|Quality entry-level musical instruments can be extremely hard to find, especially since it’s difficult to use quality material and still have the price of the sales stay low. However, Mendini has managed to marry those two concepts together. They have violin outfits both for adults and children, and in plenty of colors. This will certainly attract any enthusiastic child or adult ready to play; being able to customize your Mendini violin is a definitely must for many people! Cons: - May need to be tuned daily||After decades of experience, it’s hard not to trust such an accomplished artist as Pierre. He ensures that each violin is crafted to its best standards and the violin outfits are hand-made by in-house luthiers. No violin is shipped in, they are all crafted with love and care, and that’s why the Fiddlerman Artist Violin is one of our favorite instruments. Cons: - Expensive violin for a student|
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