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Old 03-19-2019, 07:10 PM
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It is very possible to get a decent, lifetime keeper violin for a few hundred dollars: but you really need to buy from a legit violin shop that sets them up to play well.

I have a "Rosalia" violin (China) that is a really wonderful instrument. I paid about $500 nearly ten years ago. You won't likely see one in a concert hall anytime soon, but for someone who just wants to play a little, it's all you'll probably ever need.
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