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Violins and Violin Cases/Strings/Bags
Fiddle or violin? Perhaps both. “Fiddle” has a generalized meaning and can refer to any bowed string musical instrument, or any instrument played with a horsehair bow. Even the cello is sometimes called “the big fiddle.” While a violin is sometimes referred to as a fiddle, it’s also a specific instrument, and its musician may be known as a violinist, or a fiddler.

Yamaha Violins
Lewis Violins
Strunal Violins
NS Design Violins
General Violins
Bellafina Violin Outfits
Florea Alexandria Violin Outfits
Florea Recital II Violin Outfits
Florea Persoana Violin Outfits

Model 360 Violin

Bellafina Electric Violin String Sets
Bellafina Electric Violins
Bellafina Violins
Florea Prodigy Violin Outfits
Violin Strings
Strunal Violin Outfits
Strunal Concert Violin Outfits
Violin Mutes
Bows
In music, a bow is a shaped stick, typically fitted with strands of hair from a horse’s tail. When moved across a stringed musical instrument it causes vibration on the strings, which produces sound. Made from pernambuco wood or carbon fiber, bows vary in size and length and are used for the violin, viola, cello and double bass. A bow maker is called an Archetier.

Glasser Bows
Glaesel Bows

Glasser Bass Bows
Bellafina Bass Bows
Glasser Cello Bows

Bow, Batons

Bellafina Viola Bows
Bellafina Cello Bows
Glasser Viola Bows
Bellafina Violin Bows
Glasser Violin Bows

Violas
Between the violin and the cello, the viola is the middle child of the violin family. It is of larger size and of deeper pitch than the violin and it’s usually equipped with thicker strings. The musician who plays a viola is a violist, and he’ll need to move his bow across the strings a fraction of a second faster than his neighbor the violinist, because the viola “speaks slower” than the violin.

Violas
Chin Rests
Shoulder Rests
Bellafina Viola Outfits
Strunal Concert Viola Outfits

NS Design Electric Viola

Front

Bellafina Electric Violas
Bellafina Violas
Florea Recital II Viola Outfits
Florea Prodigy Viola Outfits
Florea Moldavia Viola Outfits

Strunal Viola Outfits

Batons/Metronomes
Before the first modern baton was designed, conductors used to use a violin bow or a long staff or even a rolled up piece of paper, to direct music. While some conductors still choose to use only their hands and animated gestures, many who do use a baton consider it an instrument in its own right. Professional conductors may even have their own custom-made baton. In general, batons are made of wood, fiberglass or carbon fiber, and their length varies between 10 and 24 inches.

Batons
Mollard E Series Batons
Mollard S Series Batons
Mollard P Series Batons
King David Batons
Selmer Fiberglass Batons

Bow, Batons

Donato Batons
Grover Trophy Batons
Sonor Chime Bar Sets

Metronomes
Tuners

Cellos
The cello has the distinction of being described as the closest sounding instrument to the human voice. With four strings tuned in perfect fifths, the cello is the bass voice of a string quartet. The cello can be a solo instrument but is also a standard member of the string section of an orchestra. It is the second largest bowed string instrument. A musician who plays the cello is a cellist.

Florea Prodigy Cello Outfits
Engelhardt School Model Cellos
Bellafina Electric Cellos
Engelhardt Economy Cellos
Tailpieces

Humidifiers
General Cellos

cellos

Cello Bridges
Bellafina ChinCello Outfits
Florea Timisoara Cello Outfits
Bellafina Cello Outfits
Florea Recital II Cello Outfits
Bellafina Double Bass Cello Outfits
Strunal Cello Outfits

NS Design Electric Cellos
Bass Oufits
Standing at near six feet tall, the double bass is the largest bowed string instrument in the symphony orchestra. It is also the lowest-pitched, its strings usually tuned to E1, A1, D2 and G2. The double bass is a transposing instrument, which means that written notes are read at a different pitch and will sound one octave lower on the double bass. The musician playing a double bass is called a bassist.

Florea Recital II Double Bass Outfits
Florea Lupeni Double Bass Outfits
Strunal Double Bass Outfits

Engelhardt Double Bass Outfits
Engelhardt Double Bass

NS Design Electric Double Bass
Mandolins
The mandolin is a member of the lute family, which means it is an instrument that is plucked or strummed. Its teardrop shape may feature scrolls or other projections, with a round or oval sound hole bordered with rosettes or purfling. Modern mandolins have four pairs of strings plucked with a plectrum. A person who plays a mandolin is a mandolinist.

Fender Mandolins
Weber Mandolins
Rogue Mandolins
Washburn Mandolins
Ibanez Mandolins
Mandolin Strings

mandolins

Michael Kelly Mandolins
Kentucky Mandolins

Epiphone Mandolins
Michael Kelly Mandolins
Gibson Mandolins
Breedlove Mandolins

 
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