Cecilio Ebony Violin CVN-300 Outfit

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Cecilio Ebony Violin CVN-300 Review

Cecilio Ebony Violin CVN-300 Features
  • Solid spruce top with solid maple back & sides
  • Antique
  • Hand inlaid purfling
  • Ebony fingerboard, pegs and chin rest
  • Ebony tailpiece with 4 nickel plated fine tuners (Please note that the size 1/4 and 1/8 only have 1 fine tuner due to its size)
  • D'Addario Prelude Strings
  • Available in: 4/4 to 1/8

Outfit includes:

  • VNC-30C light weight form fitting hard case
  • 2 x VNB-30B Brazilwood bow and genuine unbleached horsehair
  • Extra violin bridge
  • Quality rosin cake
Available Sizes: 4/4, 3/4, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8
Just like anywhere else online, when you order a Cecilio violin, it ships directly from Cecilio's warehouse. Fiddlershop doesn't do any setup work to them.
Cecilio’s instruments can only be sold within the USA.

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EM
03/12/2019
Ethan M.
United States

Perfect for beginners

It worked right out the package and worked for a youngling

YM
11/13/2018
Yoshimitsu M.
United States

My little boy like the

My little boy like the instruments.

N
10/06/2016
norman

horrible i want a refund

horrible i want a refund the strings and bow were so bad so i had to get new ones

A
12/15/2013
Andrew

I got this

I got this about 6 months ago, and it works fantastic! Have been really impressed, however the bows that come with are really terrible, but for that money you can't lose. My mom has been playing for years and was really impressed with it also.

JB
09/24/2013
Jason Bourne

Ok I got this violin

Ok I got this violin and I would not recommend this. Let's start with the cons:\r\n It sounded next to no good and sounds so bad that I couldn't recognize what note I was playing. It has a very metallic sound and it is really prominent in the D string. The open strings sound ok but when I lay 1 finger on the string and the sound produced sounds really bad. The bow is bad. It's really bad. It doesn't properly tighten. It has loose hairs on the sides. \r\n\r\nPros ( yes there are pros):\r\nLooks good very shiny \r\nSomewhat of a good fingerboard\r\nGreat pegs and fine tuners. \r\n\r\nAnd that's it. To summarize everything you get what u paid for. I would go with the Fiddlerman's apprentice violin.

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