Renowned Classical Instrument Purveyor Fiddlershop Delivers an Exciting and Informative New Infographic Entitled “Parents’ Guide to Buying a Violin for Beginners”

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Infographic released by Fiddlershop is geared towards parents whose children are ready for their first violin

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While the company offers a deep assortment of orchestra-worthy stringed instruments for sale, it also appeals to parents of young kids who are just starting out and are in search of a good quality beginner’s violin or other instrument.

Fiddlershop, the family-owned musical instrument business located right between Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale in Southeast Florida, has created quite the following among its domestic and international clients. Thanks to the company’s deep selection, low prices, and “tuned and adjusted” and ready-to-play preparations made right before shipping, Fiddlershop appeals to those who place emphasis on value and convenience when shopping for an instrument. Fiddlershop sells a wide range of violins, violas, cellos, double basses, electric violins and violas, and a host of accessories related to stringed instruments.

While the company offers a deep assortment of orchestra-worthy stringed instruments for sale, it also appeals to parents of young kids who are just starting out and are in search of a good quality beginner’s violin or other instrument. Parents of these budding musicians want to know all about the instrument their child will be playing, and they’re always interested in finding the best instrument for their money. The latest infographic released by Fiddlershop, Parent's Guide to Buying a Violin for Beginners, is geared towards parents whose children are ready for their first violin, and the in-depth look at the instrument and compelling infographic visuals combine to deliver a comprehensive buyers guide for those new to the instrument.

Readers can expect to learn about conducting a visual inspection of the instrument - including the body, fingerboard, scroll and peg area, bridge feet, sides of the violin, and even string spacing. Considerations like the tightness of the woodgrain are important, too, as are the actual wood types used in the construction of the instrument. Another key consideration that is covered in the infographic is which size of violin to purchase based on the age and arm length of the child. Common accessories are also discussed, as are the pros and cons of buying in a physical store versus online. The infographic by Fiddlershop is intended to help parents of young kids find the perfect violin based on several factors discussed in the infographic, and to do so at the best price possible.

About Fiddlershop

Fiddlershop is a family-run business, run by Pierre Holstein (known to all as Fiddlerman) and his son Michael Holstein. The ultimate goal at Fiddlershop is connecting musicians of all ability levels with high-quality instruments at affordable prices. The company is so passionate about teaching others to play the violin that it dedicates a fair share of its revenues to maintaining a popular free website that teaches visitors how to play the violin. Fiddlerman has over 30 years of professional playing experience in both the US and Europe and brings his passion and expertise to Fiddlershop each and every day. Fiddlershop employs a diverse and talented group of master Luthiers (makers of stringed instruments) who create stunning, one-of-a-kind instruments in house and help tune and perfect each instrument that leaves the building.

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Michael Holstein
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