Buying an Inexpensive and Affordable Violin for Sale
If you need a beginner or student violin and you find yourself limited in your instrument choices by your budget, don't worry, you're not alone. Many musicians of all levels and abilities sometimes find that they must buy a violin that is not their first choice because of its cost. Fortunately, that no longer has to be the case; modern craftsmen like Vasile Gliga are producing affordable violins without compromising the quality you need for a certain performance level, making the violin buying process much easier for everyone. His instruments are made employing the same techniques that the ancient masters used to build their instruments, but their price tags that won't drain your bank account.
Many musicians continue to buy into the belief that a new violin is always a cheap violin, not just in price but also in quality, and try to stay away from the inexpensive new violins available on he market. We've often heard people looking for "old French violins from the '40s, in the $5,000 price range", but not knowing exactly how to explain the rationale of their choice. Many people simply believe that old violins are better, without questioning. There is some degree of truth attached to this belief, but most of it is just a myth. For those who cannot afford or do not want to purchase an authentic old instrument, new violins can be just as good if not better than vintage relics. If you are among those looking for an inexpensive violin that sounds as good as it feels to pay for it, Gliga violas, violins, cellos, and double basses may be just what you need.
Gliga violins are handcarved from the same flamed maple and Carpathian spruce of the Transylvanian "Italian Valley" that ancient Italian masters favored for their creations. Gliga bases the design for his affordable violin line on the violins of the two most revered masters of the past, Stradivari and Guarneri. For those who desire the look of an ancient violin, Gliga also offers antiqued instruments that feature a unique aged finish. An antiqued violin for sale has the same high-quality sound of a non-antiqued model and is made with the same highly resonant woods.
From the Gliga Maestro and Gama versions for the advanced professional player to the Gems and Genial lines for intermediate and beginner students, all Gliga instruments are handcrafted in the Romanian workshops of Vasile Gliga in Reghin, Romania. Every Gliga violin on sale on the ViolinsLover Shop's site is depicted exactly as you will receive it upon purchase. We offer a 7-day trial period on all of our instruments and a 7-day money back guarantee if you are not satisfied. Gliga Violins USA's number one priority is not just to make a violin sale but to make sure you get the instrument that fits you best! We want you and your loved ones to have a lifetime of musical enjoyment from your Gliga instrument. So next time you want to give the gift of music don't just buy any cheap violin when you can get both a great price and exceptional quality with a Gliga.