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Different violin types [message #83650] Tue, 04 October 2016 03:59 Go to next message
sawyer25  is currently offline sawyer25
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How hard is it learning to play this instrument and how many different types can be found? I get confused with the different violin sizes or once it can't be held by hand, it ceases being referred to as a violin?
Re: Different violin types [message #83665 is a reply to message #83650 ] Wed, 05 October 2016 14:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
bcharlton  is currently offline bcharlton
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When I am attending a concert and the guitarist is really playing his instrument well, I always get a bad feeling since I had every chance to learn, while growing up and seeing my father play the guitar.

I just know of one violin type but I think it is such an interesting instrument that's easy to master.
Re: Different violin types [message #84083 is a reply to message #83665 ] Tue, 13 December 2016 03:58 Go to previous message
Ssal  is currently offline Ssal
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I beg to differ. A violin isn't really that easy to master compared to other instruments out there. I have tried to learn how to play a few different instruments, and for me the easiest was the piano.
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