I use a Quinton model for 4 months now, and as level as its ergonomics standard, no complaints ... Front as in back, almost no adjustment to make, EQ flat in all ...
I had tried several before, but remained more easily on an acoustic violin with a sensor for both its ergonomics and design for ...
In addition to its ergonomics and sound, it is an instrument light enough (equivalent to an acoustic violin) and with very good answers ... I confess not to see particular defect ...
Value for money more than reasonable given the work, and compared to many other models, both factory as luthiers.
Do not change ...
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Ludwig Anaxème's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use this violin for 4 years now after you used a Yamaha SV110.
Having had health concerns related ergonomics usual violins, I have to change and make a violin rducation with it.
I opt for model passive 5 string.
What I like most:
- The warm sound. The best I've had as amplified. Never feedback.
- Possibility to choose the finish (including color).
- Fiddler Lger.
- It sounds as good with a violin sound with effects (distos. .. etc ...).
- It is very beautiful (APRS is a matter of taste).
What I like least:
- I do not see.
The report qualitprix seems very correct. There has only seen the prices for violins factory ... Here you have a craft performed by a luthier who is your cost.
I would do without hesitating that choice, I also often given the address of the maker to people who asked me.