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Yamaha SV-130
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Yamaha SV-130

Electric Violin from Yamaha belonging to the SV series.

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malkichay malkichay

«  Not bad, but very expensive ... »

Published on 04/09/12 at 23:46
I use it when the noise level makes use of a micro impossible. For a good acoustic sound, nothing beats a good mic, in my opinion.

The violin is adequate at best. The ankle is plastic, the bridge is an Aubert, the strings original cast. For repair or customization, not worth thinking about. Bar, the tailpiece and chin rest are specific to the violin, not possible to put other. The key is ultra thin, posing a problem for its rectification. The false splint is fragile ...


The sound is fairly homogeneous, soft, not as loud with a piezo for acoustic violin. It is easy to play. It is light and 2 reverbs are built of good quality, but consume a lot. Beware of batteries! Little breath.

How would you rate the quality / price? With experience, you do again this choice? ...

A violin very expensive and not built to last. I bought it because I could try it (not easy to find an electric violin in a store) and that was really shit Stagg. Between two evils ...
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