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Things to Think About Before Buying An Instrument

  • Is your child in a full sized instrument? If not, you will need to buy another as they grow.

  • Are you able to return the instrument if your child does not like the sound or feel of it?

  • Is it from a reputable company OR is it made from quality materials? You pay for what you get with instruments.

  • Make sure to buy the "outfit" not just the "instrument". This way you get a case and bow at a better price.

  • Upgrade to a composite bow if possible. They are harder to break and do not warp as easily as a wooden bow.

  • Please do not buy colored instruments. The paint changes the sound of the instrument and they are usually note made from quality materials.