Most of us are familiar with Chinese makers such as Yitamusic who sell reasonable-quality acoustic violins direct through trading platforms such as Ebay (and there are endless debates about what "reasonable" actually means).
However, has anyone had a good experience with Chinese (or other low-cost) makers of electric violins?
Clearly many of the big US or European makers sub-contract their production to China, but I have not seen as many examples of direct-from-maker sales for electric violins.
There are clearly lots of very low quality electric violins out there, but would be interested to know if there are any Chinese makers with a good reputation for this kind of project.
Sadly a UK-designed electric violin such as the Bridge is currently out of my budget (as I'm currently saving for a viola). I'm considering an NS-Wav though.
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