greetings from Indonesia!
this is my very first post,
let's just get to the point, I've interested to buy a new violin for myself after a hard time with ploghing my chinese made student violins, then i'm thinking about getting a better one, one that suits, at least for 10 years,
my special considerations for purchasing is the patterns, purflings, finishing type (i love antique style a lot! especially the flamed one!), and of course, the type of wood it was made of.
but i need a hand / your advices for my purchase,
personally i like the Yita's T-20 violins, but after thinking a bit again, i'm switching side to Gliga's,
my questions are, have anyone ever played or compared "GLORIA 1" violins with their so called advanced "Genova 3" violins? their price differ quite much for my budget,
i want to know whether their sounds differ in quality as worth as it's price differences (nearly twice as much)? (gloria at 350$ and genova 3 at 680$)
i know Genova's offer more sheer antique style, colour beauty but don't want to spent more bucks for it if it sounded the same as Gloria's! (maybe for their handsign too make it more expensive though, LOL'!)
or maybe some have even compared with with Yita's T-20 version?
(my budget is about 700-800$ max)
any feedback would be appreciated!
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