Choosing an electric violin from the many available models can seem like a daunting decision-making process. There is a huge range of prices, shapes, colors and features that can be enough to make anyone’s head spin! Not to worry…Electric Violin Shop is here to radically simplify your choice by showing you how to narrow down your selection based these key considerations:
- What is your budget?
- What do you need (or want) out of your electric violin?
- What is your tone preference?
- What are your look, feel and style preferences?
By addressing this handful of considerations one by one, you can quickly narrow the selection of electric violins to a small number of instruments that fit all of your requirements. We are always available to assist you along the way and can be contacted at 866-900-8400 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
String players are used to intonating their pitch by ear relative to other pitches they are playing, however when you take up a fretted instrument, pitch becomes absolute. This takes the guess work out of finger placement on the fingerboard, but without properly intonating, you'll find even well-tuned open strings impossible to play in tune on across strings and up the fingerboard!