$67 Violin Review – Mendini MV300 FANTASTIC!!

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– To see the MV300 live in action: https://youtu.be/UGk7ztsOqeI
– The song Im playing is from this book: http://goo.gl/n2LxsY
– Here is the video tutorial: https://goo.gl/C8vEDK
It’s from a whole series of books called, ‘The Simply Series’ containing 5 books each with their own theme; Simply Gypsy, Simply Country, Simply Jigs & Reels, Simply Jazz, Blues & Rags and Simply Romantic. You can purchase the series here: http://goo.gl/LFWQNa

Purchase the Mendini MV300 here:
🇺🇸Amazon.com: http://goo.gl/ERfYhF
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🇺🇸BELOW are violins on Amazon.com I recommend for USA🇺🇸
(UK🇬🇧 people scroll down).

MY TOP 2 VIOLINS FOR BEGINNERS TO START WITH.
YOU WON’T GO FAR WRONG WITH EITHER OF THESE:
1. Stentor II (1500): http://goo.gl/FCa2b
Stentor II (1500) violin review: http://bit.ly/2d8hadr
2. Cecilio CVN 300: http://goo.gl/viikfN
Cecilio CVN 300 video Review: http://bit.ly/2dp02Oo

REALLY GOOD BUT CHEAP STARTER VIOLINS:
Mendini MV 200: http://goo.gl/Uk08SA
Mendini MV 200 video Review: http://bit.ly/2dhTV2j
Mendini MV 300: http://goo.gl/ERfYhF
Mendini MV 300 video Review: http://bit.ly/2drtINu
Mendini MV 400: http://goo.gl/UhSn7f
Mendini MV 400 video Review: http://bit.ly/2cZ3EGL
Mendini MV 500: http://goo.gl/q6ZE3N
Mendini MV 500 video Review: http://bit.ly/2cPHGa9
Stentor 1 (1400): http://amzn.to/2hHXY4A
Stentor 1 (1400) video review: https://youtu.be/xFFC7Ni4rqg

SLIGHTLY BETTER VIOLINS FOR BEGINNERS:
Cecilio CVN 100: http://goo.gl/ZfH0Xv
Cecilio CVN 100 video Review: http://bit.ly/2csh6kc
Cecilio CVN 200: http://goo.gl/uDc4ZX
Cecilio CVN 200 video Review: http://bit.ly/2cYO9jL
Cecilio CVN 300: http://goo.gl/viikfN
Cecilio CVN 300 video Review: http://bit.ly/2dp02Oo
Stentor II (1500): http://goo.gl/FCa2b
Stentor II (1500) violin review: http://bit.ly/2d8hadr

FOR THE INTERMEDIATE PLAYER:
Cecilio CVN 400: http://goo.gl/MzM7Kh (this is discontinued now).
Cecilio CVN 500: http://goo.gl/K0f2tx
Cecilio CVN 500 video Review: http://bit.ly/2dhtZze
Stentor Graduate (1542): http://amzn.to/2hJClpp
Stentor Conservatoire (1550): http://amzn.to/2iBmuc1
Stentor Conservatoire (1550) video review: http://bit.ly/2hK4Lhn

FOR THE MORE ADVANCED PLAYER:
Cecilio CVN 600: http://goo.gl/gpt71v
Cecilio CVN 600 video Review: http://bit.ly/2dhsUaV
Cecilio CVN 700: http://goo.gl/c9OXpU
Cecilio CVN 700 video Review: http://bit.ly/2cUt78p
Cecilio CVN 800 – This one is excellent, but I can’t find a link.
Cecilio CVN 800 video Review: http://bit.ly/2cZ4qDN

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🇬🇧BELOW are violins on Amazon.co.uk I recommend for UK🇬🇧:

MY TOP VIOLIN FOR BEGINNERS TO START WITH IS:
Stentor II (1500): http://goo.gl/U4LCc
Stentor II (1500) violin review: http://bit.ly/2d8hadr

REALLY GOOD BUT CHEAP STARTER VIOLINS:
Forenza Prima: http://goo.gl/9DpLB9
Forenza Prima video review: https://youtu.be/CykG5J_3Sh8
Stentor 1 (1400): http://amzn.to/2iBil82
Stentor 1 (1400) video review: https://youtu.be/xFFC7Ni4rqg

SLIGHTLY BETTER VIOLINS FOR BEGINNERS:
Forenza Secondo: http://goo.gl/1jT6R0
Forenza Secondo video review: https://youtu.be/IKHmN7AUjtk
Stentor II (1500): http://goo.gl/U4LCc
Stentor II (1500) violin review: http://bit.ly/2d8hadr
Stentor Graduate (1542): http://amzn.to/2i2Uo5X

FOR THE INTERMEDIATE PLAYER:
Forenza Series 6 violin: http://goo.gl/Mg3gzj
Stentor Conservatoire (1550): http://amzn.to/2hHYJdZ
Stentor Conservatoire (1550) video review: http://bit.ly/2hK4Lhn

FOR THE MORE ADVANCED PLAYER:
Forenza Series 8 violin: http://goo.gl/qvzSIb
Forenza Series 8 video review: https://youtu.be/RdBgwayn1lI

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VIOLIN COMPARISON VIDEO REVIEWS:
Stentor I v’s Stentor II (1400 v’s 1500): http://bit.ly/2hIduxo
Mendini MV200 v’s Mendini MV300: http://bit.ly/2i33MXh
Cecilio CVN100 v’s CVN300: http://bit.ly/2iraclX
Cecilio CVN100 v’s CVN200: http://bit.ly/2ivV7gZ
Cecilio CVN400 v’s CVN500 Violin: http://bit.ly/2iBpsNG
Cecilio CVN600 v’s Cecilio CVN800: http://bit.ly/2iBx5DH
Cecilio CVN 600 v’s 700: http://bit.ly/2hIa2Ti
Cecilio CVN 700 v’s CVN 800: http://bit.ly/2j0EZaq

Comments

Dæmon Græyson says:

I was wondering if you have been able to get your hands on a 3D printed violin? My old high school is thinking of getting them (because the regular ones are too expensive for a small country town that has only 150 kids and who’s parents are already having to buy other instruments for their average of three kids) and if they do I can get one from them because I graduated last May.

Daniel Almaraz says:

I just got mine in the mail. The not staying in tune problem in not string stretch, the pegs don’t fit right. The nut is cut wrong, two of the fine tuners were rattling around in the case and I had to re-tap the holes they fit into. Luckily, being a guitar player and being skilled at guitar repair, I can fix this violin. However, a beginner student might not have that advantage.
To be fair, I can get some nice tones from the instrument, but to anybody reading this comment I would advise you to spend a bit more money and get something better, because having a shop set up your MV300 plus the cost of the violin itself would equal a better violin to start.

Shandel Phipps says:

Hi there, i am currently looking at this violin on amazon.

Ziad ElSherbiny says:

fitness or pheonix violin ?

Zoya lone says:

I love violin to play

Katherine Kennedy says:

These don’t stay in tune! The peg wholes need to be redrilled by a luthier and get proper fitting pegs. A beginner would be frustrated with any instrument that doesn’t stay in tune! You get what you pay for. I can’t believe someone who plays so well would recommend this to anyone!

Ziyad Al Ajaji says:

Most cheap instruments is good for the first time but it will deteriorate after a while

SongHanEulzz says:

First, I would just like to say, Thank you so much for your help. It’s been years and I still watch your videos. I currently have a Keyboard(It’s okayish), a flute(okayish), and I have a school rented Violin. I’ve been playing the Violin for almost 2 years and would like to finally buy myself one. Back when I was a beginner, I was dumb enough to buy a 50$ White Violin from an online shop I have never heard from called Tmart. My mom will not let me buy one online ever since… but this time I have a chance because I have money and it’s Christmas. I just have a few questions.

1. For a 12 Year old Boy in Middle School Orchestra, would you think it will be good if I play it in the Orchestra?

2. Has It Broke? Im SUPER scared that it will break in days like reviews on Amazon have said.

3. I have never tuned with the Pegs because I one time Popped off my A String and I have always been scared… Any tips on tuning?

Thank You Again! I absolutely love your channel!

Cue Zephyr says:

If that’s roughly halfway a hundred, I wonder what halfway a grand will get me. 🙂

Shandel Phipps says:

I am looking for advice in terms of what size to buy. I am an adult 30 years old. i look forward to your response.

KidOfTheStars says:

Hi! l fell in love with the instrument violin a while back, I really want to get started with it, could you tell me how I could get a hold of one of these if i live in Lithuania?

Joseph Brand says:

I got this one about a month ago. Thankfully, the amazon listings include other finishes, so I was quite pleased with the way it looks, along with the price. Since I’ve had it, I feel I’ve improved my sound, and I’m pretty satisfied with it. Since I’m in college (and obviously broke), I probably wouldn’t have been able to learn violin without getting this one. Thanks for the review!

Areez Khan says:

I really really really want to buy this violin but sadly the sellers don’t ship to my country

The ID Squad says:

its. use origiginal strings? because i want to buy it

seraph127 says:

Thanks for having the courage to say that a cheap violin can be okay for a beginner on a budget. It seems a lot of other string players are convinced that not only will a cheap fiddle not be suitable for a beginner but will actually cause their fingers to rot and their breath to stink 😉 I certainly get that a better axe will cost mo’ money and one will want to trade up in time , but I, for example, live in Podunk Buttcrust and there is not a luthier or instrument rental outfit nearer than a 2-hour drive and I do not have $500-$1k to plunk down. I’m looking to get started on viola, and I’m relying on the generosity of my dad for a low-price one for Christmas. But I’d rather start somewhere than not start at all. I just need a fiddle that will not scream like am angry cat or fall apart at a glance. Anyways, thanks for your informative review and for giving us po’ folks permission to play with big toys 🙂

ObsidianFyre says:

I bought one for my son, and one for myself. Mines purple. I love it. Its amazing.

carrie coman says:

Thank you!

Nessa Franta says:

Wish I would have known this before I bought a $1,000 viola,,,

Dæmon Græyson says:

My grandmother (who was awesome enough to spend a thousand on a car for me that’s not junk out of her own pocket while she’s having major financial trouble also) just said that she loves this violin and she will try to buy me it and it’ll be in the color purple (which is my absolute favorite) all by Christmas.

Destiny wzw says:

Where can I buy it from so it will be delivered to the united kingdom? I went to the link and it kept saying it dosent ship to the united kingdom :/

Anchesenamon Sims says:

I was just wondering what violin you normally play. Do you have one that’s made for you especially?

Areez Khan says:

I’m on a dilemma with this one and cecilio CVN100.can you suggest me which ones better

Joshua Marsh says:

omg someone has this in my class

paw101 says:

How did you purchase these US violins to test in the UK? If I check the Amazon links they don’t ship to the UK. Thanks in advance!

Sophia Shakti says:

it sounds terrible

judôê Flutā says:

But the g string easily breaks

Angel Peluche says:

you are ugly

Alberto Morales says:

i play alto sax,bari sax,soprano sax, and tenor sax and im going to try to play violin know

alex carter says:

That finish is great – get out the paint pens!

Cazzie Bliss says:

I’m considering learning the violin. I remember as a child I really wanted to learn but my parents wouldn’t allow but now I’m an adult I keep being drawn towards a violin for my instrument of choice. I’m looking for a cheap violin in case it ends up feeling wrong to me, so should I get it as a complete beginner?

Olivia Murphy says:

where do you live?

Krystal Cooper says:

hi! can I paint my violin? truly? if so, awesome!!!!

Sara Mumith says:

I have question (I’m a nood sorry) but where can you find strings for the violin to make it sound better

Jared Caulfield says:

2:31 I thought she was gonna play the Star Wars Yoda Theme hahaha damn, 🙁

Abdessalam Sy says:

wtfff it costs now in germany about 230 euros

britany beal says:

I have watched so many of your videos! I love the tutorials!! do you have tutorials for electric violins?

Brooke Ellen Marie says:

Gonna get mine soon!!!

Leana Drane says:

I have this Violin in Purple, I had trouble with the strings slipping. However, our music store in town was very helpful. I am wondering if I could replace the strings to get a richer tone, I did change the bow and that helped. Anyway, for the price you can’t beat it. It was a great one to start out on to see if I would keep my interest and I did. I am ready for an upgrade, but don’t have a clue what to buy. The next one I get will be more expensive.

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