4/4 Flamed Maple Violin
    Product # 609610
    4/4 Flamed Maple Violin
    Product # 609610
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    4/4 Flamed Maple Violin

    With its Carved Solid Spruce Top, Flamed Maple back & sides, and Ebony appointments, the Monoprice 609610 4/4 Flamed Maple Violin looks as good as it plays!

    Why buy your band instruments from Monoprice?

    Many school band directors reflexively dismiss band instruments made in China, preferring to point parents to the entry-level instruments from the major brands. This ignores the fact that the entry-level instruments from the major brands are also made in China!

    The country of origin therefore is NOT an indicator of the quality of an instrument and whether it will sound and play properly. One of the best indicators of an instrument's quality however, is how well the company stands behind their instruments.

    Monoprice stands behind EVERY product we sell with a 30-day money back guarantee. If for any reason you are unhappy with your purchase, return it within 30 days for a full refund.

    Additionally we stand behind every instrument we sell with a 1 year warranty. If the performance of the instrument changes over time, if you notice a problem that you didn't notice before, if it breaks from normal use, simply return it and receive a new replacement in exchange.

    So do not be dissuaded by naysayers, who admittedly have not tried Monoprice Pro Audio products! You can purchase with total confidence that your investment will not be wasted and that the investment will be considerably less than if the instrument wears a major name brand logo.


    • Ebony fingerboard, chinrest, and pegs
    • Flamed Maple carved back and sides
    • Perlon strings (synthetic Gut) – Longer life, better tuning, projected tone
    • Hygrometer built in case
    • Includes 4 Fine Tuners
    • French made Aubert bridge - Warmer tone
    • Case will hold multiple bows for different playing styles
    • Includes Rosin and case shoulder strap

    7 Reviews

    95.71% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Great Violin, Especially for the Price

    • Cameron Evesque Davis,
    •  Chicago, IL 
    • 9/16/2016 7:55:16 AM

    Pros: Good sound
    Comes with a case
    Bow is decent
    Price is amazing

    Cons: Case has no room for a shoulder rest. Not mine at least, so I have to carry that separately.

    So I bought this as a secondary violin, something I could take camping or something if I thought there was risk of it getting damaged. It's solid. Sound is pretty good, comes with rosin, a bow, a case, and four fine tuners. It's pretty amazing. And the price is just fabulous.

    I also bought it for the case, because my main violin's case is falling apart. The case is great, lots of storage, but no space big enough for a shoulder rest. That's my only complaint.

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    amazingly good for the price

    • bhr,
    •  New York, NY 
    • 9/14/2016 4:28:28 PM

    Pros: Great value.

    Violin came ready to play ... with decent bow, rosin, very nice case (except for non-working hygrometer ) that seems very secure and protective . Case has straps that allow for carrying over shoulder or as backpack
    Violinbe has rich, pleasant tone, pegs easy to turn (+ fine tuners on each string).

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    Great Sounding Violin

    • T D,
    •  Plantation, FL 
    • 8/9/2016 11:38:18 AM

    Pros: Cannot beat the price or the quality, similar to the Monoprice guitars, which I have much more experience with. My friends all joke that I only play Monoprice instruments, as the Fenders and Gibsons sit in the closet!

    Cons: E-String broken.

    Great sounding violin, and the price cannot be beaten. It plays well, sounds good, and comes with everything one needs. My only complaint is that the E string came broken. I guess this is to be expected with standard shipping, as such an instrument cannot sit without tension on the strings. Even with this mild inconvenience, I would buy again in a second.

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    Best money ive ever spent

    • Yousef,
    •  Westland, MI 
    • 3/12/2016 1:37:12 AM

    Pros: Great case, great sound, really cheap

    Cons: Bow isnt the best. Hairs dont seem flat. Maybe after prolonged tension they will flatten out.

    I played violin in high school and i always thought mine sounded like garbage. My parents had paid $300 for it. When i saw this violin on sale for $80 and monoprice singing its praises for the quality of the sound, i had to do buy it. Especially with monoprice saying they would accept a return if i was unsatisfied. ive had nothing but good experiences with monoprice products and customer service so far so i was confident in making this purchase.

    So let me get onto the product itself. It came in a beautifully constructed case with leather handles and a nice deep red felt interior. It came with rosin and a shoulder strap tucked away in its nice big compartments. Finally i have a case that fits my shoulder rest easily!!! The case also has humidty gage embeded in it. As you can tell i was very impressed with the case, especially since i paid $80. But lets movr onto the instrument to see if the sound was everything monoprice said it would be.

    First thing i noticed was the quality if the pegs. They turned really smooth and stay really well. My old violin pegs wouldnt stay put unless you were really digging into it with pressure. Great contrast for me in this regard. I found the quality of thr bow to be lacking as the hairs were not flat even after tightening. I suppose maybe they will flatten out after prolonged tension.

    When i first started playing i was amazed how well the sound resonated. It is very warm sounding. My old violin was harsh and nasal sounding. And to think i paid 1/4 of what my parents paid for my old violin. Definitely recommend this.

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    Solid Beginner Violin

    • Anonymous,
    •  Lake Forest, CA 
    • 11/18/2015 9:14:05 PM

    Pros: -great craftsmanship
    -superior parts-Aubert bridge, strings, bow, etc.
    -nice warm tone

    Cons: -none

    got this violin for my daughter who is beginning in violin. it is perfect for her needs. case, bow, quality, and sound are all good. i can't complain.

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