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purchase violin from amazon

Discussion in 'General Chat Forum' started by sbbird99, May 6, 2012.

  1. sbbird99

    sbbird99 Member

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    my daughter have been taking Violin for 2 years now and I am thinking about to get a violin for her instead of rent from the instructor ($30 per month). I looked at Amazon and found many violin cheaper between $59 to $189. that was in my budget. any suggestion? have you every purchase one? some brand is Suzuki (which costs.. $370).. my daughter just changed her size from 1/8 to 1/4. i think this size she may use about 2 years or 3 years.. .before move up to the bigger size.. please advice.
  2. Chsalas

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    I've only bought support equipment for my guitar online, including amazon. If you know exactly what your daughter needs or wants I would do it. Go to the music store, try out various models she might use, and gather your research and look online, but be specific, exact model numbers etc. you might find it cheaper, but if it's wrong or not exactly what your daughter wants, it might be a hassle to return. You can do your hands on a the brick and mortar store, and they may even meet the price your find online, I know guitar center does, maybe the other music stores around here will do the same, or at least come close. By the time you add shipping or whatever it may be a closer price. Good luck and its awesome that your promoting music for your child!
  3. PDILLM

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    As a person that sells alot on Amazon, I can offer that you have a very liberal return policy at your disposal. All merchants that sell via the site have to take returns as long as it is with 30 days. Some require you to contact them first and get a RMA, but if you run into any problems just contact Amazon directly and you will get your money. Amazon is very good in this regard. I've been screwed a few times by a few customers and there isn't much a seller can do about it.

    If you buy from Amazon or its direct seller, any product over $25 has free shipping. I'd follow the advice of the rpevious poster, but have confidence in your purchase and return!

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