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Stagg EVN 4/4 Electric Violin Package with Case

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Product Description

The ultimate violin! Play this solid body electric through headphones or an amplifier. Also features 4 fine tuning knobs and an onboard 2-band EQ.

Stagg EVN 4/4 Electric Violin Features:

  • Solid bodied lacquered maple
  • 4 fine tuners
  • 2-band EQ & volume controls
  • internal headphone pre-amp
  • standard 6.3 mm output jack
  • 3.5 mm headphone mini output jack
  • Soft case comes with straps, bow, rosin, stereo headphones & 9 V battery

Product Specifications
Stagg EVN 4/4 Electric Violin Specifications

  • Scale length: 395 mm / 15.5 inches
  • Total length: 590 mm / 23.2 inches

Package includes: Soft case, straps, bow, rosin, stereo headphones and 9 V battery.

Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
Phone:  (615)793-8787 Warranty: 
AB from South Carolina
Playability and Feel
Enjoying this violin!
Would you consider this product to be made well? How dependable?
Violin seems to be very well made. I really like the glossy finish. This is my first violin so I can't really compare it physically to other violins as far as quality goes.
How has it stood up over time?
I have only owned it for about a month but seems well made enough to last a long time with proper care and maintenance.
Your general opinion of this product.
It seems to be a great instrument! Comes with an instrument cable, headphones, 9V battery, case, bow, container of starter rosin and a velvet-like polishing/beauty cloth. I would advise people to be very careful when trying to adjust the headphones. I did not realize only one side moves for size adjustment and broke mine in half right out of the box. It's OK though. I just use the ear buds from my smartphone instead. They're more comfortable anyway. The micro tuners at the bridge are stiff at first but through more usage they will become easier to turn. This is probably either due to tight threads or maybe too much paint/anodizing on them. They will become easier to use over time I'm sure.
Playability and Feel
How does it feel, Heavy, Fast, Chunky? How was the neck? Are the controls easy to get to while playing?
This violin is extremely light. A 16oz soft drink feels like it weighs more than this violin. The controls are in a good location and the headphone & MP3 jacks on the back are convenient.
Bright and snappy? Dark and smooth? Were the pickups hot, mellow, thick, thin?
This is my first electric violin (first violin ever actually) but the tones I get from it sound very nice when the violin is played properly. I feel the best sound results from having the volume slider at about half or just above and then adjust the bass/treble sliders to taste.
How did the stain or paint job look?
The Sunburst version I got appears a bit more orange than the photo here on AMS does but it is still a very good looking color and and is glossy. Not a mark anywhere on the violin.
How was the action out of the box?
The action out of the box was a bit frightening but I attribute this to my not being familiar with the instrument or how it is packed for shipping. When I opened the case the bridge was not in the slot where it should have been and one of the overly loosened strings was actually beneath the fingerboard. I feared it had been damaged in shipping until I realized the bridge was not in place to protect it and the strings during shipping. Once I tightened the strings and put the bridge in its proper location all was wonderful. Use any clip on or in-line tuner.
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