Violin Neon Green Outfit


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This Neon Green Violin Outfit is called Galaxy Ride.
Featuring sci-fi design is a trip into the future, with its bold design!
It is meant to be played!
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Violin Neon Green Outfit


Galaxy Ride Violin featuring sci-fi design is a trip into the future, with its bold design!
Above all, and with a modern, cutting-edge design, and our proprietary technique to apply the design used to maximize the beauty of sound a visual appeal our violins resonate with today’s music scene while offering quality that can be counted on!   
  • The statement-making bold design looks and sounds great on stage!
  • Black Glitter body
  • Solid Spruce top, Maple back & sides
  • D’Addario Prelude Strings
  • D’Addario Rosin
  • Black Carbon Fiber bow
  • Fine Tuner Tail Piece
  • Quality Carbon Fiber Bow with mother of pearl detail
  • A quality-shaped violin case, carrying straps, 2 pockets
  • Each violin is made to order and may vary slightly in appearance.  
Firstly, Rozanna’s Violins was founded by a classically trained violist, Ms. Rozanna Weinberger. Her belief in music as a means to sensitize children to the world around them has led to workshops at the United Nations for over 1500 children.
Secondly, she has been a guest speaker at Juilliard and panelist at Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University.
Next, she has served as a music consultant for the Head Start and New York Pops Music Outreach programs.
Also, her unique artistic approach coupled by a vision of what is possible and needed in the string world, led to creating the launch of her own line of violins, Designer Violins by Rozanna.
Finally, the goal was to provide instruments that inspire creative possibilities for 21st century musician.


FUN Google fact:


The credit for the first violin is usually given to a Cremonese luthier named Andrea Amati who had made his name originally as a lute builder. He created at least two three string violins in the 1540s. He was then commissioned to build one of the first four-string violins by the wealthy Medici family in the 1550s.


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Weight 6 lbs
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