How do I choose a violin case?
6 Tips for Buying a Violin Case
- Basic considerations that you should look for when choosing your violin case:
- Tip #1. Hard Construction.
- Tip #2. Interior Padding.
- Tip #3. Size Check.
- Tip #4.
- The following tips are related to extra upgrades that are a great option if your budget allows.
- Tip #5.
- Tip #6.
Meanwhile, how protective are violin cases?
Some cases may have extremely tough hard shells to protect the violin. But if there's not a good suspension system in place, that violin can damage itself by knocking against that hard shell case. Most modern hard shell cases will feature suspension systems. But some cheaper wooden cases may not.
In addition, are violin cases waterproof?
Water proof means we can submerge the violin case in a swimming pool, and no water will get in. Unfortunately, we're not quite there... yet! However, if you take a look at some of our hard cases like the Bam Hightech cases, Gewa cases, or Tonareli cases, you'll find some of the most water-resistant cases out there.
Beside this, what is best type of violin case?
10 Best Violin Cases in 2021
- ADM Full Size Basic.
- Tonareli Violin Oblong Fiberglass.
- Bam Slim Hightech.
- Vio Music Full Size Hightech.
- Bellafina Thermoplastic.
- Baker Street BK-4020.
- Vio Music Dart Shaped.
- Protec MX044 4/4.
Thereof, what is a hygrometer in a violin case for?
December 8, 2012 at 04:00 PM A hygrometer is a device which measures how much drying-out power there is in the air surrounding it, a.k.a. relative humidity (RH). Dial-type hygrometers have been around a long time, and found their way into violin cases in 1984.
Nevertheless, what is suspension in violin case?
Suspension cushioned cases have a raised shelf (or shelves) that suspends the back of the instrument approximately an inch over the bottom of the case. This can provide added protection and is often recommended for violins and violas with delicate varnish.
On the other hand, are Tonareli violin cases good?
Tonareli cases are considered relatively new to the world of instrument protection, but they've made a name for themselves very quickly. And for good reasons! Their fiberglass cases are protective, durable, light, and temperature-resistant.As you guessed, they make great gifts for violinists.
Nonetheless, what is a violin case made of?
Violin cases are made of rigid materials, such as wood, metal, or carbon fiber, and often employ a combination of these materials.
Still, how long is a violin?
The violin comes in two adult sizes, the full 4/4 size at 23-23.5 long and 14 wide, known as the standard size, as well as the 7/8 size at 22.5 long and 13.5 wide. Seven sizes are made for youth ages 3 to 12, each size based on the arm length of the player: 3/4, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/10, 1/16, and 1/32.