the cheaper the fuzzier the sound noticed by 62 vs the 130k. the warmer, more rich tones usually occur in the more expensive. the other real world example would be my viola to my friends school loaned violin. her violin was recently made, and cost the school about....I wanna say with its quality about 200 yet my viola was about 2k from what I know. to be short and put our different styles apart her violin sounds if you put it through a vacuum and stuffed it with tissue paper. while my viola when placed correctly holds a sound much like rich velvet chocolate yet it isn't fully perfect it gets a little iffy around 6-8pos. so the higher the price the better the quality.
We old fiddle players sure can hear a mountain of difference in tone and power.
I would'nt even go 10 feet near it at that price
Wow. You are amazing. You really made all of the violins sound amazing.
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There is a difference up to a certain price point (better quality woods, hardware, ect.) after that you are paying for the investment like a piece of art which is subjective.
I don’t hear the difference
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185 k had some nice lows, the really pricey one sounded great on the highs.
I love your videos. You are very talented. I play violin myself. Here is a link to one of my bluegrass videos.
Also, today I got an electric violin with the Boss GT-1 Multi Effect Loop Station. I was wondering what the best amp to use with it is? What amp do you have?
So is the timbre the same for all violins cause computer audio gives a bad example.
they all sound the same. only difference is the expensive ones are hand made antique violins
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I would say in professional hands every instrument sounds great even the cheapest one. While amateur can easily fail with the most expensive equipment in sale. It's all about skills!
I'd still get the Huracan, sounds better :D
I was half expecting this to be like that $1 dog vs $100 dog thing.
It would be even easier to hear the difference in a concert hall.