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Body:Glass FiberFingerboard: EbonyStrings: MetalicTuning Pins: Metalic MaterialBridge: Bone fretsSystem:ETN-4 of four bands, volume and tunerTuning:Violins are tuned by turning the pegs in the pegbox under the scroll, or by adjusting the fine tuner screws at the tailpiece. All violins have pegs; fine tuners (also called fine adjusters) are optional. Most fine tuners consist of a metal screw that moves a lever to which the string is attached. They permit very small pitch adjustments with much more ease than the pegs.Fine tuners are usually used with solid metal or composite strings that may be difficult to tune with pegs alone; they are not used with gut strings, which have greater flexibility and dont respond adequately to the very small changes in tension of fine tuners. Some violinists, particularly beginners or those who favor metal strings, use fine tuners on all 4 strings. Others only use a fine tuner with the E string to limit the extent to which the tuners affect the sound of the instrument.To tune a violin, the A string is first tuned to a standard pitch (usually 440 Hz)Approx.Size:Lenght: 56 cm (22.13")Width: 20cm (2,90")The violin is a bowed string instrument with four strings tuned in perfect fifths. It is the smallest and highest-pitched member of the violin family of string instruments, which also includes the viola and cello.