Since I am new to learning violin, I have been learning or observing how each violin sounds different. Warmth of the sound, projection of the sound etc is very distint. How would you define your violin sound quality?
Mine, for example, sounds very solid and complete, it doesn’t sound nasal. It sounds richer than the chinese super cheap violin that I initially bought.
Mine is a 100-year-old Japanese violin made the the Suzuki company. It has a bright, beautiful tone and great projection of sound. It has one of the best tone qualities of any “inexpensive” violin I have encountered!