Kadence, Vivaldi 4/4 Violin With Bow, Rosin, Hard Case V001 (White)
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Kadence White Violin
VIOLIN BRIDGE SETUP
Positioning of a Bridge
Identify the e-string and g-string side. A violin bridge is a small piece of wood.
The bottom of the bridge is usually a straight line, while the top is arched
slightly. When you’re examining your bridge, you’ll notice one side of the
arch is slightly higher than the other. The lower side is the e-string side,
and the taller side is the g-string side. When you put the bridge in place,
make sure the e-string comes over the e-string side, and the g-string comes
over the g-string side. If you don’t know which strings are which,
when the violin’s head is facing your body, the g-string will be the string
farthest to the left. The e-string will be the string farthest to the right.
Loosen the strings slightly
To avoid snapping a string while placing the bridge, loosen the strings slightly.
You loosen violin strings by turning the tuning knobs on the end of the violin.
Strings should be loose enough that you can easily pull them up and down,
allowing them to be lifted up enough to slip the bridge under the strings
Place the bridge between the F-holes
The F-holes are two F-shaped holes found near the end of the violin’s head.
When you slide the bridge under the strings, make sure it’s between the two F-holes. The bridge should be placed at roughly the midway point of the F-holes.
Imagine you’re drawing a line from one F-hole to the next, starting at the small/ horizontal line running through one F-hole and stretching out to meet the small horizontal line running through the other F-hole. This imaginary line should run through the violin bridge.
Put the violin strings in the knobs of the bridge.
The violin bridge has four small knobs running across the top. The four violin strings fit into these knobs, keeping the bridge and the strings in place. Gently feed one violin string at a time into the knobs on the bridge
HOW TO SETUP A VIOLIN BOW
Take your Bow Gently
Take your bow gently out of the case. A bow is just as fragile as it looks. Take care in handling your violin.
Use the screw to Tighten or Loosen
Use the screw to tighten or loosen the bow hair. Be careful not to make it too tight or loose. See “Tips” for method of checking if the tightness is good.
Spin the Screw
Spin the screw to the right to make the bow hair tighter. If your hands are sweaty, wet, or it is just hard to spin the screw, try putting your shirt, or a piece of cloth over it. The process should be much easier.
Rosin the Bow
Rosin the bow with an orange, green, or yellow piece of dried pine tree sap. This is called the “rosin” Make sure that the surface is rough and grainy so that the grains get into the bow hair. If it is not, then file it with a nail file or a sandpaper.
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