If you're looking for an acoustic violin with the perfect blend of price and quality in Nepal, you've come to the right place. We have a wide range of branded violin models that we're sure you'll love.
At Bass and Treble, we want to ensure you get a violin that produces clean sound and has better sound texture. This is why our expert handpicks every Violin. Our Violins are made from the finest materials and come with the highest-quality strings to ensure years of reliable performance. Its top is made of select European spruce wood, which is known for its superior tonal qualities, and a maple neck will give you a stable and secure feel. The solid ebony fingerboard provides an ideal playing surface for the musician making it perfect for both practice and performance sessions.
Along with the Violin, you will also get a case, bow and rosin, so you have everything you need to play right away.
You can always contact us if you can't find what you're looking for. Our knowledgeable staff will help you out. We usually respond within 24 hours.
What is a violin made of?
Our violins are made of high-quality spruce top, maple back, sides, and neck, and ebony fretboard.
How much does an acoustic violin cost in Nepal?
A good quality acoustic violin usually starts from Rs 50,000.
Do you provide a violin case?
Yes, at Bass & Treble, along with Violin, you will also get a case, bow, and rosin.
How to know if the Violin is original?
The low-quality violins tend to have rough finishing and unclean joints, and tuning nuts quickly become loose. They also produce a buzzy sound while playing.
That's why we recommend getting only from premium brands like Yamaha.
To get the most original Violin in Nepal, we recommend you visit our store at Naxal, Kathmandu, or give us a call at +977-1-4525929/4525932
What size are violins available?
We currently have a 4/4 full-size violin suitable for adult players. All other sizes are available on order.
Which Violin is best for beginners?
An acoustic violin is a go-to for beginners and intermediate-level players.
What do you mean by setting up and adjusting an instrument's tone?
When making a violin, the set-up involves the installation of all the small parts necessary for it to be played. Due to violins' sensitive nature, they can be set up differently according to the time of year to enhance their tone.
Tone adjustments involve arranging and dynamically balancing these parts so they complement each other to enhance an instrument's tone and playability. When an instrument is set up and adjusted correctly, it sounds nice, feels comfortable, and is easy to play. No extra charge is added for our expert set-up and tone adjustment when you purchase a violin from Bass and Treble.
How are violins and fiddles different?
As violins, violas, and violoncellos are all members of the violin family, they are commonly referred to as violins. There is no real difference between a fiddle and a violin. It is usually preferable for folk players to set up their instruments in a way that makes it easier to play their particular folk styles.
Is it necessary to make an appointment at Bass and Treble in order to see the instruments?
It is always our pleasure to welcome you to our store and let you try instruments without any obligation or pressure to purchase. There's no need to make an appointment. However, you might want to call ahead if you want to pick a time when the store is less busy. This is if you want us to prepare instruments for you. You can try out in our private tryout rooms. As well as providing knowledgeable assistance, our staff is ready to answer any questions you may have.