Orchestral Strings Musical Instruments are widely used all over the world, both by students as well as expert musicians. here you will find a wide selection of cellos, violins, and violas from trusted brands (Mendini, Yahama, Cecilio, etc.) that manufacture some top-quality orchestra instruments. You’ll also find quality music instrument accessories, such as resin for your bows and replacement strings. Here are reviews of popular string instruments.
Mendini 4/4 MV300 is a great beginner violin (Solid Wood). Its full sized, 1-Piece solid wood violin and comes with hard case, tuner, shoulder rest, bow, rosin and extra strings.
D Z Strad Violin Model 100 with Solid Wood 4/4 is a good quality, full Size violin. It comes with Case, Bow, and Rosin.
Cecilio 4/4 CEVN-2BK is a full-sized solid wood Electric/Silent Violin that comes with Ebony Fittings. Perfect for practicing, recording in studio or performing on stage.
Mendini 16-Inch MA250 is a great beginners Viola, made of Natural Varnish Solid Wood. It comes Case, Bow, Rosin, Bridge and Strings. Available in various colors.
Cecilio CVA-400 14-Inch Solid Wood Flamed Viola is best suited for beginner students. Includes lightweight hard case, quality rosin cake, 2 bridges, & extra set of strings.
D Z Strad Viola Model 101 is a favorite with experienced players and music teachers. Its handmade, sounds great, looks great, and comes with Case and Bow-16″.
Crack-proof spruce top with maple neck, back & sides. Maple fingerboard and pegs with an alloy tailpiece with four integrated fine tuners.
Hand-carved solid spruce top with flamed maple neck, back & sides, Ebony fingerboard, pegs, tailpiece with mother of pearl inlaid, four nickel plated fine tuners.
Here’s a quick overview of the music instruments from the ‘Strings’ family of instruments.
Largest instrument in the ‘string’ family of instruments
The strings are the largest family of instruments in the orchestra. These instruments come in four sizes: the violin is the smallest, followed by the viola & cello. The biggest of them all is the double bass (also sometimes known as the contrabass).
How do these instruments produce sound?
The wooden bodies (made from different kinds of wood) of the string instruments are hollow from inside and allow the sound to vibrate within them. But the part of the instrument that makes the sound is the strings, which are made of nylon, steel or sometimes gut.
The piccolo is the smallest and highest (pitched) instrument in the orchestra. It plays one octave higher than the flute. There is also an alto flute which sounds a fifth lower than the ordinary flute. Flutes are mostly made of metal nowadays, though you do get flutes that are made of wood.