Scott Cao 850 Violin

$1,530.00

The Scott Cao 850 Violin features Bosnian maple, Italian spruce, and an Indian ebony fingerboard. Hill style boxwood fittings. Built and varnished in Guangzhou by top makers and compares with our Antonio Strad Heritage.

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Violin Sizing

How to measure for the Violin

Lift the left arm and extend it fully to the side, parallel to the floor with the palm facing upward. Measure from the neck to the middle of the palm.

It’s better to play on an instrument that is a bit smaller than one that is bigger, especially for beginners. See our chart for the approximate sizing.

Also, please feel free to give us a ring. We can help over the phone or even FaceTime, Zoom or Google Hangouts: 800-284-9788

Violin Sizing
Violin SizeArm MeasurementAge
1/32less than 14''1 - 3 YRS
1/1614'' - 15.9''3 - 4 YRS
1/1016'' - 16.9''4 - 5 YRS
1/817'' - 17.9''5 -6 YRS
1/418'' - 19.9''6 - 7 YRS
1/220'' - 21.9''7 - 8 YRS
3/422'' - 22.9''9 - 11 YRS
4/423''+12+ YRS
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Description

Scott Cao 850 Violin

Scott Cao instruments made in the Guangzhou workshop are made by prize-winning luthiers under the supervision of Scott Cao. Instruments made by shop luthiers feature excellent tone, choice wood, quality varnish, and superior craftsmanship. Every piece of the instrument is completely hand-carved. The meticulous graduation of the top and back reward the player with a powerful and refined tone. Each instrument is individually hand made displaying the skillful work of a master violinmaker.

The Scott Cao 850 Violin features Bosnian maple, Italian spruce, and an Indian ebony fingerboard. Hill style boxwood fittings. Built and varnished in Guangzhou by top makers and compares with our Antonio Strad Heritage.

VIOLIN FEATURES

  • 100% handmade instrument
  • Professionally setup at our main workshop in San Antonio
  • Solid carved wood
  • Bosnian maple and Italian spruce wood
  • Hill-style boxwood fittings
  • Inlaid purfling
  • 100% Indian ebony fingerboard, pegs, and tailpiece with 4 fine tuners
  • Hand-carved French Aubert bridge
  • Dominant Strings

Brand

Scott Cao