|As reviewed on the internet... "This Heinrich Gill No. 54 violin ($1,500) turned out to be a beautiful instrument. Although it felt stiff at first, it produced a round tone and a clear sound once the reviewer and instrument were properly warmed up. The noteworthy points of this fiddle are its exceptional projection and the tawny-colored finish. A high-scoring outfit, our review team felt the tone, craftsmanship, and volume/projection offered in the No. 54 violin made this one of the best-bet packages."|
A very good brazil wood violin bow by Eastman.
A good violin case by Max. The case is dart shape (not like the picture)
A Suzuki book Number 1.