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  1. Your way of telling everything in this piece of writing is
    really pleasant, all can without difficulty know it, Thanks a
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  2. Well there’s two kinds of violins. Frets and with out frets. For some odd reason those without frets are more expensive ranging from $85-$300, top quality. Celilio makes cheap violins, I’ve seen
    some for under $200, once, on sell. Have you been to a pawn
    shop? Eww… T^T If you can’t afford one go to a Pawn Shop.. . Good luck finding a teacher that doesn’t cost an arm, a leg
    and your first born. Although Violin is adaptable, with your
    music experience you should have no problem getting
    use to it.)i(do scales. learn breathing techniques.

    posture. pronouncing words. learning songs. . and it may be a little hard.

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