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Yamaha SV-200 Silent Violin Performance Model
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Dual piezo pickups under the bridge provide greater dynamic range. 2 EQ modes for enhanced acoustic tone or dry signal. Repositioned output jack so c...Read More
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A second-generation Silent instrument with improved features.
Dual piezo pickups under the bridge provide greater dynamic range. 2 EQ modes for enhanced acoustic tone or dry signal. Repositioned output jack so cable drapes behind player. Studio-quality preamp. A redesigned full lower bout accommodates standard shoulder rest. The neck is left unfinished to feel like a standard acoustic instrument.
- Dual piezo pickups under the bridge provide greater dynamic range
- 2 EQ modes for enhanced acoustic tone or dry signal
- Repositioned output jack so cable drapes behind player
- Studio-quality preamp for noise-free performance or recording
- Redesigned full lower bout accommodates standard shoulder rest
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Comments about Yamaha SV-200 Silent Violin Performance Model:
The design is great, chin rests and shoulder rests can be exchanged between the Yamaha and other vioins. The SV-200 weighs and feels like a real violin. It plays as well as any intermediate/student violin. Going back and forth between my acoustic and the electric doesn't cause any discomfort. The redesign of the Yamaha electric allows for better play on stage but doesn't justify the huge price difference from the older model. I'm not impressed with the sound through the headphones but through an amp it's comparable to an acoustic with a transducer with less feedback. The volume without any headphones/speakers is loud enough for practice.It shipped with a loose screw on the battery access and played with an annoying vibration until I discovered which screw was loose and tightened it. This violin will take a beating as I've dropped it and only lost my chin rest when the case failed to protect it.