A violin is a piece of wood designed with a bow and strings. The string is passed through a hole in the head of the instrument at the top of the instrument. The neck is made out of three pieces of wood. The body is made of another piece of wood, called the top, which is a solid piece of wood. The back has a frame of wood that holds the strings.
The wood is then divided into sections. A violin’s bow is attached to these sections, which are called strings. The strings are glued together, a process called tuning.
When you play the violin, the strings vibrate the wood at the top and the bottom, so music is created when the string is tuned to a specific pitch on your instrument.
What happens when I take the violin out?
The violin is usually put into this safe place — usually in a museum or in a museum car park.
It usually takes at least an hour to take the violin out, depending on where it is stored.
Do I need to use my phone?
If you are taking the violin out on a holiday, it may be safer to take it in with you.
You will need to keep your phone with you when you take out the violin, along with your keys, if you have them.
If your phone dies, you can take out the instrument’s batteries and place it in the car.
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