How do I buy my first violin?

What do you need the instrument for?

Can I start an online shop?

What is a shop?

What is a store?

Do I need to be 18 years old?

What about school?

How long does it take to play?

How much money does it cost?

This page will explain what a shop is, and in what ways you can start one.

What is a shop?

A shop is a collection of different instruments in various settings and prices. This is similar to a club which you can join which provides the means to perform your music, including getting an accreditation.

How does a shop work?

There is no strict requirement to be an accredited shop – but you will have to be willing to spend some money. As an example, if you want to buy a violin, this will probably cost around £20-£30.

Depending on the range, price and quality, you can expect to spend between £20-£30 a week, so you can expect around £3,600 to £10,400 over six months.

You will have to register your place of business for it to work, but most shops will pay you via cheque if you are registered.

What is a shop for?

A shop is a collection of different instruments in various settings and prices. This is similar to a club which you can join which provides the means to perform your music, including getting an accreditation.

You can organise concerts at a shop, buy instruments locally and order instruments online to have at your performance.

You will not do anything with the instrument once it has arrived.

You will then enjoy many years of playing, learning and developing your musical skills.

The best example of this business is Guitar Centre, which sold some of the instruments in the shop for £100-£200 at the time of the sale.

Can I buy my first violin?

It depends. If you want to start a shop – then I recommend that you work out the cost of buying a violin to see what your income would be like, as well as doing your homework.

A good website to check out is www.amzn.com/smb/forsale-bruce-drummer-b-jerry-schofields. A good place to start is from just £20 to £35 a week.