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This bundle of a 1-year Trala subscription and a Kennedy Violin outfit equips you with everything you need to start playing and practicing violin from Day 1. If you’re serious about the violin and looking for the right head-start, try out this bundle. You will receive immediate access to Trala and your violin will be delivered shortly after. Choose any violin and add Trala in your Cart!
Study violin with the world’s best violinists! Take detailed lessons from violin superstars and get instant feedback on everything you play from Trala’s sophisticated technology. With over 150,000 downloads and a 4.6 star rating Trala is the #1 violin app in the world.
Instructors include Katie Jacoby, the electronic violinist for The Who; Rob Landes, a YouTube superstar with over 2 million subscribers; Dr. Nuné Melik, a classical violinist who has taken the world by storm with her interpretations; and Grace Youn, a renowned expert in the fundamentals.
Once you’re inspired and educated, rapidly improve your pitch and rhythm skills with instant feedback on over 400 pieces of interactive sheet music. Trala tells you what to play and listens to the sound of your real violin to correct your mistakes.
At Kennedy Violins, we believe in using only the highest-quality materials for students of all ages and levels. The Incredibow is made of a sturdy carbon fiber stick which will not warp or break as easily if dropped compared to traditional wooden bows. Since the bow hair is permanently tensioned, the bow hair does not need to be tightened and loosened every time it is played. The hair itself is made of a tough polymer filament which will last for years and never needs to be rehaired like horsehair. The entire bow and hair are warranted to last three years.
The Incredibow's unique frog and tip are covered with a black rubber texture similar to the 'anti-gravity' materials used on smartphone cases designed to prevent the device from falling out of your hands without feeling 'sticky'. Compared to traditional bows, the frog has been redesigned to be 'gripped' rather than held.