How to Measure for a Violin
Have the player extend their left arm completely straight (but not overextended) with no bend in the elbow or wrists.
- Measurement 1 (neck to wrist) This indicates the most appropriate and comfortable size for the player.
- Measurement 2 (neck to palm) This indicates the largest size the player could use.
|1/16 Violin||14 in||3 to 5 Years Old|
|1/10 Violin||15 in||3 to 5 Years Old|
|1/8 Violin||16 in||3 to 5 Years Old|
|1/4 Violin||18.5 in||4 to 7 Years Old|
|1/2 Violin||20 in||6 to 10 Years Old|
|3/4 Violin||22 in||9 to 11 Years Old|
|4/4 Violin||23 in||11+ Years Old|