The stunning Vivo² has been developed using state of the art materials and advanced processor technology. It looks amazing and it sounds incredible, thanks to an advanced audio system. A highly designed, distinctive violin, The Vivo² is available direct from us or through selected stockists. Choose from a range of eye-catching colours.
About the Vivo²
The Vivo² is constructed in an extremely strong monocoque frame from an advanced polymer material, producing a very robust instrument. It features an acrylic fingerboard, Grover machine heads, and acrylic tailpiece. The machine heads allow for perfect tuning ability and with quality D'Addario Helicore Strings supplied as standard, the Vivo² makes for a highly refined, charismatic violin.
A revolution in sound
The Vivo²’s sound is its best feature, thanks to the advanced TBV audio system which gives you:
- A piezo charge pick-up
- A digitally-controlled analogue charge amplifier
- Separate headphone output socket
- Electronic tuning mode for ‘A’ string
- Easy operation, using standard ¼ inch jack leads and a PP3 battery (included)
A violin you can really work with
The multi-processor control allows fast, easy control of volume and tone via finger-light touch buttons incorporated within the violin body. The processor memory stores all of your settings, even if the battery is removed.
If you’re really looking to attract attention, you can even use these controls to illuminate your playing. The Vivo² has a built-in sound to light facility, which incorporates two vertical banks of super bright LEDs, integrated into the body of the violin. Light pulses along the length of the instrument, complimenting your playing. Of course, the lights can be turned off if not required. The latest addition to the Ted Brewer Violins range - the 5 String Vivo² incorporates all the features of the transparent 4 string Vivo² but with the added range of a Viola C String. The 5 String Vivo² is available in Purple with metallic particles, Blue with metallic particles and Totally Clear.
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