Did you know there are electric violins, violas, and cellos? Yes, you can hook up a violin to an amp just like a guitar!
In general, string players play on traditional wooden, acoustic instruments. Of course, there is a beauty and serendipity in the acoustic sound that makes our traditional string quartets a popular selection for events.
However, electric instruments electrify (no pun intended) a performance in a number of exciting ways.
To start, plugged in means you can adjust the volume of the instrument. Second, you can change the sounds coming from the instrument, meaning a violin can sound like an electric guitar! Imagine a group of string players standing on your stage performing like rockstars!
Last, our electric players can come as a duo, solo, trio, or quartet and you’d still get the awesome effects and wonderful sound projection. Check out our videos below.
From pop covers, and classical upbeat music, we have over six hours of music prepared for your listening pleasure. Clients can choose and request almost any song or piece of music in the world, and most likely, it can be arranged for the string quartet. A big bonus, we do not charge any additional fees to arrange or learn new songs or tunes.
Electric Violinist at Bond No.9
DJ & Electric Violinist
Electric Violin Duo
Electric String Quartet