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Online Lessons World-Wide, On Site Sales & Repairs in Dallas
We offer online lessons for Violin,Viola, Guitar, Cello, Mandolin, and Banjo. Bluegrass and Texas Fiddle are at home at Fiddle & Bow just as is Classical technique from beginner to advanced for all orchestral strings. We specialize in the transition from Classical to folk styles for all experience levels and ages. Conversely, if you have played by ear for years come see us if you would like to reach out and learn to read all of those dots and squiggles. It's almost painless although a bit of practice is often required.
News & Updates
Featured in D Magazine!
Coming Soon Robledo Caseras Violins Exclusively at F&B These Moderately priced exquisite instruments are in the $5000 - $10,000 range, Reserve yours while supplies last. While he is healthy Robledo is not a young man and his secret may not survive him but he definitely has one, his violins are amazing
We were planning a 25 year celebration in the fall but now are thinking Spring. The modeling/remodeling is nearly complete and would have gone much faster if someone hadn't stolen the catalytic converters off of Rob's truck. Twice.
Please call us at 972 458-2980
Since we have limited hours right now please leave an email Fiddlnbow@aol.com and we will be in touch. Or just yell at the upper part of the door, we will hear you instantly.
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We are still a music shop and have stuff for sale, please call 972 458-2980
It really does seem as though the shopping center is trying to keep us a secret. From any one of the shiny bright fast food spots along Coit or the CVS just head for the far corner toward BIOLIFE. Look past the big tree. Beyond the tree you will see the Green Neon Violin. That is where we are, beyond the tree, in the corner. If we aren't open you can just yell at the Green Neon Violin and one of us will be alerted instantly by the security system. Seriously, just say your number out loud and one of us will probably call. Where else can you walk up and speak to the owner?