Yamaha Artist Services Indianapolis announced the addition of international v... more
Yamaha Artist Services Indianapolis announced the addition of international violin sensation Lindsey Stirling to the Yamaha Strings Artist Roster. She currently plays a Yamaha SV-250 Silent Violin Pro.
On the article Stirling states:
"For years I tried many different types of electric violins and refused to play any of them until I played the Yamaha Silent Violin," said Stirling. "The clean sound is warm, not shrill or piercing, especially with a touch of reverb. It allows me to use my musicality by capturing a wide range of dynamics. Not only does it sound great, but it also has a sleek, fun, customizable look. Personally, I used rhinestones on mine."
She can be seen playing the violin on the same article.
Lindsey can be seen playing an Aurora 4-String Acrylic Electric Violin with L... more
Lindsey can be seen playing an Aurora 4-String Acrylic Electric Violin with LEDs on the performance of "Shatter Me".
In this article Stirling states that she used to use the L.R. Baggs pickup: ... more
In this article Stirling states that she used to use the L.R. Baggs pickup:
"My first electric violin was a cheap Yamaha - it was terrible! I eventually purchased an acoustic Roth violin, which I LOVE, and started using an LR Baggs pickup. Honestly, I feel like the amplified acoustic violins get the better sound."
She uses the "Shure UR1 Body Pack Transmitter" with a special antenne, the "S... more
She uses the "Shure UR1 Body Pack Transmitter" with a special antenne, the "Shure UA720 Whip Antenna for UR1 (578-698 MHz)".
In an interview for [Monsters and Critics](http://www.monstersandcritics.com/... more
In an interview for Monsters and Critics, Lindsey Stirling has said, "I stopped using the Roth during my live performances because I sweat so much when I perform (eeeew lol!) and the excess moisture was starting to ruin the wood. So I purchased a Luis and Clark carbon fiber violin and have been using it for my live performances ever since. I also used it in my latest YouTube video collaboration with Pentatonix."
Lindsey Stirling is featured here in the YouTube video (around 1:12) for her ... more
Lindsey Stirling is featured here in the YouTube video (around 1:12) for her rendition of "Phantom of the Opera".
Lindsey Stirling has said on the Wood Violins website: "The Viper Violin is definitely the most rockin’ violin I have ever played. Stepping on stage with a violin that cool makes a statement before even a single note is played. Along with having a beautiful edgy look, the Viper has a clean and round sound that can beautifully cut through a loud mix. In my opinion, it is even comparable to an amplified acoustic which is extremely hard to find in any electric sound."