Congratulations on your purchase of a Glarry Musical Instruments! Please read through the manual below to familiarize yourself with your new instrument.

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All of our instruments are inspected upon arrival to our distribution center and again prior to shipping. We can not accept responsibility for merchandise arriving in damaged condition. It is the dealer's and the end user's responsibility to inspect merchandise upon receipt and report any damages. Please inspect your new instrument immediately. Merchandise can be damaged in transit even though there is no outward evidence of rough handing. (Concealed damage)

If damaged goods are found please contact your place of purchase within 24 hours of receipt of package to have a claim filed with the carrier. You must save the cartons and packing material until the claim is resolved.

Take extra care to prevent exposure to sudden changes in temperature and humidity.

1. Avoid sun exposure or high temperature when the violin left in the car without air conditioning, high temperatures will melt the paint and damage the violin;
2. Avoid place the violin in the frozen environment for a long time, let it slowly adapt to the indoor temperature before opening the case to avoid sudden cold quenching and damage the violin;
3. The wood is easily deformed by air humidity. The humid environment is easy to make it expansion and deformation, the dry environment is easy to make it atrophy and sun crack, so you should maintain humidity at 45%, and we suggest using special musical instrument humidifier in the dry winter.