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Alois Reidl 4/4 violin, model HC602R, good quality German
student instrument with fine tuning tailpiece. $640.00
4/4 violin with Italianate look; artistically carved f-holes,
graceful linings and corner blocks, small ivory-colored shield
on back plate near heel joint. $600.00
violin, (used, early 20th century, European.) This is the
instrument on which Scot claims he wore out his expounding membrane.
Sam says the fiddle has a nice clean resonant tone, and I noticed
that the top has been replaced. Price includes old hardshell
case and our one year warranty. $495.00
handmade violin; we suspect 19th century American origin.
This violin has good tone and elegant fittings; field tested
and approved by Jerry Weene. $2,200.00
violin with rounded Tyrolean f-holes and illegible Teutonic-looking
label. Very nice player, freshly set up with excellent fittings.
Finish can best be described as ''antique amber moonburst.''
This fiddle sounds really good. Comes with a quality hardshell
case and bow. $924.00
Used Stainer copy 4/4 violin. This is a great instrument
in fantastic shape. $600.00
||14162 4/4 Strad copy violin with beautifully flamed two piece back; extremely graceful neck. $900.00
13996 John Johnson violin
(used, 1940) made in Allentown Pennsylvania just before WWII.
Wear patterns in the original crackelure finish indicate that
it was used for many years by an advanced player. Comes with
rectangular case and two well used bows. $790.00
| ||14310 "Manufactured in Berlin" 4/4 violin (used, early 20th century.) Decent European pre-war workmanship, very nice ebony fingerboard, pegs, saddle, nut and end button, complemented by figured maple back and sides; quartersawn alpine spruce top. Purfling appears to be French, but what do I know? $525.00
13824 "Ladies' Size" 7/8 violin labelled "David Techler/Romae/1703." In my opinion, this is a replica, probably made in the late 1800s. It has extremely beautiful wood selection, including the prettiest ultra-curly neck I've ever seen. $650.00
13248 John Juzek 4/4 signed violin (used, c. 1950.) Great tone and excellent antique appeal. Comes with a hardshell case. $1200.00
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14387 4/4 Violin labeled "Leopold Witthalm, Nurnberg." Freshly set up with new pegs and bridge. $500.00
14644 Early 20th century Stradivarius copy violin, made in Germany. Economical student instrument for old-time fiddling. $180.00
13488 Cremona Maestro Series SV-1240 violin, ebony fingerboard, boxwood chinrest, tailpiece and pegs, a very good student instrument, made in China, comes with a hardshell case and bow. $695.00
15093 Anonymous mid-19th century 4/4 violin. This is a somewhat mysterious instrument; one expert thinks it's a New Hampshire instrument of the Abraham Prescott school. Another says it originated in Germany. Wherever it came from, it sounds fabulous! Comes with case and bow. $595.00
14549 German 4/4 violin (used, c.1930) Stradivarius model, with two-piece flamed maple back. Sides and neck are also figured. Spruce top is perfectly quartersawn, and has very even grain, approximately twelve lines per inch. Original finish is intact, and nicely polished. $300.00
14563 Lignatone 4/4 violin (used, c.1950) long Strad pattern, made in Czechoslovakia. Nice beginner violin, with old hardshell case and freshly haired German bow. $339.00
14187 European violin (used, c. 1900-1920) of humble origin, new strings and bridge; good starter fiddle. $195.00
15071C Lamberti 4/4 violin (used, 2005) with excellent hardshell case, bow, and accessories. All excellent. $500.00
14803 Ton-Klar Herrmann 4/4 violin (used, pre-WWII) comes with hardshell case and Glasser bow. $250.00
13057 Beautiful 4/4 violin stamped "Villaume a Paris" on the very lovely two piece back. It also has a 1789 Strad copy label inside the back. $595.00 (As-Is)
15088 Freshly overhauled Lark 4/4 size violin outfit with hardshell case, rosin and bow (used, c. 1980) This is an entry level outfit equipped with fine tuners. $110.00
15116 Oxford 4/4 size violin outfit, with case, bow, and rosin. Good entry level instrument. $189.95
15130 Cremona Maestro Series 4/4 violin outfit, model SV-1220 (used, c.2110) excellent quality violin, case, and bow. $395.00
|| 15104 Academy violin outfit, 4/4 size, ebony fittings, with protective case, cherrywood bow, and rosin. Excellent starter outfit. $195.00
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14523 Cremona 1/4 size violoncello outfit (used, 1998) with bag and bow. Instrument and case are excellent. Bow is mediocre, but functional. $250.00
We can special order fractional string instruments any time.
Currently in stock:
8769C Anonymous violin, 3/4 size, inked-on purfling, student
instrument with chipboard case. $150.00
14354 Cremona 1/4 size violin outfit (used, 2002) with very pretty flamed maple back. Comes with hardshell case, bow, and rosin. $250.00
11465 German made 3/4 Violin, Strad copy (used, c.1930) repaired and signed by the late John Homovics in 1997, and we've supplied it with new strings, fine-tuning tailpiece, and chinrest. This would be a good learning instrument for the three-quarter sized person in your family! $130.00 (As-Is)
14797 Unlabelled 1/8 size entry-level violin; has fine tuners and overtail chinrest, comes with case and bow. $120.00
We always have a number of Brazilian, Chinese, European and other
bows on hand. Call for detailed information on
our current stock.
12539 Fu Yiner snakewood bow with beautiful buffalo horn translucent
14575 Elegant 4/4 violin bow, octagonal pernambuco stick with simulated whalebone grip. Distinctive fully lined frog and tension button are festooned with abalone pearl and mother of pearl. $350.00
8073 4/4 cello bow, pernambuco with very pretty fully lined frog
and abalone slide; new leather and silver grip. Weight: 73.4
grams, balance: 9 1/4 inches. $400.00
We also carry rosin, shoulder rests, strings, cases, and
other violin accessories.