Revelle Model 500 Violin
Carefully seasoned European select maple and spruce, aged tonewoods and a rich powerful tone makes the Revelle 500 perfect for the advancing player looking for a reliable and consistent performance instrument capable of subtle nuance and power. This full size Revelle instrument is adorned with a Despiau bridge, Ebony fittings, and more.
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Saccon Strad Violin
This violin looks deceptively simple in appearance but the sound is unmatched at this price. The tonewoods are hand selected for their incredible tap tones. The workmanship and attention to detail are similar to that seen in fine Italian violins. The varnish is simple yet elegant. These instruments made one at a time by professional violinmakers using the Sacconi measurements of Stradivarious violins are a culmination of five years of research in finding the perfect tonewoods matched with the ideal graduations and hand finished with spirit varnish.
Krutz Series 400 Violin
SPECS: Seasoned spruce top; Seasoned maple back, ribs and scroll; Highly flamed; inlaid purfling; Acoustically enhanced wood sealer; Antique oil varnish; Ebony or boxwood fittings; composite tailpiece w/4 fine tuners.
Heinrich Gill Model 58 Violin
Under the direction of Bernd Dimbath, violinmaker, Heinrich Gill instruments are made by master makers and specialized luthiers using centuries-old German shop traditions and modern making techniques. This Violin is made of slightly flamed maple and aged spruce top, graduated and finished it by hand to reach the best results in tone and appearance. Each individual instrument is very precisely and carefully made. The varnish is spirit based and slightly shaded.
Jay Haide L'Ancienne ( Balestrieri )
The Jay Haide Modele artistique à l'ancienne family of instruments was developed over many years of collaboration between violin makers Jay Ifshin and Haide Lin, who studied the varnish techniques of master European luthiers. The distinctive appearance of these instruments is achieved by artful shading and antiquing of the specially formulated varnish to give each instrument the patina of age, so desired by both musicians and connoisseurs. There are four different models of violins including Stradivari, Guarneri del Gesu, Guadagnini and Balestrieri. Each model aims to reproduce features and nuances of original models of these instruments, with meticulous attention to scroll and f-hole carving, top and back archings, and wear-patterns of the varnish. The instruments have a remarkably mature, rich sound for their price range.