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Infinite strings violin, "bench copy"

This violin, labeled "bench copy of 1714 Soil Stradivari" was built in approximately 2000 in U.S.A. or China. The instrument is a solid piece with a surprisingly good sound, well-crafted and aesthetically appealing with its golden-brown transparent spirit varnish, covering the top which is made from nice, medium grained spruce, and the gentle flames of the one-piece back. Indeed its sound is quite motivating to play, strong and mature, clear, open and warm, dark and full of character. We are offering the violin in perfect condition, ready to play and worked over completely by our experienced luthier.

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Provenance: U.S.A. or China
Maker: Infinite strings
Length of back: 35.7 cm
Year: approx. 2000
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