Professional master violin for soloists, late 20th century - violinist's recommendation!

This contemporary master violin offers professional musicians and soloists the rare opportunity to acquire a top-tier instrument at an extremely reasonable price - because the name of its builder was lost and is now unknown. This powerful violin, probably made around 1980 in England, is an exceptionally beautiful Stradivarius copy made by a master who set individual accents combined with exquisite taste - and at the same time had extensive knowledge and experience in modelling a violin that features a sound...

This contemporary master violin offers professional musicians and soloists the rare opportunity to acquire a top-tier instrument at an extremely reasonable price - because the name of its builder was lost and is now unknown. This powerful violin, probably made around 1980 in England, is an exceptionally beautiful Stradivarius copy made by a master who set individual accents combined with exquisite taste - and at the same time had extensive knowledge and experience in modelling a violin that features a sound that meets the highest demands. With a table made of fine quality spruce and beautiful, deeply flamed maple, this well-played instrument presents itself in immaculate, completely crack-free condition. The specialists in our workshop have carefully set up this rare occassion of a contemporary master violin and made it ready to play. Its powerful and radiant sound has sustain and is of a maturity that cannot be taken for granted in a violin only a few decades old. Its radiant overtones and its lucid clarity combined with appealing warm character create a musical personality of unmistakable individuality. Recommended choice of a professional violinist, member of 1st violins MPHIL.

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Professional master violin for soloists, late 20th century - violinist's recommendation!
Professional master violin for soloists, late 20th century - violinist's recommendation!
Professional master violin for soloists, late 20th century - violinist's recommendation!
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