The German violin - solid craftmanship and warm, rich sounds
Germany has a long tradition of violin making, dating back to the time of Caspar Hopf in Klingenthal. Most German violins were made in the traditional violin making centers of Markneukirchen / Klingenthal, Mittenwald and since the middle of the 20th century in Bubenreuth in Germany. Hopf, Stainer, Klotz and Ernst Heinrich Roth are the best known makers names of German violins.
Corilon's catalogue of German violins for sale at affordable prices
Violins from Germany are characterized by a good, strong, solid tone and, being affordable compared to Italian violins, are appreciated by violinists worldwide. Purchase German violins at Corilon which are ready to play with a 30 day return option, a trade-guarantee and a guarantee of authenticity.