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Franz Sandner violin Nauheim - top
Franz Sandner violin Nauheim - top
Franz Sandner, German violin - back
Franz Sandner, German violin - back
Franz Sandner, German violin - ribs
Franz Sandner, German violin - ribs
Franz Sandner, German violin - scroll
Franz Sandner, German violin - scroll
Provenance: Nauheim
Maker: Franz Sandner
Length of back: 35,6 cm
Year: 2001
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Franz Sandner, good sounding German violin

This modern German violinwas manufactured by Franz Sandnerin Nauheim, Germany, in 2001, a recommendabnle instrument of the premium series for both the first and coming years of practicing that features a bright, warm, surprisingly powerful and crystal sound. Compared to other instruments in this price range, especially to new pieces from factories in Asia, this recommendable German violin presents itself as an interesting alternative choice with a nice appearance that is determined by the medium to widely grained spruce of the top and the beautifully flamed maple of the two-piece back. We offer this good instrument in undamaged condition with some typical traces of use, ready to play after a complete work-over and tone optimization in our master workshop. Its sound is well-defined, warm, powerful, with a bright and clear character.

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