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GEWA violin Mittenwald 2002 - top view
GEWA violin Mittenwald 2002 - top view
German GEWA violin, back view
German GEWA violin, back view
Violon allemand GEWA - eclisses
Violon allemand GEWA - eclisses
Violino tedesco GEWA
Violino tedesco GEWA
Provenance: Mittenwald
Maker: GEWA Mittenwald
Length of back: 35.6 cm
Year: 2002
Tone: warm, clear, bright
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Good GEWA violin, Mittenwald

A good GEWA violin made in Mittenwald, 2002. It is a GEWA violin set of elevated quality that is not comparable to the rather basic quality GEWA violin sets available on the web at discounted prices. GEWA violin sets of similar quality retails for around 600 Euros at a local violin shop. The model is after Antonio Stradivari. The style of top and back are made in the Mittenwald tradition. This GEWA violin is undamaged and in excellent near mint condition, her sound is bright, warm and clear with beautiful sustain. Comes as a violin set with a nylon case and a useful violin bow.

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