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German 3/4 violin, Hermann Keim, 1991 - top
German 3/4 violin, Hermann Keim, 1991 - top
German 3/4 violin, Hermann Keim, 1991 - back
German 3/4 violin, Hermann Keim, 1991 - back
German 3/4 violin, Hermann Keim, 1991 - ribs
German 3/4 violin, Hermann Keim, 1991 - ribs
German 3/4 violin, Hermann Keim, 1991 - scroll
German 3/4 violin, Hermann Keim, 1991 - scroll
Provenance: Bubenreuth
Maker: Hermann Keim
Length of back: 33.8 cm
Year: 1991
Tone: Clear, bright, open
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3/4 - German 3/4 violin, Hermann Keim, 1991

This 1991 German 3/4 violin of Stradivari pattern is a suitable student´s instrument that was built by Hermann Keim in the region around Bubenreuth in 1991. The violin bears a corresponding, originally handwritten label. Its very appealing, shining orange-brown spirit varnish of typical Bubenreuth appearance was applied over a golden-yellow ground. Tonewoods of quality were selected. The violin is preserved very well and with most minor traces of use to the varnish a good choice for beginners, at an economical price. Our luthiers set up the instrument completely and applied new strings, new pegs, a new bridge and soundpost and it is ready to play. The violin´s sound is bright and open with a soft note and will be certainly appreciated by young violinists.

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