German violin by Roderich Paesold

4/4 violin

Roderich Paesold violins have been among the internationally successful orchestral and student violins of good tonal quality for may years. These violins are made in the Roderich Paesold workshops in Bubenreuth, Franconia. The popular Roderich Paesold violin owes its good reputation to high-quality tonewoods and the experience of well-trained luthiers. The Roderich Paesold violin offered here was built after a broad

4/4 violin

Roderich Paesold violins have been among the internationally successful orchestral and student violins of good tonal quality for may years. These violins are made in the Roderich Paesold workshops in Bubenreuth, Franconia. The popular Roderich Paesold violin owes its good reputation to high-quality tonewoods and the experience of well-trained luthiers. The Roderich Paesold violin offered here was built after a broad Stradivari model and proves that the high standards of good craftsmanship at Roderich Paesold have stood the test of time. Its typical style of the 2000/2010s, which characterizes the staining and the play of colors of the discreetly antiqued varnish, is of additional charm, not least because the violin is preserved without any playing marks in quite excellent, mint condition. The violin convinces with a bright, clear voice, rich in overtones but not shrill, of good resonance and warmth - a German Jacob Winter case, Wolf shoulder rest and Knoll violin bow are included in the sale.

€ 599.00
approx. $ 706.82
Inventory no.
6170
Maker
Roderich Paesold
Provenance
Bubenreuth
Year
2000/2010
Tone
bright, clear, resonant
Length of back
35.4 cm
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