Violin after Nicola Amati 1649

Amati violins have an especially fine and sweet tone for baroque music performances.

String length: 328 mm
Corpus length: 351.5 mm
Corpus width: Upper 163.5 mm / Middle 110.5 mm / Lower 202.25 mm

Price: $2,550
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Violin after Jacobus Stainer 1679

During the Baroque Period, Stainer violins were as highly if not more highly rated than the violins by Ceremonies luthiers.  The high arching of Stainer produces wonderful overtones and is ideal for baroque music.

String length: 325 mm
Corpus length: 351.5 mm
Corpus width: Upper 162 mm / Middle 112.5 mm / Lower 200 mm

Price: $2,550
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Violin after Antonius Stradivarius 1715

This is the archetype of most modern violins. The tone is strong and silvery.

String length: 328 mm
Corpus length: 356 mm
Corpus width: Upper 168 mm / Middle 110 mm / Lower 208 mm

Price: $2,550
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Violin after Guarnerius "del Gesù" 1742

This violin plays exceptionally well as a baroque instrument. It has a lovely full tone and especially rich sound of the g string. Guarnerius was progressive in his violin design and his instruments are often considered the best for modern purposes as well.

String length: 328 mm
Corpus length: 354 mm
Corpus width: Upper 168 mm / Middle 112.5 mm / Lower 207 mm

Price: $2,550
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Violino Piccolo after Nicola Amati 1649

This model is scaled down from the full size Amati.  It could be used in a third or fourth higher tuning with the E string becoming a G or an A, respectively.

String length: 295 mm
Corpus length: 320 mm
Corpus width: Upper 148.8 mm / Middle 100.5 mm / Lower 184 mm

Price: $2,550
Case Included