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Lutherie Mirecourt - Violin 4/4 early 19th century
Violin 4/4 Mirecourt early 19th century. Back in only one part, revision spell. With its black cover, without bow. Bought 4000 euros, invoice available. Discover the sound of this exceptional violin, played by Bastien Ribot, in this video made at the Zicplace shop in Montreuil.
QVE B44 - Intermédiaire
Intermediate level violinists begin to develop their own preferences in terms of playing style. They are becoming more and more comfortable with their instrument, and are looking for the sound that suits them. The exceptional build quality of these violins allows them to easily handle the demanding playing techniques that intermediate level violinists are required to learn, such as musical expression and detachment (spiccato).
More experienced musicians who aspire to find that "something extra" will find a violin that combines agility, accuracy, good projection and the ability to express emotion with a rich, full sound. Made from carefully selected woods and specifically calibrated during the manufacturing process, the Villemaré series violins are endowed with optimal tonal quality.
Rest should violon Original 4/4
rest shoulder for violon 4/4The practical, uncomplicated design of the Kun Original shoulder rest is based on our earliest handmade model. This rest is adjustable in three directions, and the end members are fitted with a patented locking device to ensure that it will not fully rotate to touch the instrument.The Kun Original has remained the favourite of amateur and professional players alike.
Rest shoulder violon 1/2 or 3/4
rest shoulder for violon 1/2 or 3/4The practical, uncomplicated design of the Kun Original shoulder rest is based on our earliest handmade model. This rest is adjustable in three directions, and the end members are fitted with a patented locking device to ensure that it will not fully rotate to touch the instrument.The Kun Original has remained the favourite of amateur and professional players alike.
Luthier Josef Müller
Josef Müller - Bohemian violin late 19th century
Bohemian violin Josef Müller late 19th century - Very soft. Sold without bow. Blue cover, red inside. Adjusted, out of revision, key pushed, bridge revised. Discover the sound of this exceptional violin, in this video directed by Lo Triò: Bastien Ribot on violin, Emile Melenchon on guitar, and Rémi Bouyssière on double bass. To discover on the YouTube channel "LoTrio Jazz".
The ideal instrument to start learning the violin.The Vendôme Gramont series model offers ease of play, balanced response, pleasant tone and dynamic volume contrasts. With this model, beginning violinists are able to effectively acquire fundamental playing techniques and are more likely to succeed in the future.The very precise measurements during the manufacturing process, the angle of the bridge, the height of the fingerboard, the distance between the saddle and the diameter of the neck, give the Gramont model its special characteristics. In addition, the careful assembly of each instrument ensures optimal playability and a sound comparable to that of more advanced models.