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  • Scott Cao 1714 Soil

    The Soil is strikingly handsome and this 1714 Stradivari has had more experience on the concert ...

    The Soil is strikingly handsome and this 1714 Stradivari has had more experience on the concert platform that almost any other violin. Played by Itzhak Perlman, the Soil is widely considered to be the best sounding Stradivari ever created. Other owners of this iconic instrument are French luthier and collector Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume and Yehudi Menuhin. The beauty of the violin is found in its extravagant maple wood figure which is illuminated and partly covered by Stradivari's greatest varn...

    $1,125.00 $7,200.00 (5 variants)

  • Scott Cao 1743 Cannon

    About the Scott Cao 1743 Cannon   The 1743 Guarneri violin is known as "Il Cannone" or "the Canno...

    About the Scott Cao 1743 Cannon   The 1743 Guarneri violin is known as "Il Cannone" or "the Cannon" due to the power and full quality of its tone. This instrument was the favorite of Nicolo Paganini and was made by the renowned Cremona violin maker Guarneri - also known as del Gesu. The violin has distinct features such as a slightly shorter and thicker sound box and an markedly curved neck that set it apart from other violins. The tone of the Cannon is distinctly bright, yet very full, and i...

    $1,125.00 $7,200.00 (5 variants)

  • Scott Cao 1714 Vieuxtemps

    Please call or email to check availability on this model. 800-380-5979 customerservice@violinpro...

    Please call or email to check availability on this model. 800-380-5979 customerservice@violinpros.com Vieuxtemps played on this violin for over 15 years, and in his letter of 1878, he refers to it as his old friend and inseparable companion. Vieuxtemps also mentions that the violin helped him compose his D minor concerto (no.4, op.31) which was published around 1850. It is highly likely that he would have given the premiere of his 4th and 5th concertos, which date from 1850 and 1861 on this ...

    $1,125.00 $7,200.00 (5 variants)

  • Krutz 800

    The 800 violins are part of the Krutz Avant line of violins. These instruments are entirely craft...

    The 800 violins are part of the Krutz Avant line of violins. These instruments are entirely crafted, varnished, and setup in Kansas City by Krutz senior luthiers and overseen by Anton Krutz. The European and American maple and spruce woods are hand selected and then aged for five to ten years before crafting begins. Additionally, the Krutz 800 features Anton Krutz propriety sealer and varnish. These violins are made to serve rising professional players and advanced students with its strong so...

    $5,000.00 $5,000.00 (2 variants)

  • Krutz 850

    The Krutz 850 series violins are the standout instruments that come out of the 800 line. Essentia...

    The Krutz 850 series violins are the standout instruments that come out of the 800 line. Essentially, the 850 models are identified as the best of the 800 series. These instruments are entirely crafted, varnished, and setup in Kansas City by Krutz senior luthiers and overseen by Anton Krutz. The European and American maple and spruce woods are hand selected and then aged for five to ten years before crafting begins. Additionally, the Krutz 850 features Anton Krutz' propriety sealer and varnis...

    $6,949.00 $6,949.00 (2 variants)

  • Scott Cao 1679 Hellier

    About the Scott Cao 1679 Hellier Please call or email to check availability on this model. 800-38...

    About the Scott Cao 1679 Hellier Please call or email to check availability on this model. 800-380-5979 customerservice@violinpros.com   Philips Hill has called the Hellier "one of the finest Stradivaris in existence". It is presently held at the Smithsonian Museum. The dimensions of the Hellier differ from any other violin dated before 1684-85 and indicate that Stradivari was already contemplating changing proportions before he did in 1685. The perfect symmetry of the head and the position a...

    $3,960.00 $5,940.00 (2 variants)

  • Scott Cao 1890 Scarampella

    About the Scott Cao 1890 Scarampella Stefano Scarampella is regarded as one of the foremost maker...

    About the Scott Cao 1890 Scarampella Stefano Scarampella is regarded as one of the foremost makers of the early 20th century. This Scott Cao model is a typical full pattern that produces a large, robust tone. Reproductions of the 1890 Scarampella are available in the STV 850, 950 and 1500 models by Scott Cao. All models of Scott Cao Violins are professionally setup and ready to play. Click here to learn more about the differences between the Scott Cao violin models.  Scott Cao Scarampella Mea...

    $1,125.00 $7,200.00 (5 variants)

  • Scott Cao 1704 Betts

    About the Scott Cao 1704 Betts Please call or email to check availability on this model. 800-380...

    About the Scott Cao 1704 Betts Please call or email to check availability on this model. 800-380-5979 customerservice@violinpros.com   The Betts is one of Stradivari's finest works and marked the beginning of what is described as his "Golden Period". The violin was originally purchased by Betts at the Royal Exchange in London for the sum of one guinea. Today, the Betts violin is considered one of the four or five greatest violins in existence. The Betts is unique in that its enormous power a...

    $2,430.00 $4,140.00 (2 variants)

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