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  • Scott Cao 1713 Gibson

    About the Scott Cao 1713 Gibson Please call or email to check availability on this model. 800-38...

    About the Scott Cao 1713 Gibson Please call or email to check availability on this model. 800-380-5979 customerservice@violinpros.com Stolen on February 28th, 1936 at Huberman's recital at Carnegie Hall, this 1713 Strad was missing for more than 50 years before being recovered. Currently, the violin is owned and played by Joshua Bell. The 1713 Gibson violin has a fine red varnish which covers it in a pure state as applied by the maker. Reproductions of the 1713 Gibson are available in the ST...

    $1,125.00 $4,140.00 (4 variants)

  • Scott Cao 1741 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)

  • Scott Cao Maggini

    The Scott Cao Maggini is a remake of the violin made by Giovanni Paolo Maggini. Aesthetically, th...

    The Scott Cao Maggini is a remake of the violin made by Giovanni Paolo Maggini. Aesthetically, the Maggini features minimal antiquing, a one-piece back, and a unique double purfling around the edge of the instrument.  The tone of the violin is clear and bright while having a strong low register, which was typical of Maggini's violins. This instrument is ideal for both orchestral & ensemble work, but can stand alone as a solo instrument as well.   Reproductions of the Maggini are available...

    $1,215.00 $1,710.00 (2 variants)

  • Scott Cao Da Salo

    The Scott Cao Da Salo is a remake of the violin made by Gasparo da Salò. Gaspar's violins are kno...

    The Scott Cao Da Salo is a remake of the violin made by Gasparo da Salò. Gaspar's violins are known for being easy to play while having a full bodied tone with strong projection. Aesthetically, the Da Salo is unique as it has fleur-de-lis pattern on the top and bottom of the one-piece back. This instrument is ideal for both orchestral & ensemble work, but can stand alone as a solo instrument with it's strong projection. Additionally, Gasparo da Salò taught the art of violin making to Giov...

    $1,215.00

  • Scott Cao 1716 Provigny

    About the Scott Cao 1716 Provigny In character, the "Provigny" is similar to the famous "Cessol" ...

    About the Scott Cao 1716 Provigny In character, the "Provigny" is similar to the famous "Cessol" of the same year, slightly less bold than the instruments of the preceding  years, though certainly handsome and elegant. The violin is owned by the Conseratoire National Superieur de Musique de Paris. Reproductions of the 1716 Provigny are available in the STV 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 abo...

    $1,530.00 $4,140.00 (3 variants)

  • Krutz 400

    The Krutz 400 series violins are made for players who are looking for a high quality instrument t...

    The Krutz 400 series violins are made for players who are looking for a high quality instrument that will sound great in different environments. The build quality is very similar to the 300 series as the violins are handmade in Krutz' private workshop in Beijing and then fully setup & adjusted in the Krutz Kansas City workshop. However, the Krutz 400 series violins are unique as they use highly flamed maple and are finished with an antique, distressed look. The tone of the 400 series viol...

    $1,499.95

  • Krutz 700

    The 700 series violins are in the Krutz Artisan line of instruments and are a significant step up...

    The 700 series violins are in the Krutz Artisan line of instruments and are a significant step up from the Krutz 300 & 400 series. The Krutz 700 is made from Asian wood and partially crafted in the Krutz private Beijing workshop before being shipped in rough & unfinished form to Kansas City where professional luthiers perform extensive finishing work. The 700 series violins are graduated, fitted with an advanced bassbar, and varnished in the KC workshop. Krutz Artisan 700 series instr...

    $3,000.00 $3,000.00 (3 variants)

  • Krutz 750

    The Krutz 750 is the elite violin in the Krutz Artisan line. Partially crafted in Romania and the...

    The Krutz 750 is the elite violin in the Krutz Artisan line. Partially crafted in Romania and then fully setup & varnished in Kansas City, USA, Krutz 750's are made from highly flamed european woods and feature great tonal projection and resonance. Advancing students and amateur adult violinists will be thrilled with the 750 as it's easy to play, blends well with other instruments, and can stand alone during solo performances. Consider the Krutz 700 if you are looking for a violin with si...

    $2,799.95 $2,799.95 (3 variants)

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