|Top ||Spruce |
|Back and sides ||Maple of Balkans |
|Varnish ||Oil |
|Size ||4/4 |
|Body length ||355 mm |
|Width upper bouts ||166 mm |
|Width lower bouts ||204 mm |
|Minimal CC width ||112,5 mm |
Luthier: Daniele Tonarelli
Model: Guadagnini 1772
Year of construction: 2019
This Violin has the following certificate:
- Certificate of Luthier
- Certificate of Consorzio Liutai Antonio Stradivari, Cremona
Violin of Master Luthier from Cremona, Daniele Tonarelli, model Guadagnini 1772.
This "Bottega" instrument made with the help of his assistants, offers all the qualities of its author's instruments, beautiful antiquized varnish, exceptional sculpted top and back, wood of the highest quality, and of course dazzling sound ... and all this at an incomparable price within the category of professional orchestral instruments.
This violin is truly an authentic beauty in sight, a pleasure to touch, and simply sublime when listening to it.
It has great sound, of broad spectrum, and it has everything you are looking for: tonal quality, projection, response, harmonics, bright trebles with soul and heartbreaking basses.
In short, a violin that magnetizes you from the first glance and seduces you from the first note.
It has everything good ... up to the price.
In a word: AWESOME