|Top ||Spruce |
|Back and sides ||Flamed maple |
|Varnish ||Oil |
|Size ||4/4 |
|Body length ||360 mm |
|Width upper bouts ||166 mm |
|Width lower bouts ||210 mm |
|Minimal CC width ||112 mm |
Violin replica Carlo Bergonzi
Model Anno 1733
Year of construction: ca 1900
Replica of the violin of Cremona luthier Carlo Bergonzi (1683-1747). Carlo Bergonzi was apprenticed with Hieronymus Amati, Antonio Stradivari and the main student of Vincenzo Rugeri.
This replica is based on a Carlo Bergonzi model from 1733 and it is made in Italy CA 1900, following in a very detailed way the style and design of the prestigious Italian luthier.
The back is made of one piece of flamed maple and although it is worn through time, you can see the beautiful veining of the maple and its varnish is original and has not been retouched.
The violin is in perfect conditions of playability.
Its sound is creamy and warm, with great tonal beauty and an extraordinary subtlety and sensitivity.
It is an orchestra violin of great quality and beauty, with the genuine aged sound of the best old violins.
Certified by VdL.