Grottano

4/4 Size Violin for Advanced Student
or Adult
Body 14"

Slightly Flamed Carpathia Spruce Top
Sycamore Maple Back, Neck and Ribs

Grade A Ebony Fittings
Wittner Tailpiece
Handfinished with Oil Varnish

Shop Setup Included

w/Case and New Deluxe Wood Bow

Plays Beautifully!

This is a Grottano handmade 4/4 size violin made in Romania for advanced student or adult. This model is made from slightly flamed Carpathia Resonance Spruce plate (top) Naturally Dried Sycamore Maple Back Plate, neck and ribs. We import these fine instruments and then completely rebuild them in our shop to the highest specifications. Fingerboards are recut, pegs are recut, new nuts, buttons, new strings and new bridges are cut from scratch to bring out the best in each instrument. This violin comes with a deluxe Brazilwood silver wound bow with real Mongolian horsehair, a deluxe case fitted for backpack straps and a full shop Warranty. Our Grottano brand violin plays with a bright clear tone because it's not covered with a synthetic polyurethane varnish. These violins are hand finished with oil varnish. All solid wood instruments will continue to play better and better with time. This has been one of our most popular violins for serious students and adult players.

There are many great looking violins selling online for less, but our own set-up is what makes these instruments spectacular! Shipping anywhere. Thanks for looking!
Scott Russ Music

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • Advanced Violin Made in Romania
Finish
  • Warm Brown
Categories
Year
  • 2020
Made In
  • Romania

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Scott Russ Music

Merrick, NY, United States
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