This is a Nicolaus Amati Copy circa 1920 violin being sold with bow and case. The case appears to be original.
Niccolo Amati was a teacher of Stradavari. Born 1596, Died 1684. His violins are considered technically perfect, and are copied much. He started with a smaller model than Stradavari. Then Niccolo worked on a "Grand Model."
Nicolo (1596-1684), son of Hieronymus, grandson of Andrea, and nephew of Antonio, is considered the greatest instrument maker of the family. His instruments are much admired for their beautiful and penetrating, though not powerful, tone. Violins, violas, cellos, several three- string bass viols, and at least one pochette by his hand are known.
$ 259.99 $ 319.99
Exceptional violin outfit for aspiring students.
Cremona SV-140 Premier Novice Violin Outfits offer exceptional student instruments that are not only affordable, but also have the right combination of quality features that make the learning process easy and inspiring. From the solid hand carved tonewoods used for the construction of each instrument, to the flamed maple in translucent light red finish for a look of traditional elegance, the well-chosen case and bow-and now D'Addario Prelude strings to complete these perfect outfits-teachers, students and parents alike will appreciate why Cremona is the first name in student bowed instrument outfits! Each instrument is setup to Cremona standards at their U.S. workshop.
Popular student model.
All Cremona SV-175 Premier Student Violins are designed to meet the specific needs of beginning and advancing students. Featuring select tone woods and quality workmanship for the finest possible tone, adjusted to NAFME / MENC specifications, each instrument is finished in a beautiful translucent brown that lets the grain show through and skillfully crafted to be just as pleasing to the eye as it is to the ear. To complete these outfits, each violin outfit has been upgraded to include a Travelite oblong violin case with built-in hygrometer, and an exceptional octagonal brazilwood bow with ebony frog and genuine horsehair! Each instrument is setup to Cremona standards at their U.S. workshop.
$ 299.99 $ 395.00
The Cremona SV-180E solid-body electric violin offers a world of tonal possibilities for students, amateurs and pro players alike. The powerful piezo pickup combines with a unique rosewood bridge to provide a natural, warm violin tone that can be amplified to any level the player desires. You can plug in the headphones for practice or plug into your favorite amp in a performance situation.
The solid hardwood body keeps feedback to a minimum and the fingerboard and all trimmings are genuine ebony for beauty and utility. The lower bout is designed to accept any chinrest and shoulder-pad of your choosing and a lightweight composite tailpiece with 4 built-in fine tuners is standard.
With its lightweight rigid foam case and a quality Brazilwood bow included, add to that a set of D'Addario Prelude strings and a professional setup, this is an amazing bargain that sets a new standard in affordable electric violins.
$ 129.99With the new Cremona SV-50 Student Violin Outfit, no longer will the instrument be the biggest deterrent to whether or not the aspiring musician is able to succeed at learning to play the violin. That’s because – for over 40 years – Cremona has continued to raise the bar of quality and value by understanding the needs of musicians at every level; and providing instruments with features that enhance the learning process, appeal to parents, teachers, and especially the individual playing it!
|Back & Sides||Solid Maple|
|Case||Lightweight Semi-shaped Foam|
|Chinrest||Dyed Hardwood / Kaufman|
|Finish||Translucent Warm Amber Lacquer|
|Neck and Finish||Solid Maple|
|Number of Back Pcs||Two-piece|
|Nut & Saddle||Dyed Tonewood|
|Peg||Dyed Hardwood / Standard|
|Sizes||4/4 - 1/4|
|Tailpiece||Composite / Four Built-in Finetuners|
$ 139.99 $ 199.99
Our Violin Pickup is a miniature vibration sensor cast directly into a Superieur Despiau “Two Tree” maple bridge for maximum sensitivity and signal transfer. As an integral part of the bridge, it effortlessly captures the instrument’s inherent dynamics. Furthermore, its selective admittance pattern is aligned so that the signal is generated as the bridge moves in a left-right motion (in response to the string vibrations). The pickup also rejects any impulse directed to the plane of the bridge- minimizing annoying finger squeaks, body noise and feedback. It is the pickup of choice for top pros like Mark O’Connor, Darol Anger, Jean-Luc Ponty and Sara Watkins. An external preamp is recommended..