We have many student instruments on Sale (for a limited time); the images below are some examples.
The Sale instruments are very significantly reduced in price and represent a terrific bargain.
Please let me know your requirements so we can find the best match for you.
All instruments come with an excellent set-up to maximize that instrument's acoustic response.
If you would like to make me an offer on anything listed here, I am sometimes open to negotiation.
The trade of stringed musical instrument making and restoration is called 'Liuteria' (in Italian) and a violin-maker is called a 'liutaio'(in Italian). Among the earliest makers was Andrea Amati who worked in Cremona, Italy from around 1560. Many of the most famous historical violin makers worked in Cremona.
James Robinson began his career by studying violin making in Cremona (from 1971) with the renowned masters; GB Morassi, F. Bissolotti and G.Scarabotto.