Glaesel VA034E 16.5" Viola, B-Stock

Item # VLAVA034E165B
| Mfg # VA034E16.5
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Our Price: $1,459.00
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This B-Stock model is scratched with small dents around the edge.

This viola features a well-flamed maple back, a hand-carved graduated spruce top, a shaded, hand-rubbed finish, and is fitted with French-style pegs and tailpiece.
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  • *****
  • November 09, 2012
  • By: Katie

It's a beautiful viola to look and, and plays really nicely to boot! It's a warm and mellow tone and would respond really well to a good set of strings, maybe something to brighten it up a bit. It's a great buy for anyone!

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The Glaesel family story began in 1720 and since then, 48 descendants of the Glaesel family followed the calling to bowed stringed instruments. Glaesel was sold to The Selmer Company, with instruments still meticulously shop adjusted in Cleveland, Ohio.