Glaesel VI30ECH Violin, 1/4

Item # VLNVI30ECH1/4
| Mfg # VI30E1CH
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Our Price: $800.00
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European crafted with solid spruce top, maple back and sides. Inlaid purfling. Durable shaded spirit varnish. Set-up by hand with fine Glaesel craftmanship. Includes chromium steel core strings, ebony fittings and four fine tuners.
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  • *****
  • Great for young students
  • March 31, 2016
  • By: Shaniah

I wanted my daughter to start young and this really helped! The price is pretty good and the quality is very high. It's great that I don't have to burn money on rent. I can just have my child use this until it's time to go to a bigger size, then sell it!

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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.
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