A Violin by Luiz Amorim

Copy of Joseph Guarneri “del Gesù” Carrodus, 1743


This violin is a precise copy crafted by a master maker. Guarneri’s expressive work, highly admired by Luiz, is faithfully printed throughout the violin.  In our opinion, Luiz’s artistry representing all of the details of the original instrument alongside its one-piece of quarter-cut maple grabs anyone’s attention. More

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    The wood chose for the top, a narrow to medium grain spruce, was carefully selected and came from Val di Fiemme, which is the exact source of most of the greatest Cremonese makers of the past. The luminous one-piece back maple with wide, deep flames comes from the Balkans. The sides follow the same figure as the back and the neck with slightly narrow flames. This violin is ready to be played by an excellent musician.
    "Made in 1743, just one year before ''del Gesù's" tragically early death. The Carrodus is considered to be in the list of Guarneri's most spectacular violins, it is a fine companion to Il Cannone; they share distinctive features, mainly its powerful appearance, exalting ''del Gesù's'' most imaginative and creative epoch. The soundholes are unique, asymmetrical, and more elongated, typically of Guarneri's late work. Its arching shows a bit of influence of the Brescia school and it's fuller than others from the same year. The scroll's bold and robust appearance, just like Il Cannone, imprints ''del Gesù's'' expressive work." Luiz Amorim    

    Luiz Amorim

    With a sensitive eye to nature’s shapes and textures, Luiz dedicates his career in the search for a complete and powerful sound in his instruments, together with the investment in impeccable finishing and aesthetics, imitating the style of the old masters.Learn more


    Back Length
    352 mm
    Upper Bout
    168 mm
    Center Bout
    108 mm
    Lower Bout
    201 mm
    String Length
    325 mm

    sound characteristics

    Dark, sweet, and round.

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