A Violin by Lorenzo Rossi

Violin by Lorenzo Rossi, Milan, 2017

This amazing new-looking style model was crafted by a very experienced maker. Rossi's precision and method are outstanding in this violin. To interpret and adapt an old masterpiece model with such strong character as the Guarneri 'Del Gesù' 1744 "Ole Bull" into a new-fashion instrument is no easy task, and the magnificent outcome illustrates all the finest skills of the maker. In our opinion, the maker's refined ability is notable in the perfectly shaped edges that frame the beautiful deeply flamed single-piece maple back. More

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    This incredible instrument is one of the highest and most pure examples of the contemporary violin-making approach. Despite being based and modeled after a model that is often the inspiration for copies and antiqued style instruments, due to its very unique design and strong and unorthodox character, the maker adventured in creating an elegant and neat interpretation of the Guarneri 'Del Gesù' 1744 Ole Bull. The top is made of two mirrored pieces of Italian resonant Spruce of even medium grain. The ribs, neck, and head match the stunning, luminous, vibrant, wide-flamed, single-piece maple back.

    Lorenzo Rossi

    With both feet well stablished in the violin making and restoring field, Lorenzo Rossi's work have been widely appreciated for its precision and refinement. For years now Lorenzo stacks violin making competion awards that illustrate the quality of his instruments. Learn more

    dimensions

    Back Length
    357 mm
    Upper Bout
    167 mm
    Center Bout
    115 mm
    Lower Bout
    208 mm
    String Length
    327 mm

    sound characteristics

    Dark, Direct and Sweet

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