One Day at Fiddlershop
It’s not uncommon to see Pierre Holstein, aka Fiddlerman, roast his own coffee beans outside Fiddlershop’s entrance in Pompano Beach, Florida. There are several coffee lovers at the shop and the espresso machine is well-used. Today’s batch of beans is from Ethiopia.
Alex, our customer service representative, just received an order of a pink electric violin. Now he has to create a label, pack the violin and then wait for Fedex to pick it up. This specific instrument is being shipped to California.
Michael Holstein, CEO and son of Fiddlerman, spends a lot of his day on the phone with customers. He has a reputation for being one of the nicest customer service representatives you can find.
Former PGA professional Jimmie Björling is visiting Fiddlershop today, to help out with a video shoot. How strong is the Fiddlerman Carbon Fiber bow? Soon you will be able to get the answer on Youtube.
Manuel is our latest addition to the Fiddlershop family. He works as an apprentice luthier and is meticolously working on instrument set ups. Currently Manuel is applying peg compound on a peg, so it will slide easier.
Sean is quick to use our scissor lift to fullfill our orders. It looks high to the ceiling in our warehouse, and it is high – 24 feet to be exact.
Our luthier Andres is hard at work, planing a bridge. It takes a lot of work and time to follow Fiddlerman’s unique 10 point check list.
Can the bow be saved? Our master luthier Felix is inspecting Lora McKinney’s bow to see what shape it is in. Lora’s viola also needs a new bridge, is one of the conclusions after a thorough inspection.
Violinist Michael O’Gieblyn, Fiddlershop’s product and video specialist, stopped by the shop today with his son Ryan and niece Ava, for a little tour.
USPS stop by a couple of times a day, to pick up packages. Our sweet but shy mailman Ricardo is like one in the family.
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(954) 530-5999 if you have any questions. We're always happy to assist! :)