The Fiddlerman Left Handed Violin was designed from the ground up for violinists overcoming injuries, lack of mobility or dexterity in their left hand, and need to play the violin in opposite hands.
It is NOT intended for violinists who are left hand dominant, as the violin is traditionally played on the left shoulder regardless of which hand is dominant.
Up until now, those who need a "Left Handed" violin had to go through the process of retro-fitting a violin has traditionally been extremely cost prohibitive. The alterations to a traditional violin include moving the bass bar, cutting a new bridge, resetting the soundpost, moving the fine tuner, getting a custom made reversed chinrest, filling and re-drilling the peg holes.
The Fiddlerman Left-Handed violin was built with all these adjustments from the ground up.
- Aged Spruce and Maple, dried for over 10 years
- Quality Ebony Fittings and Ebony Fingerboard
- Thomastik Vision Strings
- Core CC500 Case
- Fiddlerman Carbon Fiber Bow
- Holstein Premium Rosin
- Polishing Cloth
- Practice Mute