The Fiddlerman Left Handed Master Violin was designed from the ground up for violinists overcoming injuries, lack of mobility and dexterity in their left hand, or for those who choose to play the violin in opposite hands or "southpaw" as it is occasionally called.
The violin is traditionally played on the left shoulder regardless of which hand is dominant, however Fiddlershop is proud to offer this gorgeus and affordable option for players that need to hold the violin on the right shoulder, or for left-hand dominant players who simply find it more comfortable.
We believe this community of players has been vastly underserved, and it's been far too long since a high-quality and affordable instrument was made specifically for them.
Up until now, those who needed a "Left Handed" violin had to go through the process of retro-fitting a traditional violin which is extremely cost prohibitive, and explains why you will almost never find another "left-handed" violin to try. The alterations to a traditional violin include moving the bass bar, cutting a new bridge, resetting the soundpost, moving the fine tuners, 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 very start.
- Aged spruce and maple, dried for over 10 years
- Quality ebony fittings and ebony fingerboard
- Fiddlerman Synthetic Core strings
- Hand-carved French Despiau 3-tree or Holstein 3-star Bridge
Case: Fiddlerman Oblong Violin Case FC50. Sturdy lightweight high-quality oblong violin case. Case includes straps, music pocket, storage compartments, four or two bow holders.
Bow: Fiddlerman Carbon Fiber Violin Bow
Shoulder Rest: Fiddlerman Wood Violin Shoulder Rest
Rosin: Holstein Premium Rosin
Mute: Fiddlerman Rubber Practice Mute
Cloth: Fiddlershop Polishing Cloth
Tuner: Fiddlerman Digital Tuner AV10
Fiddlershop is a small family-owned business located in South Florida. Since 2012 we have been serving the string community with quality instruments and accessories. We believe that music and instruments should be accessible to everyone at a price they can afford.