Holstein Workshop Soil Stradivarius Violin

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Holstein Soil Violin Review

The Soil Stradivarius violin was originally made in 1714 by Antonio Stradivari. It was considered one of his finest violins ever made. It was owned by Amédée Soil, and was named after him. It was thereafter aquired by Yehudi Menuhin and he played it from 1950 to 1986. It was then purchased by Itzhak Perlman who used this violin to record the "Cinema Serenade" soundtrack in 1997. Violins in this price range are typically made in  larger assembly lines to reduce cost. Our workshop models however, are crafted entirely by the master luthier and a highely skilled assistant luthier. 

 
* Italian Oil Varnish with exceptional antiquing
* Aged European Spruce and 2-piece Maple, dried for over 15 years
* Highest Quality Hill-style Boxwood fittings
* Highest Quality Ebony Fingerboard (not dyed)
* Aubert Mirecourt French-made Bridge
* Setup with Kaplan Ammo Strings ( option of Zyex or Vision Solo  Strings: use comment section during checkout for preference)
Every Holstein instrument undergoes our famous 10-point inspection!

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