Made in Germany, this carbon fiber violin by Mezzo-Forte is designed and produced using state-of-the-art-technology. This futuristic vision produces a quality of sound easily comparable to that of a wooden instrument, while offering a far greater presence, projection and ease of playing.
Body: Carbon fiber using sandwich technology
Fingerboard: Spruce fiber composite (injection moulded). Dark and hard like ebony. Smooth to the touch and perfectly shaped - and helping preserve natural resources. The decisive feature being the fingerboard will not warp - thus making it ideal for use with carbon fiber.
Pegs: Wittner finetune pegs
Bass Bar: Carbon and bonded to the instrument. It gives warmth to the lower strings and helps stabilize the top.
Bridge: Hand-carved Despiau bridge
Strings: Pirastro Tonica or Maker's choice.
Weight: Approximately 518 grams
- Mezzo-Forte "Evo Line" Carbon Fiber Violin
- Padded Gigbag
About Mezzo-Forte violins:
The Mezzo-Forte design concept is to develop instruments for the 21st Century. Any measurements used in traditional violin making have been transferred in order to help the player feel immediately familiar with the instrument. Therefore switching between wood and Carbon Fiber should not be a problem.
From the beginning to the end, all instruments are made in Mezzo-Forte's workshop in Germany, and they set a high value on quality and making fantastic instruments.
All Mezzo-Forte instruments come with a certificate of authenticity and a unique serial number which makes them easy to identify.
This violin was my breakthrough in the infinite world of violins. It’s super light, and you get brag about how you are moving toward the state of the art technology with a great price. Absolutely recommend to anyone who is searching for a sound. This violin sounds extremely warm and deep and man just writing this comment made me feel like I should go pick it up and start playing.