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David Yale Violins of Cremona "Maestro" Outfits

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  • Fine Reproductions of Legendary Violins

  • Each violin is a unique, faithful reproduction of work by a famed Master Luthier

  • Perfect for: Advanced violinists and soloists

  • Kennedy Violins Staff have specially curated this outfit with a bow that complements the instrument. Our high-quality instruments include professional setup and exceptional customer service. Call 1-800-779-0242 for order customization requests.

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Outfit at a glance

  • Case: Portland Elite
  • Bow: L'archet Brasil Nickel Mounted Bow or CodaBow Diamond NX
  • Rosin: Pirastro Rosin
  • Accessories: String cleaning cloth, Thomastik Rondo strings or your choice of strings installed plus backup set (Portland or similar)

David Yale Violins of Cremona "Maestro" Outfits

These violins are part of the David Yale Signature Series of fine violins. These one-of-a-kind violins are faithful reproductions of legendary instruments. Each has a unique voice, showcasing exceptional resonance and complexity of tonal color. The photos show typical instrument quality. Woodgrain will be different on each reproduction. To see images of the specific instruments currently in stock, you may contact the showroom at 1-800-779-0242 or send an email.

For the Maestro Outfit, Kennedy Violins staff have specially curated each of these violins with a bow that complements the instrument. Get the whole outfit at a discount when purchasing the instrument and bow together!

The Guarneri 1743 "il Cannone" — The original instrument was built by Bartolomeo Giuseppe Guarneri 'del Gesù', Cremona, 1743. That instrument was famously owned by Nicolo Paganini. This reproduction stays true to the original.

The Guadagnini 1784 — (Sold) Giovanni Battista Guadagnini was an Italian luthier. The original instrument that inspired this reproduction was produced in 1784 while Guadagnini was working in Turin. During this period his work became more influenced by the Stradivari style.

David Yale Violins of Cremona

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David Yale Violins of Cremona "Maestro" Outfits Features

Features of the Guadagnini 1784 Violin

  • Rich-sounding instrument with great resonance
  • Exceptionally warm and sweet tone with a lot of depth in the low register
  • Well-varnished brown finish with amber highlights
  • Modeled after a great violin from his period in Turin, Italy
  • This violin would be a great instrument for someone seeking a deep, warm instrument with good volume

Features of the Guarneri 1743 "il Cannone"

  • This violin features an even, full-bodied sound and has a particularly nice ringing sound in the upper register.
  • The tone in the lower register is rich and has a lot of depth
  • A beautiful brescian brown finish that really shows the beautiful grain in the top
  • This violin was modeled after the violin Paganini himself played
  • This violin would serve well for a first violinist or soloist looking for a violin that projects but retains a rich, warm tone