Made in Germany under the supervision of master violin maker Marko Ackert. Antique varnish.
The new Larsen Strings Il Cannone cello range has been hailed as a step change in cello string development. Available in two variants, Direct & Focused and Warm & Broad, all eight strings are mutually compatible and fully interchangeable. By design. Il Cannone for cello gives you a toolbox of options to choose from to optimize your individual sound.
SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER: ADDITIONAL A & C STRING OPTIONS
Built upon the powerful foundations of a rich and expressive core sound, Il Cannone for cello offers you a rich palette of set up combinations. With our launch set we are delighted to include two additional strings, upper and lower, to experiment with the options. The launch set is supplied as ADGC Direct & Focused with additional and complimentary A and C, Warm & Broad, alternatives.
For more information about these new string, see the Larsen Strings web site.
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Alicante classical guitars by GEWA offer impressive playability, tone and finish in an affordable student instrument.
The fingerboards and bridges are made from Blackwood Tek, a technologically modified wood that is ecologically sustainable, and not subject to CITES restrictions. Necks are carbon reinforced.
Strung with Hannabach 815HT Silver-Special High Tension strings, made in Germany.
Full size starting at $225.00.
Finest quality classical guitar strings, made in Germany since 1869.
The tradition of string making has been passed down through the Hannabach family through the generations. Today, Werner Hannabach is active in the company on a daily basis and assists with product training, repairs, and custom-made strings. He has also been active in an advisory capacity on the development of new product lines and in the optimization of production processes.
And so, the Hannabach family continues the legacy in fulfilling its quest: “Sound comes first!”
By Simone F. Sacconi
Considered by many to be the greatest treatise on violin making, this was the culmination of lifelong research into Stradivari’s methods. This English translation includes numerous illustrations and a full catalogue of the moulds, templates and tools from Cremona’s Stradivari Museum.
Hardcover, 264 Pages, 185 Illustrations