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Category: Violin Making

Archive for the ‘Violin Making’ Category

Friday, August 28th, 2015

Great Sounding Quality Violins from the Reputable Violin Maker Gliga | Experience, Knowledge and Artistry in Violin Making. Whether you’ve already chosen to make playing the violin a lifelong passion or are completely brand new to this beautiful world, you don’t need to be told what a rewarding experience violin playing can really be. Mastering the […]

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

Celebrating 20 years of musical mastery, Gliga Violins produces more than just beautifully artistic stringed instruments; they inspire musicians to play better and create joy for those fortunate to listen. A young girl eyes the line of violins that hang across the wall, her vision transfixed by the gleam that shimmers off of the highly […]

Sunday, March 6th, 2011

When making a violin, costs and quality really go hand in hand, and there is a very close connection between the price and the quality of a violin. Everything can be very easily explained and justified.

Monday, January 26th, 2009

As we all know, the traditional and the best combination of woods for violin making, and that has been used for centuries, is maple (preferably flamed) and resonance spruce. Various violin makers have made quite a few experiments with different other species of wood. They used oak, walnut, willow, and poplar to replace the maple. […]