Violin luthiers prefer wood cut from old, slow growing trees found at high altitudes on the Carpathian northern slopes. The wood must be cut during the cold dormant months and stored (seasoned) in controlled conditions for several years.FIND OUT MORE
Proper final preparation of an instrument is critical to its playability. Any player, but in particular, a beginning student, is poorly served without an instrument which can be readily tuned, easily adjusted, and musically responsive.FIND OUT MORE
The Bucharest line are great instruments for beginners and younger players well into high school. They have great response at both the low and high ends and project especially well. Bucharest instruments are also attractively priced, particularly for those looking to replace and instrument or build their instrument inventory.
Lastly, what teacher wouldn’t want their whole orchestra of beginners and intermediate students with Perfection Pegs! They don’t slip and tuning time would literally be cut in half. What a game-changer!