J. REMY FINE QUALITY PERNAMBUCO

Fine, hand-crafted octagonal shaft, with nickel silver winding and leather grip. Nickel silver mounted fully-lined ebony frog with inlaid eye, pearl slide and three-part button.

J. REMY DELUXE FIBERGLASS COMPOSITE

Superior response and refined craftsmanship make J. Remy bows an exceptional choice. Round shaft with attractive faux whalebone winding and leatherette grip; finely crafted fully lined ebony frog with iridescent pearl slide, three-part button, and white horsehair.

J. REMY STANDARD CARBON FIBER

J. Rémy Standard carbon fiber bows represent an excellent value, with carbon fiber shaft for strength, resilience and consistent performance, nickel silver mounted frogs with Parisian eye, pearl slide and three-part button, and genuine horsehair.

J. REMY ADVANCED CARBON FIBER

The J. Rémy Advanced model carbon fiber bows feature a special woven carbon fiber matrix surrounding the solid core, imparting superior feel and balance, with nickel silver mounted frogs with Parisian eye, pearl slide and three-part button, and genuine horsehair.

620VN

Available in Black, White or Blue all with black interior.

Sizes: Fits 4/4 or 3/4 sized violins

610VN

Available in Black, White or Blue all with black interior.

Sizes: Fits 4/4 or 3/4 sized violins

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Nicolo Gabrieli’s underlying concept is providing players extraordinary instruments through the use of superior European tonewoods, and combining the skilled workmanship of both dedicated European and American master luthiers to bring forth the very best each individual instrument has to offer. Each Nicolo Gabrieli violin, viola or cello is crafted exclusively from premium European tonewoods sourced in Bosnia, Germany and Romania, traditional regions where the indigenous spruce and maple have long been prized by luthiers since the days of Stradivari for their superior acoustic properties. Control over this aspect of production, including annual selection and harvest of the actual trees, and loft seasoning of the harvested tonewood, ensures the availability of stable, premium tonewoods far into the future. Evaluating the quality and age of the wood, testing the flexibility of the plates, refining the graduation and precise shape and placement of components such as the bass bar are all painstakingly undertaken with the sole objective of generating in each instrument the projection, balance and response characteristics of a fine string instrument. The results speak for themselves: superb instruments built in the true master art tradition at price points accessible to advancing players.
Sizes: 4/4

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Nicolo Gabrieli’s underlying concept is providing players extraordinary instruments through the use of superior European tonewoods, and combining the skilled workmanship of both dedicated European and American master luthiers to bring forth the very best each individual instrument has to offer.

Each Nicolo Gabrieli violin, viola or cello is crafted exclusively from premium European tonewoods sourced in Bosnia, Germany and Romania, traditional regions where the indigenous spruce and maple have long been prized by luthiers since the days of Stradivari for their superior acoustic properties. Control over this aspect of production, including annual selection and harvest of the actual trees, and loft seasoning of the harvested tonewood, ensures the availability of stable, premium tonewoods far into the future.

Evaluating the quality and age of the wood, testing the flexibility of the plates, refining the graduation and precise shape and placement of components such as the bass bar are all painstakingly undertaken with the sole objective of generating in each instrument the projection, balance and response characteristics of a fine string instrument. The results speak for themselves: superb instruments built in the true master art tradition at price points accessible to advancing players.

Sizes: 16.5”, 16”, 15.5”, 15”

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Nicolo Gabrieli’s underlying concept is providing players extraordinary instruments through the use of superior European tonewoods, and combining the skilled workmanship of both dedicated European and American master luthiers to bring forth the very best each individual instrument has to offer.

Each Nicolo Gabrieli violin, viola or cello is crafted exclusively from premium European tonewoods sourced in Bosnia, Germany and Romania, traditional regions where the indigenous spruce and maple have long been prized by luthiers since the days of Stradivari for their superior acoustic properties. Control over this aspect of production, including annual selection and harvest of the actual trees, and loft seasoning of the harvested tonewood, ensures the availability of stable, premium tonewoods far into the future.

Evaluating the quality and age of the wood, testing the flexibility of the plates, refining the graduation and precise shape and placement of components such as the bass bar are all painstakingly undertaken with the sole objective of generating in each instrument the projection, balance and response characteristics of a fine string instrument. The results speak for themselves: superb instruments built in the true master art tradition at price points accessible to advancing players.

Sizes: 4/4

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Nicolo Gabrieli’s underlying concept is providing players extraordinary instruments through the use of superior European tonewoods, and combining the skilled workmanship of both dedicated European and American master luthiers to bring forth the very best each individual instrument has to offer.

Each Nicolo Gabrieli violin, viola or cello is crafted exclusively from premium European tonewoods sourced in Bosnia, Germany and Romania, traditional regions where the indigenous spruce and maple have long been prized by luthiers since the days of Stradivari for their superior acoustic properties. Control over this aspect of production, including annual selection and harvest of the actual trees, and loft seasoning of the harvested tonewood, ensures the availability of stable, premium tonewoods far into the future.

Evaluating the quality and age of the wood, testing the flexibility of the plates, refining the graduation and precise shape and placement of components such as the bass bar are all painstakingly undertaken with the sole objective of generating in each instrument the projection, balance and response characteristics of a fine string instrument. The results speak for themselves: superb instruments built in the true master art tradition at price points accessible to advancing players.

Sizes: 4/4