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Hagen Weise #150 Master Series G.B. Rogeri Model Violin 2019 Bubenreuth Germany

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This violin was made by master luthier Hagen Weise in 2017. Weise has been active since 1991 when he commenced work for the Roderisch Paesold Company in Bubenreuth, Germany. In 2001 Hagen Weise & Klaus Clement formed their own workshop & together managed the Clement & Weise workshop for nine years. In 2004 Weise successfully completed his master violin-making examination. Since 2010 Weise has been dedicated to making fine instruments in his own workshop located in Bubenreuth, Germany. This instrument comes with a certificate from the maker.

This violin is labelled ‘Hagen Weise, Mòhrendorf März 2017,’ & signed ‘Hagen Weise Rogeri,’ over the label. It is based on a G. B. Rogeri model. The body measures 353mm along the back, 165mm across the upper bouts & 205mm across the lower bouts. The back is made from one piece of highly flamed maple. The top is made from spruce with a straight grain. This violin has been antiqued with a good cover of golden to orange-brown varnish & has ebony fittings.

Overall this violin has a well-rounded sound that perfectly balances a level of sweetness with outstanding projection. The tone has a beautiful level of complexity & warmth with a fast response time. This instrument would be suitable for tertiary level study, advancing professional soloists or chamber musicians. This violin has been ‘tonally adjusted’ by Thomastik & is currently fitted with a selection of their strings to add a level of brightness to its overall complexity.

Please contact us if you would like to book an appointment to try this beautiful instrument.

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