4/4 Louis Guersan Violin

4/4 Louis Guersan Violin

This instrument is attributed to French luthier Louis Guersan - a descendant of a family of luthiers whose ancestry in the trade went back a
hundred years. 

(Universal Dictionary of Violin & Bow Makers by William Henley)

It has received extensive re-modelling work by the acclaimed repairer Georges Chanot who worked in Paris from 1833.
This exceptional instrument is suited to the intermediate to advanced player, and features an extremely sweet & warm tone.   
The high arched, high quality spruce top exhibits beautiful F-Holes and purfling, which is mirrored on the lightly figured maple back.
The quality of workmanship on this instrument is a special feature. There is also evidence that the instrument was enlarged at a later time, to fill out the upper bouts & extend the upper bout radius.
"A joy to play."



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Measurements:
Body length: 35 cms
Upper bout: 16.2 cms
Middle bout: 11.5 cms
Lower bout: 20.3 cms

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December Trading and Holiday Hours
 
During the month of December, we will be extending our trading hours a full day, and opening on Mondays as well. Our new Christmas trading hours are as follows; 
 
MONDAY - FRIDAY: 10:00am - 4:30pm
(we close for a short lunch break on weekdays from 1:00pm - 1:30pm)
 
SATURDAY: 9:30am - 2:00pm
 
Our last trading day for the year will be Tuesday the 23rd of December, and we will re-open on Tuesday the 20th of January, 2015. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. 

We thank our loyal customers for their continuous support, and wish everyone all the best in the New Year. 
 
 
 
 
Introducing the Vitruvian Three
 
The Atelier Puglisi showroom is now home to a new Puglisi original bass, the Vitruvian Three. Made in Benedict's highly popular Vitrivian model, the bass has recieved many positive reviews with players complimenting its dark tone and superb upper register.
 
Following the Vitruvian One and Vitruvian Two, this beautiful instrument was built with the player's comfort firmly in mind. A brilliant versatile Bass for all styles of playing at a professional standard.

 

Similarly to its predecessors, this Vitruvian Model is built on classic Italian lines with a strong influence from the Northern Italian School of making, this Bass features a highly figured carved European Maple back and matching ribs with voluptuous arching on a high grade Swiss Spruce top with mild bear claw figuring.
 
The Vitruvian Three is made with a flat back and is has been made with a golden brown antiqued finish.

 

 

 

New Emilio Slaviero Bow Collection

Atelier Puglisi has recently taken on an exciting new commission of Emilio Slaviero bows from Cremona, Italy. We now have a fine selection of bows for Violin, Viola and Cello.

In past years our Slaviero bows have proven very popular with professionals and advanced students. Again, we will have a limited stock of a variety of styles and finishes. We encourage you to make an appointment to view or try these bows.

 

Prices start from $2,500 AUD.

   

 *NEW YORK, NEW YORK*

 

International Jazz legend Christian McBride is now the proud owner of an original Benedict G. Puglisi Double Bass. This Bass landed in the USA early this month and is now being played by Christian. 

 

The 2012 Vincenzo Panormo carved back Bass was first trialed by Christian in Melbourne when he was a featured artist at the 2013 International Jazz festival.

 

It is truly an honour to have an original instrument with this amazing musician. We are sure that there are some amazing things to come from this relationship.

 


  

 

 

 

 

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