Gibertini Violin

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Gibertini Violin

An intriguing and individual instrument from Southern Italy. Made by Antonio Gibertini (maker 1820-1866), who was occassionally employed by Paganini to do repair work on his own violin.
This particular instrument is originally designed, featuring high arching and wide-set yet elegant f-holes. This violin is possibly a composite instrument, comprised of parts from different instruments.
Strong and clear tonal quality are a feature of this maker's instruments.
(information gathered from "The Universal Dictionary of Violin and Bow Makers", William Henley, 1973 ed.)


Full Atelier Puglisi set-up, including:

- fingerboard plane and re-shape

- high quality Evah Pirazzi strings

- soundpost adjustment


Legendary Atelier Puglisi service, including:

- 100% guarantee on all workmanship

- adjustments to tone and set-up at no extra cost

- free fitting with any string or pick-up purchase

Sorry this instrument has now sold


- your choice of either Thomastik or Pirastro strings for no extra charge.

- $20.00 discount on any Bam fiberglass case (subject to availability).

- 20% discount on any Kun or Wolf shoulder rest.




 Upper Bouts: 16 cms

Middle Bouts: 11 cms
Lower Bouts: 20 cms
Ribs: 3.5 cms
Body Length:  35.5 cms

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