D'Addario Violin Strings
Ascente Violin Strings are D'Addario's newest synthetic core option for advancing players! Designed with the latest materials & technology to deliver high performing strings at a reasonable price. Made in the USA
Pedi Violin Cases
The Pedi Streamliner violin case P320V weighs just over 5lbs and features patented Steel Shield® technology for extra protection.In addition to the thermal insulation, water resistance, and shock absorption provided by the unique layered shell construction, the Streamliner is sure to please with its sleek design & high quality touches such as cushioned bow holders to protect and prevent rattling, padded handles & straps and custom-made zippers by YKK.
Features include: suspension system, 2 bow holders, removable shoulder strap, digital hygrometer/thermometer, large music pocket, and Pedi's signature concealed backpack straps. For an extra piece of mind, it even comes standard with a varnish-safe violin sleeve Also available in white. CALL 201 585-0095 for best price before ordering. Shipping within US only.
On sale $ 389.82 $ 327.45
Larsen Cello Strings
$ 389.82 $ 327.45
Magnacore® Arioso is now available as a full set!
A and D strings have been developed to suit the needs of professional musicians in search of a pure and ‘singing sound’. Produced in medium tension, these strings combine brilliance and projection with a wide range of sound colors. The Magnacore® Arioso G and C deliver a lower tension without compromising sound volume. Liberating and accentuating the A and D in your overall sound while providing an easy response and effortless playing in the lower register.
The ArcRest Medium Set includes the middle two standard pad thicknesses, 7/16″ and 9/16″. Fits 3/4-4/4 violins & most violas under 16in
The design of the ArcRest was inspired by great players of the 20th century who balanced the violin on three points: the collarbone, the jaw, and the hand. Unlike other shoulder rests, the ArcRest does not disturb the natural relationship between the instrument and the player. The violin is not elevated, but sits in its natural position on the collarbone, supported by the ArcRest.