Violin by Paul Bowers, Edinburgh, 2007
About Paul BowersPaul Bowers is an extremely well-respected violin maker now based in Oban, Argyll. A graduate of the prestigious Newark School of Violin Making, Paul went on to win awards in major violin making competitions and to establish a reputation as one of Britain´s foremost contemporary makers.
Paul´s instruments are much sought-after by musicians for their tonal characteristics and his very fine workmanship: we are delighted to one of his violins available for sale.
About the violinThis violin was made whilst Paul still worked in Edinburgh and is based on a personal model.
The violin has a two piece back of medium-flamed maple with ribs to match. The scroll is of plainer wood. The front is two pieces of fine-grained spruce and the varnish is a glowing amber-red.
The violin has a length of back of 352 mm.
How does it sound?This violin has the brightness and projection that one might associate with its looks: a real powerhouse of an instrument that competes very well against newer instruments of the Modern Italian school.
ConditionThe violin is in original mint condition.
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