Purchasing an instrument

Building a new instrument for a musician is a process of trust. A close connection with the musician is of uttermost importance. This is where the relationship between the musician and his or her future instrument starts.

 

Ordering a bespoke instrument is a process with no risks involved. After paying a down payment of 10% the order is closed and a delivery date is set. The moment you receive your instrument there is a 10 day period where you can decide to keep the instrument or not. If not, the total amount minus a administration fee of your down payment will be refund.

                                     

 

If you decide to keep the instrument I provide you with a lifetime of free sound adjusting service. This to insure that the instrument can use all its potential to develop his unique sound profile.  

 

 

I can proudly say that my work is represented by some of the most respected dealerships in the world. 

 

New York City, USA. ReedYeboah fine violins.

https://www.reedyeboahfineviolins.com/

 

Boston, USA. Carriage House Violins. 

https://www.carriagehouseviolins.com/

 

Paris, France. Guy Coquoz

https://www.guycoquoz.fr/luthier/en/accueil

 

London, UK. Sean Bishop 

https://bishopstrings.com/