This violin is one of the finest examples of the highest quality Berger workmanship and was made by Karl Berger for, and formerly owned by, renowned soloist Adolf Bush. It is a copy of Maestro Bush's famed Stradivari violin.
Instrument bears maker's crest embossed into top table below fingerboard at neck block
Top table is two-piece medium vertical grained spruce
Back table is one-piece slab cut maple
Ribs of matching maple to that of the back table
Scroll and neck are original of moderately flamed maple
Varnish is lovely, mottled, reddish brown
This fine instrument has a most impressive orchestral quality, but has also proven itself for its fine soloistic qualities
Totally mint condition
Overall body length: 355 mm.
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