singing violin - fine soloist violins in Kul Violins studio

Technical evaluation

As a rule, musicians and/or parents are concerned about the violin etc. because they want a new instrument. It is almost always a problem to estimate genealogy of an instrument, i.e.:

  • Place of origin (Italy, France, USA etc.)
  • Time of production
  • Is it master, manufacture or factory made?
  • Is it in an original state or repaired?
  • Is it well suitable for immediate use or does it require any adjustment? ...

Even old violin can be in a good conditions Questions arise to everybody searching for an instrument. Certainly, fiddle musician and collector or classical violin player has specific queries.

Violin makers Birute and Czes in the Kul Violins Studio can estimate some aspects of instrument origin, but they mainly are concerned about essential technical aspects of an instrument evaluation, i.e. its suitability for employment by musician.

Our opinion - violin family instruments - tools for creating beautiful singing sound. Therefore we pay special attention at instrument's playability issues.

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At last I have my ideal violin. I turned down 14 instruments which came from all around the country, including an original cremonese violin, which I just couldn't convince myself to like. However I had no second thoughts about my new violin, made by Czes and Birute Kul, and instantly knew this was the one. The violin has very clean articulation and a sweet tone, also
projecting well. I have had many compliments about it. A lot of careful workmanship has obviously gone into the violin, which is very elegant and distinctive in looks. Before you look anywhere else, I strongly recomend Czes and Birute. It could save a lot of trouble, time and money.

Sarah K., Wellington

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