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Violinshops in New Jersey




Frank Saam began to study the art of violin making as a child. He apprenticed at the House of Primavera until he was 18. After graduating high school he moved to Belgium to work as a restorer for one

Main Violin Shop has been providing high quality violin sales and professional equipment care since 2001. Its showroom features an extensive collection of violins of various types and sizes. We are kn

Since 1979, when we started out with a simple paper catalog, a touch-tone phone and a modest supply of strings and instruments, our goal has been to provide violinists, violists, cellists & double

I made my first violin in 1990. Since then I have been making violas and violins, in the Italian tradition, one at a time, for players across the country and around the world.  As of October 2015, I

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The firm of Ira B. Kraemer & Co., Fine Violins was established in 1967 in East Orange, New Jersey and now celebrates 40 years of service to the string community. In 1972 the firm moved to Westfiel

JC Strings is a Full service violin shop, led by a European trained master luthier with over twenty five years full time experience. Sales repairs, restorations, rentals, and lessons. High quality ins

True to its image, Bam decided to launch a new line of accessories, designed in close collaboration with its advisers, technicians and friendly musicians. Attached to the idea of creation and perpetua

Main Violin Shop has been providing high quality violin sales and professional equipment care since 2001. Its showroom features an extensive collection of violins of various types and sizes. We are kn

John B. Aniano makes the highest quality modern and baroque bows for stringed musical instruments and specializes in faithful copies of old bows. All manner of repairs and restorations are performed.

Robert Ames was associated with the atelier of William Salchow, in New York City rising to the position of shop foreman. While with Mr. Salchow, he produced approximately 200 bows. He also received th

I specialize in supplying musicians with fine double basses and bows. I seek out not only vintage instruments by master luthiers and new basses by the best contemporary makers, but also quality, affor