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Violinshops in Oregon




Bright music shop stocking, renting & repairing violins, cellos & other stringed instruments.

At the David Kerr Violin Shop, we welcome players of all styles; classical, baroque, jazz and folk. Whether you are a beginner or a professional, we invite you to sample our fine selection of violins

Stephen Bacon came to Ashland, Oregon, in 1979 to perform with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival Green Show musicians. He fell in love with Southern Oregon and came back, making recorders for a number o

Hello, and welcome to my website. I thank you for taking some time to look through the various sections, and encourage you to visit the Electric Violin Gallery page so that you may see some of the ins

Made by hand and adhering to the ideals and the working methods of the 17th and 18th century makers of Cremona, Italy, each David Gusset instrument is a unique artistic creation. Every violin, viola,

Since 1998 my area of interest and research has focused on the violin; the most challenging of the stringed instrument family. Both passion and commitment led me to Italy early on in studying the secr

Jonathan S. Franke began his career in violin making in 1985. After many years as a Master Tool and Die Maker, he started to focus his skills and experience on the task of building quality violin fami

Serving Ashland, Medford, and Jacksonville, OR local luthier John Hill is a skilled craftsman in violin making, as well as violin, viola and cello restoration and repair. His interest in violin making

Alberti Design first produced violin making tools in the early 1980s to fill the needs of a few professional makers and restorationists who were, notably, frustrated by the lack of precise, durable an

The bow a player chooses to use can have a significant effect on the quality of the music produced. Every bow will draw a distinct tonal range from a given instrument, and will respond differently to

The Luthier’s Library is a growing database providing a consistent, comprehensive and affordable source of detailed measurements, photos and information about instruments from private collectio

David Rivinus made his first violins in the early 1970’s under the tutelage of Indianapolis violin maker Thomas Smith. Shortly thereafter he was accepted to a full apprenticeship at the Hollywoo