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Deluxe Studio Chair

Item# MSC500

$179.00

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Unique folding chair with completely adjustable seat (from 18 to 32 inches). Perfect for teachers, students and traveling musicians. Eight rubber stoppers hold the seat securely into place. Black seat with vinyl cover, black steel frame. Folds easily for compact storage or travel. 9.5 lbs.

Thomas Fawick Violin, 1961, Cleveland OH, USA

Item# F1 S1701

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Owned a factory line of instruments called Fawick Corp. It began in the 1940s and employed workers from Hellier in France, where the instruments were carved and prepared for assembly. The pieces were then assembled at Scherl & Roth.

SHAR Backpack System with Cushion for Cello Case

Item# 1443X

$79.00

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**PLEASE NOTE** This is the backpack system ONLY.  A hard shell cello case is NOT included.

If you often carry your cello case on your back, or would like to, the SHAR Cello Case Backpack System is the best way to do it. It’s strong, safe, and easy to use – simply fasten onto the D-rings on your case, adjust the length to your liking and off you go. No drilling or modification of your cello case shell is required! Best of all, your comfort level will skyrocket because the system uses professional-grade neoprene cushioning to make your cello case feel much lighter. An added feature is the back cushion, which connects separately – not only does it add even more comfort, but it offers compartments where you may stow sheet music and small accessories. NOTE: The SHAR Cello Case Backpack System works ONLY with cello cases that have a single top D-ring, or side-by-side top D-rings. It will not work with cello cases that have two separate D-rings at the top.

Finger Finder For Viola

Item# FF1V

$9.95

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Finger patterns of all major scales and arpeggios are shown for 1st, 2nd and 3rd positions. Unique slide rule format.

Tyrolean Cello "Matthias Albani" c. 1850

Item# F2 S5004

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Mathias Albani is a fascinating and mysterious maker of the old Tyrolean school, whose influence on some of the greatest Italian luthiers should not be underestimated. His authenticated work is subtle and beautifully proportioned, with a varnish that is quite equal to the best of the Venetians. It owes nothing to Stainer, but much to the Amati, yet is still entirely personal and distinctive. He was born in St Nikolaus in Kaltern, a village on the northern shore of the Kaltern lake in southern Tyrol 1621, but at some early stage moved a short distance north to Bozen. The region was at that time Austrian, and remained so until the end of the First World War. It is now Italian, and the towns have dual names; Kaltern is Caldaro in Italian, and Bozen is also known as Bolzano. It is a lushly forested area, with ample supplies of the tone wood which made the whole Tyrol such fertile ground for instrument makers in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. A little to the north of Bozen is Bressanone, the birthplace of Matteo Gofriller. Jacob Stainer's birthplace, Absam lies further north and Brescia is roughly an equal distance to the south. The link between these towns is the Brenner Pass, the most important trading link through the alps since Roman times.

Giuseppe dall'Aglio Violin, ca. 1820, Mantua, Italy

Item# F2 S4547A

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Like many makers of the early 19th-century Mantuan school, Giuseppe Dall'Aglio was heavily inspired by the work of�Pietro Guarneri, who lived in Mantua from the 1680s until about 1720. He generally used a rather large model with moderate arching and chose high-quality materials. Backs are often of finely grained maple and varnish is of a yellowish brown color. His workmanship is often rough, but individual examples excel in beauty and sound quality.

Kohala Tiki Painted Concert Ukulele - Black

Item# UP1C BLK

$74.99

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Developed in Hawaii in the late 19th century, the ukulele descended from small Portuguese guitars and was extremely popular until World War II. Experiencing a strong revival in the 1990s, the "uke" today is once again popular in the United States, and especially in Canada, where it has seen tremendous growth in schools. Today, its popularity is growing rapidly with a myriad of folk and traditional music ensembles. This small, four string instrument is easy to learn to play and extremely affordable, promising fun for everyone!

Kohala Tiki Painted Concert Ukulele - Blue

Item# UP1C BLU

$74.99

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Developed in Hawaii in the late 19th century, the ukulele descended from small Portuguese guitars and was extremely popular until World War II. Experiencing a strong revival in the 1990s, the "uke" today is once again popular in the United States, and especially in Canada, where it has seen tremendous growth in schools. Today, its popularity is growing rapidly with a myriad of folk and traditional music ensembles. This small, four string instrument is easy to learn to play and extremely affordable, promising fun for everyone!

Kohala Tiki Painted Concert Ukulele - Green

Item# UP1C GRN

$74.99

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Developed in Hawaii in the late 19th century, the ukulele descended from small Portuguese guitars and was extremely popular until World War II. Experiencing a strong revival in the 1990s, the "uke" today is once again popular in the United States, and especially in Canada, where it has seen tremendous growth in schools. Today, its popularity is growing rapidly with a myriad of folk and traditional music ensembles. This small, four string instrument is easy to learn to play and extremely affordable, promising fun for everyone!

Kohala Tiki Painted Concert Ukulele - Black and White Checkerboard

Item# UP1C CB

$74.99

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Developed in Hawaii in the late 19th century, the ukulele descended from small Portuguese guitars and was extremely popular until World War II. Experiencing a strong revival in the 1990s, the "uke" today is once again popular in the United States, and especially in Canada, where it has seen tremendous growth in schools. Today, its popularity is growing rapidly with a myriad of folk and traditional music ensembles. This small, four string instrument is easy to learn to play and extremely affordable, promising fun for everyone!

German Violin by the firm of E.R. Schmidt 1936

Item# F1 S5137

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Korg Contact Microphone

Item# CM200

$14.99

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The CM-200 is a contact microphone that can be attached to the bell of a brass instrument, the bridge of a violin, or even to a guitar or ukulele. The microphone uses a piezo element to directly capture the vibrations and send them to your tuner. The CM-200 is an indispensable item in situations where the mic built into your tuner might have difficulty detecting the sound of your instrument, such as when you're practicing with an entire brass band.

Compared to its predecessor, the CM-200 features a fresh appearance with a sharper design, offering you a choice of three colors: black, white/black, or black/red.

The functionality of the microphone has also been improved. The cable now transmits sound more efficiently, and is more flexible. The connection between the mic and cable has been made more durable, reducing the possibility of breakage. The new clip opens up 7 mm wider than the previous model, providing more space to attach to your instrument. The rubber inside the clip has been redesigned to provide a better fit so that it can be securely attached.

Fits any tuner with a 1/4" jack.

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