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  • Sale! Lockwood Electro Acoustic

    The Lockwood Electro-Acoustic

    $2,750.00 $2,500.00
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    We have two left in stock. Get one of these while you can! This outfit comes with The Lockwood Electro-Acoustic fiddle, the Eastman mini-cello case, and an Andreas Eastman One Star Pernambuco bow.

    “When I first plugged in the Lockwood Electro-Acoustic I was completely blown away by the clarity of the pickup. It sounds as natural as can be. I’ve played on dozens of pickups professionally over the years and have never run across one that fits on the instrument so cleanly and sounds so resonant. I bought the first one that came in — not only does the instrument sound great acoustically, I know that I can plug it in, jump right on stage, and be happy with my sound!”Katie Glassman

    The Lockwood is named after the legendary French jazz violinist, Didier Lockwood (who was also my former teacher!). Crafted from aged European tonewoods, the top is German spruce and the back is a beautifully flamed German maple. The Lockwood fiddle has a lovely classic appearance – you can see the wood grains as soon as you open the case. It looks like a fiddle that has lived, and it sure plays like one too. Its hand-applied, antique style, multilayer “spirit varnish” gives it that old look to go with a high end, even fancy feel that you want every fiddle to have.

    This fiddle comes with some power: it will be heard at a jam session of any size. But while it can give a lot of volume, the sound remains well-balanced and warm, with a large dynamic range. This fiddle also can handle a diverse array of jobs: it can smoothly drive a fast breakdown or go big and full for waltzes — and it has the resonance and tonal clarity that I like for those jazz and western swing classics.

    The Case: Eastman Mini-Cello Series

    This hard-shell case is gorgeous! Constructed from a foam injected polycarbonate shell, this case is both durable and lightweight (5 lbs. to be exact). It includes high quality metal latches, a durable protective weatherstrip, and ultra-padded backpack straps for comfort. The detachable pocket on the back holds a laptop or iPad and has dividers for sheet music and notes. There’s also a subway strap for carrying options. Open the case to see the fiddle and two bows snuggly held in place by magnetic holders and rosin compartments and a shoulder rest holder below. This soft, padded, protective case is elegant and optimal for protection and portability.

    The Bow: Andreas Eastman One Star

    The model 90 is from our Andreas Eastman workshop. Following the tradition bowmakers have adhered to for centuries, it has silver mountings. The wood is of exceptional quality, hand-carved to reveal its full tonal and aesthetic potential. This is a very well-balanced bow.

  • Sale! The Lockwood - Fiddle Parlor Violins

    The Lockwood

    $2,500.00 $2,300.00
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    This outfit comes with The Lockwood fiddle, the Eastman mini-cello case, and an Andreas Eastman One Star Pernambuco bow.

    The Lockwood is named after the legendary French jazz violinist, Didier Lockwood (who was also my former teacher!). Crafted from aged European tonewoods, the top is German spruce and the back is a beautifully flamed German maple. The Lockwood fiddle has a lovely classic appearance – you can see the wood grains as soon as you open the case. It looks like a fiddle that has lived, and it sure plays like one too. Its hand-applied, antique style, multilayer “spirit varnish” gives it that old look to go with a high end, even fancy feel that you want every fiddle to have.

    This fiddle comes with some power: it will be heard at a jam session of any size. But while it can give a lot of volume, the sound remains well-balanced and warm, with a large dynamic range. This fiddle also can handle a diverse array of jobs: it can smoothly drive a fast breakdown or go big and full for waltzes — and it has the resonance and tonal clarity that I like for those jazz and western swing classics.

    The Case: Eastman Mini-Cello Series

    This hard-shell case is gorgeous! Constructed from a foam injected polycarbonate shell, this case is both durable and lightweight (5 lbs. to be exact). It includes high quality metal latches, a durable protective weatherstrip, and ultra-padded backpack straps for comfort. The detachable pocket on the back holds a laptop or iPad and has dividers for sheet music and notes. There’s also a subway strap for carrying options. Open the case to see the fiddle and two bows snuggly held in place by magnetic holders and rosin compartments and a shoulder rest holder below. This soft, padded, protective case is elegant and optimal for protection and portability.

    The Bow: Andreas Eastman One Star

    The model 90 is from our Andreas Eastman workshop. Following the tradition bowmakers have adhered to for centuries, it has silver mountings. The wood is of exceptional quality, hand-carved to reveal its full tonal and aesthetic potential. This is a very well-balanced bow.

  • The Old Fashioned - Fiddle Parlor Violins

    The Old Fashioned

    $1,650.00
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    This outfit comes with The Old Fashioned fiddle, the Eastman 1304 dart-shaped case and a BL60 Pernambuco bow.

    The Old Fashioned is named for both its dark wood tone – and for the color of a favorite cocktail (which some folks might enjoy with a fiddle tune). The rich color of the instrument gives it a strong visual presence and matches its rich, warm sound. I fell in love with it at first sight — and even more so as I played fiddle tunes on it.

    With a select spruce top and highly flamed maple back, ribs, and scroll, the vibrant tonewoods give the fiddle a deep, resonant tone. Its robust sound seems so seasoned that you won’t believe you’re playing a brand new instrument. This is that rare new fiddle that sounds old right out of the box. The fiddle has a fun personality too: it likes fiddle tunes, jazz standards, western swing, country…everything that I like!

    The Case: Eastman 1304

    This dart-shaped case is lightweight, protective, and has a plush, blue interior. Cordura nylon withstands tears, scuffs, and abrasions. Quality hardware and a 3-layer wooden shell ensures years of protection for your fiddle. The case includes a music pocket, two backpack straps, an accessory compartment, two bow spinners, and a shoulder rest compartment.

    The Bow: Andreas Eastman BL60

    This bow features a Pernambuco stick, fully mounted ebony frog with colorful mother-of-pearl slides and Parisian eyes, leather grips with silver or imitation whalebone winding, and unbleached Mongolian horsehair, all made entirely by hand.

  • Morningstar - Fiddle Parlor Violins

    Morningstar

    $700.00
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    This outfit comes with the Morningstar fiddle, the Eastman 1304 case, and a BL20 Pernambuco bow.

    Morningstar is named for a favorite Texas-style waltz (and it also happens to be the name of the preschool my mom founded in Denver!). This fiddle provides a remarkable sound, visual beauty, sturdiness, playability, and affordability. It is rare to find a student-grade instrument constructed of such quality spruce and maple tonewoods as the Morningstar; a unique feature of this instrument is that it’s made of Romanian tonewoods. Other features that make this instrument among the finest student models available are the ebony pegs, chinrests, fingerboards, and inlaid purfling. When I play this fiddle, it has that sweet and gentle sound that you want to hear when you’re starting to get comfortable playing the fiddle.

    The Case: Eastman 1304

    Cordura nylon withstands tears, scuffs, and abrasions. Quality hardware and 3-layer wooden shell ensures years of protection for your violin. The case includes a music pocket, two backpack straps, an accessory compartment, two bow spinners, and a shoulder rest compartment.

    The Bow: Eastman BL20

    These entry-level Brazilwood bows allow students on a budget to enjoy the advantages of hand-made quality. Starting with strong, aged Brazilwood sticks, Eastman bowmakers construct bows the old-fashioned way. Ebony frogs fully mounted in nickel silver and mother-of-pearl, leather and imitation whalebone grips, and quality unbleached Mongolian horsehair all contribute to a bow that will assist and reward a beginning player’s efforts.

  • The Lark

    $600.00
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    This outfit comes with the Lark fiddle, the Eastman 1304 fiddle-shaped case, and a BL20 bow.

    The Lark packs a lot of bang for the buck. It’s a high quality, low-cost student instrument. Handcrafted out of aged spruce and maple tonewoods, with hand inlaid purfling, real ebony fittings, and a glowing amber-brown varnish that is durable as well as attractive. The Lark has a welcoming tone and plays with ease and accuracy. This fully hand-carved instrument provides an impressive quality of sound and craftsmanship for beginning fiddlers.

    The Case: The Eastman 1304

    Cordura nylon withstands tears, scuffs, and abrasions. Quality hardware and a 3-layer wooden shell ensures years of protection for your fiddle. The case includes a music pocket, two backpack straps, an accessory compartment, two bow spinners, and a shoulder rest compartment.

    The Bow: Eastman BL20

    These entry-level Brazilwood bows allow students on a budget to enjoy the advantages of handmade quality. Starting with strong, aged Brazilwood sticks, Eastman bowmakers construct bows the old-fashioned way. Ebony frogs fully mounted in nickel silver and mother-of-pearl, leather and imitation whalebone grips, and quality unbleached Mongolian horsehair all contribute to a bow that will assist and reward a beginning player’s efforts.

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