Scott Cao Cremonese Violin
The Scott Cao "Cremonese” violin is copied after a violin made in 1715 by Stradivari during his “Golden Era”. The original Cremonese violin was once owned by the famous violinist Joseph Joashim. In 1961 it was returned to the Italian city of Cremona. Scott Cao's 1715 “Cremonese” is unique in the way it combines sweetness and grandeur while maintaining depth. 0% Financing Available.
The Scott Cao "Cremonese" violin is meticulously carved by experienced luthiers under the strict supervision of Scott Cao. Spruce top of medium to close grain. Two piece maple back of medium to narrow flame. Ribs and scroll similar to back. Finished in an oil varnish of a warm brown color on a golden ground and antiqued in the style of the original violin. Outfits include #VACR7 Kaplan rosin: Your choice of case and bow. Made in China.
- Ebony fingerboard, pegs, tailpiece, and endbutton
- Guarneri chinrest
- Aubert Mirecourt bridge
- String adjuster in E string only
- Pirastro Gold Label E string, Thomastik Dominant A, D, and G strings