Tenor – Pellegrino De Micheli

Tenor Viol reconstructed taking inspiration from an original Bass Viol from the 16th century, made by the Brescian Master Pellegrino son of Zanetto. The instrument comes with no soundpost/bassbar system; as an option carved or two pieces bent soundboard, carved lionhead pegbox (based on an italian original held in Paris) or reconstructed scroll. Wood selection: Read More …

Jacobus Stainer: Bass Gamba

Bass Gamba after Jacobus Stainer, renowned German luthier active in Absam during the 17th century, said to have practiced in the Nicola Amati’s Workshop in Cremona. This instrument has particular building features the high sounboard archings, bassbar positioning, and the big soundpost plate)  that make its sound very peculiar and close to the one of Read More …