For many people, the idea of a vintage violin is an alien one, as they don’t have the time to invest in it, or perhaps they only want to play the best of the best.
This is because vintage instruments are usually more expensive than today’s products, and they often feature less bells and whistles, such as woodwind instruments or double basses.
In this article, we will take a look at the most popular vintage violin brands around the world, and give you a good idea of which ones will be most likely to appeal to you.
Vintage instruments are not all the same: there are also more modern models such as electric guitars, violas and cellos.
This article looks at the top 50 vintage violin makers in the most countries, as well as the number of their famous instruments in their catalogue.
We’ll also see how many of their instruments are still available in some form or other, and we’ll give a general overview of what vintage instrument makers are known for.
We have tried to cover all the major violin makers worldwide, as there are a lot of great examples of vintage instruments out there, and many have been around for many years.
There are a number of different models of vintage violin: vintage violin models are produced by manufacturers based in various countries, but are usually based on a different design.
These are called ‘model families’.
The models are then produced and shipped to dealers worldwide, and each model is sold by different manufacturers, so it’s very difficult to compare a vintage instrument’s prices.
The most popular models are: The Steinway violin, which is based in the United Kingdom.