The Maestro Violin by McNeela Instruments
This Violin Comes With Free Premium Violin Case & A Free Carbon Fibre Bow
The Maestro Violin by McNeela is the pinnacle of tradition violin craftsmanship. It has been specifically designed and handmade for McNeela Instruments and has fast become one of our most popular high-end instruments. It features a solid spruce top producing great sound. It comes with top quality D'Addario Helicore strings. This violin also features solid ebony pegs and tail piece with silver fittings. The back, sides and neck are made with tiger maple.
Have a listen to award winning fiddle player, Liam O'Connor, play a tune on it:
"The Maestro has a rounder, fuller sound with a broad range of tonal options" - Liam O'Connor
Maple and Spruce Body
This Maestro Violin boasts a Maple and Spruce body which gives a great resonant sound and a superb response - perfect for advanced players. These quality woods have been handcrafted and manufactured to give each violin special character and optimum tone. The instrument is then oil-varnished for a beautiful finish.
Ebony Components Throughout
A huge feature for the Maestro Violin is the use of ebony on the fingerboard, chin rest, top nut and pegs. Ebony is a high density, impermeable, soft wood making it great for frequent contact with moisture.
Included Bow and Bridge
The pack also includes a round 84 g carbon fibre bow, which gives an ideal weight distribution right across the bow and a balance of 9.4", this in turn gives better overall control. Also included is the traditional Irish music-style bridge which is specifically manufactured only for this instrument.
Fully Hand Brushed/Shading
Varnish: Oil Varnish
Bridge: Aubert Type
Tuning Pegs: Ebony
Tailpiece: Ebony (4 Fine Tuners)
Chin Rest: Ebony
Strings: D'Addario Helicore
Fine Tuner: 4 for each strings
Bow: Carbon Fibre
Case: Oxford Velvet Wooden Hard Case
ESTIMATED SHIPPING TIMES:
All orders placed before 12pm are shipped the same day.
IRELAND (Next Day)
UK (5 - 7 days)
EUROPE (7 days)
USA and CANADA (7 - 10 days)
REST OF WORLD (10 - 14 days)