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VL928 - Raúl Emiliani by Eastman Strings

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Outstanding tonewoods, expert craftsmanship, and artistic varnish come together in these professional instruments. Carefully tuned plates and bass bars contribute to the superb tone of these instruments.

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Bridge Violins by Eastman Strings

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Violinmakers and specialists in electric bow played instruments. Please come and have a look around at all our instruments and listen to the collection of fabulous music videos from our talented friends. It could be you!

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Review of The Jonathan Li Model 503

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At the recent Violin Society of America convention in Timonium, Maryland, Eastman Strings product specialist Rubén Salazar showed me an intriguing violin from a maker that the company recently....

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Welcome to Eastman Strings

Eastman Strings was founded in 1992, yet it is already an integral part of the long and glorious history of one of the most fascinating musical traditions the world has known. Through our violin and bow making activities, we at Eastman Strings are attached to a tradition nearly 500 years old, and we strive to maintain a level of artistic and commercial achievement worthy of our predecessors. The history of the violin family is fascinating and complex. It has all the elements of a great story, and our place in that story tells a lot about how we view the importance of what we do. There are many books and websites that offer extensive information and speculation about the history of violinmaking, and it is not our goal to repeat all of this information here. Let it suffice for us to pick up the story in the late 19th century, when economic and social factors came into play to influence the art of violin making and bring it into the modern age. The enthusiastic introduction of Eastman Winds into the brass instrument market benefits brass players in this important marketplace. Eastman's growing reputation for excellence lies in the talent and accomplishment of its designers, makers, and company philosophy. At the forefront of Eastman is a commitment to the customer to make the finest instruments at each level of playing. This ensures the musical success and confidence of students, amateurs, and professionals. Early in the development of the brass instrument line, Eastman chose to partner with the master brass instrument maker, Stephen Shires. This unique collaboration has lead to Eastman by Shires instruments. These instruments include special features that are only found on high-end professional brass. Eastman Winds offers the Eastman by Shires instruments at an attractive price point for greater reception in the market. Additionally, Mr. Shires has been acutely influential in the design and production of the entire brass line. His influence is evident in the standard set for each instrument that we make.

Jonathan Li Cello by Eastman Strings

The Jonathan Li is crafted of the most select, stunning flamed maple back with a straight medium-grain spruce top. A refined, golden colored oil varnish enhances the tonal quality of this instrument.

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VA701 Rudoulf Doetsch by Eastman Strings

From their beginnings in a small violin-making town in Germany to their completion in our Eastman Strings workshop, Rudoulf Doetsch instruments are in the hands of experts.That’s why they have become known as “America’s favorite German instruments.”

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