Stroh Horn Violin
Originally developed and patented by Johann Matthias Augustus Stroh at around 1900 for use in the Phono Recording Industry due to its more focused and more voluminous sound compared to normal violins.
This best model resonator violin combines the lightweight aluminum resonator, which is easy to hold for long periods, with grade a fittings consisting of an ebony fingerboard and ebony tuning pegs on a natural wooden matte finish neck and body. Also fitted with fine tuners on the tailpiece. Comes with a soft case and adapter to accommodate a shoulder rest.