Martin Gabbani’s violin

For the construction of this instrument, the violinmaker respected the original shape of 1937 Ferdinando Garimberti violin, winner of the bicentenary Stradivariano Cremona 1937 and now exhibited at Museo del Violino. The wood of the top is made of two pieces of spruce from Val di Fiemme, very regular and seasoned. The maple used for the back is made of two pieces with a large and very deep curl and a narrow and regular grain. The ribs are obtained by the wood used for the back, and the scroll comes from the same tree. The oil varnish used for this instrument is orange. The chamfers of the scroll, of the heel and of the ribs are matt black painted.


Body length: 355 mm

Width upper bouts: 169 mm

Width “C” bouts: 114

Width lower bouts: 206 mm


Woods: maple, spruce, ebony

Year: 2021

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