|3/4 Gama Advanced Violin - Code D0974V|
|Recommended for:||9-11 Year Old Players|
|Top:||Solid Carpathian Spruce|
|Back:||Solid Carpathian Flamed Maple|
|Sides:||Solid Carpathian Flamed Maple|
|Neck:||Solid Carpathian Flamed Maple|
|Purfling Type:||Ebony & Maple - Manually Inlaid Purfling|
Handmade - Superior Workmanship - Oil Finish - Professional Setup - Exceptional Beauty - Superior Sound - Ready to Play
All Gama advanced violins are HANDMADE by the best luthiers in Gliga's workshop. Each instrument is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, which confirms that the instrument meets all the design, manufacturing, finishing, and set up requirements that define the GAMA Professional level. All Gama violins are finished with a special formula of German oil-based varnish, whose elasticity factors have been perfected to allow the fibers of the wood to vibrate freely and produce extraordinary sounds, while ensuring an optimal wood protection.
The Gama Advanced Violins are usually chosen by advanced players, petite adult amateurs who play the violin as a hobby, orchestra players who find it hard to handle a full size violin, and anyone else who wants to own and play a fine violin. Typically, the 3/4 size violins are chosen by 9-11 year-old players. The Gama violins are superior to those listed under the Gems 1 level by the wood quality and aesthetic value, manufacturing process, finishing style, and accessories. All these elements are of superior quality, which have a direct influence on the quality of the sound.
A standard GAMA violin is set up with Thomastik Dominant strings and a standard tailpiece with one fine tuner. To change these settings, use the options at the top of the page. To select a case and a bow go to the top left menu and choose these items independently, or you can use these links for a 3/4 violin case and a 3/4 violin bow. All items will be shipped at once, in the same package.
The combination of woods that is used at the manufacturing of this violin is as follows:
- Solid Carpathian Resonance Spruce (Latin name: Picea Abies (L) Karst) - used for the top plate of the instrument, the bass bar, the blocks, the corner-blocks, the linings, and the sound post.
- Solid Carpathian Flamed Mountain Maple (Latin name: Acer Pseudoplatanus L.) - used for the back plate of the instruments, the neck, the scroll, the peg box, the ribs, the bridge, and sometimes the accessories.
- Ebony (Latin name: Diospyros sp.) - used for the accessories: fingerboard, pegs, top nut, purfling, chinrest, tailpiece, the saddle, and the end pin.
The Anatomy of a Violin
All orders will be processed immediately and shipped out to you within 24 hours. Orders received on Friday or over the weekend will be mailed out on Monday.
All our instruments come with a 7-day trial period. The trial period begins on the day of delivery. You may return all items you purchased within 7 days of delivery. A refund will be processed promptly, as soon as the items reach our office in Vancouver. The items must be in the same condition in which they were when received.