Eastman Wilhelm Klier VL702 Violin
Wilhelm Klier model VL702 violins are crafted with German tonewoods in a 19th century traditional workshop tradition. The aged tonewoods used in this model give the violin a warmer sound, and they are visually enhanced with varnished with a deep coloration to give a classic, old-fashioned look. These instruments are excellent for advanced violinists.
Designed for projection, Eastman's violins will make the soloist feel supported and comfortable performing in the largest of concert halls. With sophisticated and colorful tone, these violins will carry the virtuoso through the most difficult passages.
Made from the most sought after wood available, Eastman's tonewoods are hand selected from regions such as Germany and Italy. Through a natural aging process, these materials become more reliable and develop deep tonal characteristics that rival the greatest violins of the past.
As a family run business, we value the people that make us whole. Eastman's master luthiers have been a part of the Eastman family from the beginning, and it is through their commitment to the craft that the finest instruments can be sculpted with care and precision.
Just as it is important to properly age wood, a good finish takes time. Eastman's multi-layered oil varnish is patiently hand-applied over several months, leading to enhanced tonal characteristics and rich appearance. Their varnish shop then meticulously follows an antiquing process, creating a unique look for each violin.
- Antiqued Spirit Varnish Finish
- Ebony Fingerboard
- German Spruce Top
- German Maple Back and Ribs
- Genuine Hand-inlaid Purfling
- Despiau 2 Tree Bridge
- Ebony with Gold Trim Fittings