Moove to Japan (Yokohama): November 2013 (the atelier should open in January2014)
The last borned in Cremona, same model (inspirate by G.B. Guadagnini)
The Duerer violin is finally ready to play!
Preparing the fingerboard
Cutting ff holes
Finishing the lining strips, nice "trucciolo"
Finishing the lining strips
Fluting of the edge
Cutting the purfling chanel
Signing the purfling chanel
New blocks are fitted and glued in the corners (Duerer's violin)
The violin (Duerer) doesn't have corner blocks
Rib patch (Duerer's violin)
A crack on the "C" rib (Duerer's violin)
Repair of a german violin (Wilhelm Duerer, Eisleben 1912) with a nice decoration on the back
Finishing the neck and the nut (the neck is already glued in the body)
Finishing the edges
Finishing with scraper
Gluing the belly
Gluing the back on the ribs
The bassbar is fitted and glued
Cutting out the f holes
The finishing of the arching
The purfling channel
Roughing out the arching of the back.
The carving of the scroll.
The ribs are then glued on tge blocks.
Iron bending the ribs.
The blocks (spruce) are glued on the form.
The choice of wood (spruce and mapple).
First coat of varnish.
Insertion of the neck into the body (violin).
|Now on my workbench|