Svencino III instruments
Come to us completely done without a bass bar and f holes and unvarnished – in the white. We refinish the surfaces, fit a bass bar in our way, cut f holes that are more unique or styled according to one of the great makers and oil varnished to perfection. There after we fit them with your choice of fittings, complete the setup and regulation before collection or delivery. With these the options are far greater than their junior counterparts.
- From the famed maker’s f hole outline examples [Here] you can choose that style you prefer to have cut for you. Once this is done we fit the bass bar to work with the f holes’ position.
- Then, you choose what colour you would like your instrument. Golden yellow, Light or dark brown, red, orange or electric pink, if you so desire.
- We also offer antiquing, meaning that we make it look older with colour work. In this case we suggest that you find images of old instruments that you find on the internet and send them to us to work from. Note. This is a highly subjective, meaning that the example that you send to us will be replicated as close as we can. Being an artistic exercise it will always come with differences. We will keep you updated with each coat application to ensure that we match what you had in mind a close and we can manage. The only thing we refuse to do is damage the instrument to replicate another’s. This is said because we have been asked.
- You choose what strings you prefer – if unsure the first selection in the drop down menu is our house choice or you can find guidance in our string explorer if you are looking for something new.
- You will choose your fittings that come in a selection of different wood and sometimes styles.
- You choose between Carbon Fibre or wooden bows that we usually have in different choice grades. Of course a premium bow is always going to be the best choice. However a Carbon Fibre will mostly out match an entry level wooden bow and cost about the same as a medium grade wooden one.
- Finally you choose between a foam, fibreglass or carbon fibre case to close it all up in.
- All of these choices are standard with Svencino III instruments.
For those of you who feel unsure about what to choose you can read more about choosing your first or upgrade instrument Here.
SvencinoIII’s take the longest to complete. This is because they require Cutting f holes to your liking, fitting a bass bar and recutting the scroll to look closer to a master cut. After all of this is completed they are varnished according to your selected colour and final setup adn regulation happens. Depending on work load and drying times these take the longest to complete. Absolutely worth the wait!